THE ARGUMENT

Two views on whether Massachusetts should reinstate the death penalty

Should Massachusetts reinstate the death penalty?

The sesame-encrusted tuna special features watermelon salsa at Bridgeman’s.

LOCAL FARE

In Hull, new owner of Bridgeman’s doing something right

This high-rent, South Shore restaurant feels very hospitable — which makes everything taste better.

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CATCHING UP WITH

Catching Up With ... Ginny Lypscon Richburg, Weymouth North High/Brandeis University track and field

The first Brandeis woman to qualify for the NCAA track & field championships, Richburg teaches math, and coaches track in Randolph, Vt.

Lakeville

Proposed Lakeville Town Hall annex would use former bank building

Voters at Lakeville Town Meeting June 15 will be asked to buy the former Eastern Bank building, immediately south of Town Hall, to make more space for town offices.

With baby in tow, Brockton teen heads to graduation

After getting pregnant, Brockton High student Rose Quoi overcame two years of turmoil to graduate.

THE ARGUMENT

Two views on whether Massachusetts should reinstate the death penalty

Should Massachusetts reinstate the death penalty?

After tragedy, Arlington High senior looks forward to new chapter

Julia Griffin’s traumatic experience of losing her father gained her a layered outlook on life.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Hingham art gallery shows new works from start to finish

South Street Gallery asked artists to submit a preliminary sketch in any medium that served as a first step in preparing a finished painting.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Campus Angle: Molly Cox, Norwell High/Trinity College lacrosse

The senior attack delivered 35 goals and six assists as the Bantams advanced to their third straight NCAA Division 3 title game.

Braintree, Bridgewater-Raynham prepped for second year of Super 8

Bill O’Connell’s Wamps are 8-2 in games decided by two runs or less after last year’s run to tourney final.

Globe South Commentary

Notes to Globe South from readers commenting on a range of stories.

Tree that fell in front of a Stoughton dental office being turned into a giant tooth

A 300-year-old tree that toppled in front of Stoughton’s Kid Care Dental during Hurricane Irene will gain new life.

Drones aid cities and towns, but raise concerns

Local officials are using the small, remote-controlled aircraft to help with search and rescue operations and other tasks.

Holocaust survivor tells Scituate students his story

Aron Greenfield visited Scituate High Tuesday to tell students his story of surviving nine concentration camps in Germany and Poland.

Blotter tales

Blotter tales

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A duck gets stuck in a chimney, mailboxes are stolen, and a hawk is rescued, and more tales from local police blotters.

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.

On The Move

ON THE MOVE

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/05/28/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/fallsbrookA.jpg Tune in: Massachusetts Walking Tour kicks off June 16

Raianne Richards, Mark Mandeville, and fellow musicians lead hikes and perform concerts in communities along the Bay State Circuit Trail.

Interactive Graphic

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