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All the advice you’ll need — expert and otherwise — to make a choice during National Pet Adoption Month.
The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury hosts a reception this week for a photography exhibit by Diana Barker Price called “Untamed Forest,” based on images of colored autumn leaves fallen into pond water and other images of the wild.
Jo Ann Simons is president and chief executive officer of Cardinal Cushing Centers in Hanover, where in early May she earned a Leadership Award from the nonprofit Understanding Our Differences.
Michael Hagerty of Easton isn’t a sports broadcaster. But the retired State Street Bank executive was a big winner at the 36th Annual Sports Emmy Awards May 5 when his baseball-themed Picture Catcher Bat was among 30 items in swag bags given to 900 attendees, including athletes and TV personalities.
Saugus Town Meeting has agreed to spend $1.85 for a feasibility study examining a new high school.
The Somerville Board of Aldermen is considering a request to convert street lights to energy-efficient light bulbs.
Winchester will hold a special election Tuesday, June 9, to decide the fate of several projects proposed for Skillings Field.
Nomination papers for the Nov. 3 election in Winthrop have become available.
Starting this fall, Rockland residents will have a chance to take care of their town business in the evenings.
Bay State Community Services has become the proud owner of its headquarters building near downtown Quincy, with the help of a bond issued by a state agency.
Voters at Abington’s Town Meeting will be asked on Monday to approve a $44.6 million budget, adopt the Community Preservation Act, and amend zoning bylaws, including those related to signs.
Georgetown Police have received $22,150 to purchase a live scan fingerprint machine.
Sergeant Isaac Pike of Gloucester, who serves in the Army National Guard, has been awarded a Bronze Star for his heroic actions in Iraq twelve years ago.
Stephen Ives, chief executive of the Merrimack Valley YMCA, is stepping down to lead the YMCA of Central Ohio.
Peabody has partnered with Unibank to allow residents to pay city bills online.
In-state students who transfer to Bridgewater State University with an associate’s degree from a Massachusetts community college and have a grade point average of at least 3.0 will be offered a full-tuition scholarship starting this fall.
The Westford Council on Aging recently was awarded a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation.
The chairwoman of the Dedham School Committee resigned last week, just two months into her second term on the board.
The Wisconsin governor and expected GOP presidential candidate is working to distinguish himself in New Hampshire.
“Boston is Sargent’s city,” said Museum of Fine Arts director Malcolm Rogers. The gift will be used to establish a John Singer Sargent Archive.