Harvard playwright debuts newest work — with daughter in the cast
“The Stone Girl” by playwright Bob Eiland will be performed July 18 and 19 at the Harvard General Store.
Globe South: Noteworthy performances
Oliver Ames graduate Dave MacKinnon is hitting .304 in his first season with the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League.
Arlington seeks input about website
Arlington officials are seeking input from residents about the effectiveness of the town’s website,
Closure of an I-93 ramp in Medford creates challenge for motorists
Medford’s I-93 Route 16 westbound ramp will be closed until 2018, creating new challenges for motorists.
Quincy earns National Community Development Association honors
Quincy has earned recognition from the National Community Development Association for its efforts to educate the public about some of the city’s federally funded initiatives.
Hydrant flushing over the next two weeks in Somerville
Somerville will be flushing its hydrants and opening gate valves over the next two weeks.
Stoneham fails to meet affordable housing threshold
The Massachusetts Housing Appeals Committee has determined that Stoneham has failed to meet the state’s threshold for affordable housing.
Winthrop School Department offering free meals to children over the summer
The Winthrop School Department is offering free meals to children this summer through the federal Summer Food Service Program.
Free yoga in the park in Brookline
Start your Sunday mornings with an hour of free yoga in the sunshine at the Winthrop Square/Minot Rose Garden off St. Paul and Freeman Streets in Brookline.
Wellesley Planning Board seeks associate member
Wellesley’s Planning Board is seeking candidates for its vacant associate-member position.
Gary Ryan named as Chelmsford fire chief
Deputy fire chief Gary Ryan has taken over as Chelmsford’s new fire chief.
Essex Police certified by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission
The Essex Police Department recently received certification from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission.
Bedford adds sharps disposal location
The Bedford Fire Department and Board of Health have set up a
kiosk for the safe disposal of household medical sharps.
Opportunity Works Inc. opens new facility in Haverhill
Opportunity Works Inc. opened a new facility in Haverhill on June 26.
New scholarship honors late Nahant resident
The Nahant Democratic Town Committee is honoring the memory of Bernard Yadoff with a new $500 scholarship.
Concord seeks school supplies
Concord’s Community Services Department is seeking donations of backpacks and school
supplies for the upcoming school year.
Peabody Institute Library to hold free career workshops
The Peabody Institute Library is partnering with the North Shore Career Center to offer free career workshops.
Framingham autism alliance increases outreach to Latino families
The Framingham-based Autism Alliance of MetroWest has received a Foundation for MetroWest grant to hire a bilingual staff member to assist Spanish-speaking families.
Milford TV show celebrates 50 episodes
“Talk Show with R.J. Sheedy” will be celebrating its 50th episode with a two-hour live special on Aug. 22 from 8 to 10 p.m. on Milford TV.
Natick Arts Walk set for July 16
The Natick Center Cultural District will be holding its eighth annual Art Walk from 5 to 8:30
p.m. on Thursday, July 16.