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

Poet Faye George

Mark Your Calendar

Braintree poet writes of ‘hard use’ in world of work

April is National Poetry Month, and area libraries are holding poetry readings.

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Cabaret artist John O’Neil says that Lucy Falcone sings “with joy and enthusiasm.”

Latest Globe South headlines

Neighboring towns keep close watch as Brockton prepares casino vote

Leaders of neighboring towns are keeping a close eye on the discussions and starting to assess what impact the gambling resort might have on their communities.

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.

So, can you pitch? Depth will be tested in short high school season

Silver Lake Regional baseball has a pair of aces in Anthony Videtto and Jason Johndrow. Preserving their arms is key to team success.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

GlobeSouth: Staffed for success

The Bridgewater-Raynham rotation features University of Notre Dame recruit Jack Connolly and Maine commit Andrew Noviello.

Local Fare

CP’s Woodfired Pizza brings Italian and Creole on same menu

You don’t often see pizza and jambalaya on the same menu, but, hey, why shouldn’t a chef cook what he loves?

Mark Your Calendar

Braintree poet writes of ‘hard use’ in world of work

April is National Poetry Month, and area libraries are holding poetry readings.

For Dedham inmates, a tough-love teacher opens doors

By passing the high school equivalency test, doors will open: jobs, college, a better life.

Adult education in Massachusetts county jails, by the numbers

Facts and numbers about adult education programs in Massachusetts county jails.

Willingness to try again and again is naturally inspiring

Cabaret artist John O’Neil says that Lucy Falcone sings “with joy and enthusiasm.”

Middleborough

Middleborough schools looking for new superintendent

Students and staff in the Middleborough schools will return from vacation to a new face in the superintendent’s office.

Marshfield

Marshfield fire captain suspended for two weeks

Marshfield Fire Captain Shaun Robinson has agreed to a two-week unpaid suspension in lieu of a hearing that would have detailed allegations against him.

Pembroke

Pembroke to consider property tax increases

Two proposed property tax increases are set to come before Pembroke voters in the next few days.

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.

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.