Deer hunting season begins Monday.
1. Deer hunting season begins Monday. 2. There are five places to hunt deer in Weston. 3. The Weston Cultural Council Grant Proposal Program deadline is Monday. 4. The last day to register to vote is Wednesday, Oct. 17. 5. Have a good (chilly) weekend.
1. We're right in the thick of fall now. Though you see mostly sports photos in our pics and clips section, please feel free to add foliage photos too. 2. Where can you find the best foliage in Weston? 3. Speaking of foliage, lawn expert Jackson Madnick will be at in the area Wednesdsay night. 4. Watch for construction today on North Avenue. 5. Like us on Facebook for more Wellesley news.
So long, summer. Saturday is the first day of fall and we have an idea for celebrating near Weston.
Summer is officially behind us; the fall (or autumnal) equinox is today. But what is the autumnal equinox? Most people don't quite know, so let Weston Patch serve as the great explainer for all things equinoctial. Equinoxes fall on the halfway point between solstices and occur, according to the Washington Post, "when the sun crosses the equator and day and night are of roughly equal length, everywhere in the world." The nearly equal 12 hours of light and darkness can be attributed to the Earth's lack of an axial tilt on the day of the equinox. In fact, the word equinox is derived from the Latin words aequus, meaning equal, and nox, meaning night. In Weston on the autumnal equinox, according to sunrisesunset.com, the sun will come up at 6:…