Where do the most millionaires live in Mass.?

Cast a line in Newton, Wellesley, Winchester, or Hingham, and you are likely to snag a millionaire. By Johanna Seltz

In Andover, Tom Brady emerges from 20,724 crayons

Students at West Elementary School helped artist Rob Surette create a portrait of the Patriots’ quarterback.

The Argument

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Should Massachusetts adopt a single payer healthcare system?

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PLAY OF THE WEEK

Michael Guay, Lowell Catholic lacrosse

The senior attack scored four goals, including the game-winner with 1.2 seconds remaining, to lift the Crusaders to their first win of the season.

North View

For the long run

Not even a little snow could stop the St. Mary’s of Lynn High School distance runners from training for the spring track season.

The Argument

Should Massachusetts adopt a single payer healthcare system?

Should Massachusetts adopt a single payer healthcare system?

Business Plan

Fire up the grill with KettlePizza

“To have something to put on kettle grills, which are universal, gives everyone a chance to have a wood-fired grill.”

Lynn asks court to appoint receiver to take over cable TV station

The attorney general’s office is suing three people associated with LynnCAM for misappropriating funds.

In Lynnfield, some say ‘Not in my backyard’

Rail trail abutters worried about the environment, safety, finances, and a potential decrease in property values.

The Informer

Openings, closings, events, and more north of Boston

Somerville’s Assembly Row has announced its 2015 schedule of events, including Petpalooza, Riverfest, TEDxSomerville, a farmers market, and yoga.

Challenge on high school diamond: Building arm strength

Peabody and defending Division 2 champion Masconomet are tackling the late starting, compressed regular season with depth.

In Andover, Tom Brady emerges from 20,724 crayons

Students at West Elementary School helped artist Rob Surette create a portrait of the Patriots’ quarterback.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Sarah Onorato, Phillips Andover/Yale University women’s softball

A senior catcher, and captain for the Bulldogs, the North Reading native plans to apply for medical school.

Up close

At Habitat for Humanity, building homes, building lives

Roxanna Mota helped build her own house in Lawrence in 2010. Now, she’s helping others achieve their dream of homeownership.

Mark your calendar

Music for kids Popping Up in Newburyport

In addition to playing guitar and singing, Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein use a colorful cast of original puppets to engage the audience.

To our readers

Letter from the Regional Editor

Welcome to our new and expanded weekly Globe West, Globe North, and Globe South.

Blotter tales

Blotter tales

A canine custody battle turns ugly

A custody battle over a lovable dog leads to allegations of a wild chase, threats of violence, and the police being called.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Send us your submissions for this week’s cartoon, and see the winning caption and finalists from last week’s contest.

Globe North Community News

Region

Essex Heritage to award preservation grants

The Essex National Heritage Commission will award 15 grants in 12 communities for preservation of historic, natural, and cultural sites.

Westford

Debt exclusion for fire station on Westford ballot

At Westford’s May 5 election, voters will be asked to approve a temporary property tax hike to build a new fire station.

Andover

Hoops For Hope to hold golf tourney in Andover

The nonprofit Hoops For Hope is seeking participants for its May 4 golf tourney, to support renovation at Andover High School's baseball field.

West

A 600-seat auditorium, a black box theater, and soundproofed practice rooms are among the features at the new high school.

Concord-Carlisle High set to open

The $93 million environmentally friendly school will welcome students after nearly 18 years of planning, setbacks and construction.

Interactive Graphic

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

Globe e-book

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I was the sun, the kids were my planets, and other reflections from the Globe columnist.