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Mahdiat Sihat (holding watering can) and Wildji Simon tend tomato plants at Winter Hill Community Innovation School in Somerville.

At schools, healthier options pass the taste test

The goal is to involve students in food decisions, from growing vegetables to selecting them in the lunch line.By Brenda J. Buote

THE ARGUMENT

Should Somerville keep ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner?

Read two views, then vote in our poll.

LOCAL FARE

525 Tavern brings nostalgia of Magnolia’s glory days

The menu highlights “creative comfort food, taking a home-made dish that Mom would make, but putting a new, modern spin on it.”

Latest Globe North headlines

Salem

Salem saves Canal Street trees

The 10 mature trees were relocated to Forest River Park.

Lawrence

Merrimack Valley YMCA announces award winners

The awards go to employees who have shown initiative and have gone beyond expectations in their respective roles.

Revere

Shirley Avenue Urban Trail opens in Revere

The 1.4-mile route has signs identifying parks, restaurants, historical sites, and other neighborhood attractions.

More samples of West Nile virus found

Samples taken from Winthrop, Saugus, Lynn, and Nahant tested positive .

THE ARGUMENT

Should Somerville keep ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner?

Read two views, then vote in our poll.

Globe North Commentary

Readers react to parking at Gloucester beaches and a dispute about developing a vacant school in Swampscott.

THE INFORMER

Openings, closings, events, and more north of Boston

The Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation awarded $50,000 to UMass Lowell in support of the university’s new Veterans Fund.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances

Kayla Harrison of Danvers won her second gold medal in judo at the Rio Olympics.

Minor leaguers trying to make their mark

From New York to Oregon, former high school baseball stars are playing their first seasons in the pros.

ON THE MOVE

For boomer athletes, it’s crucial to learn how not to go bust

As you age, staying active involves paying close attention to your body.

LOCAL FARE

525 Tavern brings nostalgia of Magnolia’s glory days

The menu highlights “creative comfort food, taking a home-made dish that Mom would make, but putting a new, modern spin on it.”

At schools, healthier options pass the taste test

The goal is to involve students in food decisions, from growing vegetables to selecting them in the lunch line.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/08/18/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/PENNY%20SHORTAGE-722904.jpg Leave those pennies in the fountain alone

A man wades through a fountain looking for change, more Trump campaign signs go missing, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Submit your own caption, along with your name, hometown and phone number, by e-mailing cartooncaption@globe.com

On The Move

ON THE MOVE

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/08/18/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/rec.jpg For boomer athletes, it’s crucial to learn how not to go bust

As you age, staying active involves paying close attention to your body.

Globe North Community News

Salem

Salem saves Canal Street trees

The 10 mature trees were relocated to Forest River Park.

Lawrence

Merrimack Valley YMCA announces award winners

The awards go to employees who have shown initiative and have gone beyond expectations in their respective roles.

Revere

Shirley Avenue Urban Trail opens in Revere

The 1.4-mile route has signs identifying parks, restaurants, historical sites, and other neighborhood attractions.

Interactive Graphic

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See the number of concussions reported by area high schools with a sortable table.