Wellesley's Top Five Videos of 2011

Wellesley’s year in videos.

Whether it was Gov. Deval Patrick inspecting the Cedar Street Bridge or Hollywood movie producer J. Todd Harris shooting a movie on Sprague Field, Wellesley Patch was there to capture it on video.

Here are the top five videos from this past year (in chronological order):

  1. Gov. Deval Patrick and Rep. Alice Peisch May 17 to check out the progress of the aging overpass. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation over July 4th weekend.
  2. When longtime fugitive in June, Wellesley Patch hit the streets to get the local reaction.
  3. Film producer J. Todd Harris was at July 11 shooting “Crooked Arrows,” the first-ever film about the sport of lacrosse. with Wellesley Patch about the movie, which is due out next year.
  4. One Wellesley Square bookstore underwent a transformation this year: Wellesley Booksmith became Wellesley Books, and in its inaugural year, the store had a . Store owner Gillian Kohli chatted with Wellesley Patch in July about her vision for the store.
  5. Following , Wellesley’s Recycling and Disposal Facility stayed open for extended hours to assist with debris cleanup. Several residents talked with Wellesley Patch about their



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