The 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Wellington 12th in the world. In 2011 Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2011 named Wellington as fourth in its Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2011, referring to it as the "coolest little capital in the world".
Wellington is an MBTA station on the Orange Line, located in Medford, Massachusetts, on the Revere Beach Parkway (Route 16), slightly east of its intersection with Route 28. Wellington functions as a park and ride with more than 1,300 spaces, and a bus hub with 10 routes terminating at the station. The Station Landing development, connected to the station by an overhead walkway, includes residential and retail buildings and additional parking.
Wellington Carhouse, the primary repair and maintenance facility for the Orange Line, is located adjacent to the station. The 125,000 square feet (11,600m2) building can hold three-and-a-half six-car trains.
Wellington station consists of two island platforms between the three Orange Line tracks. The western platform serves both inbound and outbound trains, while the eastern platform is used only for outbound trains. It was intended for use by express trains using the third track; however, the planned extension to Reading was cut back to Oak Grove and no express trains were ever run.
if it’s getting to be about lunch or dinner time, or maybe even game time, then it may be the perfect time to mosey on in to the almost new sports- themed diner Donny’s in Wellington... The interior of the sports themed diner Donny’s, located in Wellington. (Rodger Roeser — For The MorningJournal) ... He worked over at Wellington Implement.
The award is given to The MorningJournal’s football player of the year ...J.R. Bires, Jr., Amherst ... Cirigliano (162 yards) was one of two Raiders to rush for over 100 yards in a 40-14 win over Wellington. He also had two touchdowns, as he leads The Morning Journal coverage area with 112 points scored and has an area-high 1,249 rushing yards ... ....
Wellington volleyball, Sept ... Wellington's Brooke Lehmkuhl and Lorain's Christin Castro reach for the ball at the net on Monday Sept 18. (Randy Meyers - For The MorningJournal). Lorain's Jaleah Wright hits past a trio of Wellington defenders during the second set on Monday Sept 18.
22 was a day for open class animal judging at the Lorain CountyFair, 23000 FairgroundsRoad in Wellington... Wellington’s Natalie Calfo, 19, has been working as a farmhand in some form or another for over half of her life ... Fair week provides a unique challenge for Calfo and her crew with Jaloda Farms, 45555 sate Route 303 in Wellington.