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Waverly Community Schools is a school district managing six schools in Lansing, Michigan, United States. The superintendent is Kelly Blake.
School District #145 is a public school district serving the communities of Alvo, Eagle, Prairie Home, Walton, and Waverly in Nebraska, United States. The district provides primary and secondary education for over 2000 students in grades K-12. The district is governed by a six-member community-elected board, and the current superintendent is Cory Worrell.
Waverly Central School District is a school district serving Waverly, New York and the surrounding area. Eric Knolles is Superintendent.
The Hotel Waverly was a four-storey low-rise hotel in downtown Toronto. Opened in 1900, the hotel was built for J.J. Powell. It was among one of the oldest Toronto hotels in continuous operation.
The Hotel Waverly is a historic hotel at 1162-1166 Acushnet Avenue in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The 3-1/2 story hotel was designed by locally prominent architect Samuel Hunt and built in 1901. The Queen Anne structure was originally designed to house four residential units on the upper floors, and retail space on the ground floor. In 1911 it was repurposed into the Hotel Waverly, with the second floor converted to a cabaret space. It was renamed the Hotel Touraine in 1922, operating as such until the mid-1970s.
The Waverly, also known as the Anderson Boarding House, is a historic hotel building located at Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina. It was built about 1898, and is a three-story, Queen Anne style frame building. It features a two-tiered sawnwork-trimmed porch and widow's walk. The building was expanded to three stories following a fire about 1910. A one-story frame wing was added about 1940.
Waverly is a town in Chambers and Lee counties in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is part of the Auburn Metropolitan Area. It was incorporated in 1910. As of 2010, the town population was 145.
Waverly is a former settlement in Lassen County, California. It was located on the railroad 7 miles (11 km) north of Horace Lake.
Waverly is a small unincorporated community in rural eastern Larimer County, Colorado, United States. It is primarily an agricultural community, consisting of a group of houses along County Road 15 surrounded by ranchlands north of Fort Collins and west of Wellington. The only public buildings in town are a fire station of the Wellington Fire District, as well as the Waverly School, a former schoolhouse. The community has gained local notoriety in recent years because of recent subdivision growth along County Road 15, as well as by efforts of local citizens to manage growth and repel possible annexation attempts.
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Waverly Fairgrounds or Waverly Park was the home of the Elizabeth Resolutes baseball club. The Resolutes participated in the National Association 1873 season, so Waverly is considered a major league ballpark by those who count the NA as a major league.
Waverly Films is a Brooklyn based group of filmmakers who met at NYU and are named after a nearby diner. The group is Duncan Skiles, Christopher Ford, Jeff Kaplan, Ben Dickinson, Jon Watts, Jake Schreier and Aaron Wesner. They usually work with cinematographer Matthew J Santo.
Waverly Hall is a town in Harris County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Columbus, Georgia-Alabama Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 735 at the 2010 census, and in 2015 the estimated population was 823.
New Waverly is a city in Walker County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,032 at the 2010 census.
South Waverly is a borough in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,027 at the 2010 census. South Waverly is part of the Penn-York Valley, a group of four contiguous communities in New York and Pennsylvania: Waverly, New York, South Waverly, Sayre, and Athens, with a combined population near 30,000.
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