Category Archives: Weston Business

Celebrate Weston on May 21: Blow-Your-Doors Off Fun for All

With the battle behind us, and just a few left on the battlefield, it’s time for rapprochement, which is French for well, we all live here so might as well make the best of it. No, it means “an establishment or resumption of harmonious relations” and if the word “harmonious” in regards to anything Weston doesn’t make you laugh, you

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Excess Plastic Use at High School is Not Unnoticed: A Parliament of Owls

Did you know a group of owls is called a “parliament”? In the case of the Weston Owl, a Parliament is a guest post on this page. In this post, an owlet who is a freshman journalist at the fabulous Wildcat Tracks (bookmark it) talks trash. Nepotism lives. Also please support your local media. Re-“printed” with permission. +++ SEA club and

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The Trendy Girl Closing Shop; Weston Travel Moves Remote

After three-ish years at 483 Boston Post Road, The Trendy Girl will be closing its doors shortly. Yesterday, notice was given on 10-75% markdowns, and the sale of fixtures and furniture. According to owner Desiree Jackson, she is closing the retail location only and keeping the online store open at https://thetrendygirl.com/. You’ll want to stop in and check it out

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Unusual Ideas for Your Valentine: Mushrooms, Gift Baskets from Local Farms

Both Codman Farms (Lincoln) and Land’s Sake Farm (Weston) are local farms that can always use some love, in the way of financial support. And both are offering out-of-the-ordinary Valentine’s Day presents that don’t involve roses and chocolate. Nope. ‘Shrooms and syrup and honey and hot sauce. Codman Farms wins my love for this Grow At Home Mushroom Kit. Shiitake

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Project Takeout: Another Year to Support Local Restaurants

Last winter, local news outlet and arch-competitor (haha, joke) The Boston Globe launched Project Takeout to encourage Boston area residents to order takeout “once in a while, if at all possible.” Now with the (albeit waning) Omicron surge, rising supply costs, lack of weather-possible outdoor dining, and staffing shortages, local restaurants continue to struggle. Today the call went out for

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Food Wes-saissance Arriving in Downtown Weston

As any long-time residents of Weston know, the Town Center Improvement Project, nicknamed the “Wes-saissance” by everyone’s favorite local news show the Wes-TEN, has been grueling. Not only did we have curbgate, knotweedgate and firetruck turn radiusgate (that one does NOT work), but along the way, Weston said goodbye to the Off Center coffee shop, Ye Olde Cottage in the

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