Hingham 12/07/2016 : The view from the roof of the Hingham Intermodel Center that overlooks the waterfront . It is a 8,400-square foot, two story modern transportation facility located at the Hingham Shipyard. The goal of the new facility is to allow passengers to move seamlessly between the Commuter boats, the ferries to the Harbor Islands and the MBTA bus. Photo by Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe (south)

Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe/file 2016

A view from the roof of the Hingham Intermodel Center, a new transportation terminal located at the Hingham Shipyard.

Finally, a new terminal for the Hingham ferry

Ferry fans see the $7 million building as a statement that the commuter boats are here to stay.By Johanna Seltz

Mark Your Calendar

Plymouth event focuses on devices and divisions in ‘Screenagers’

The Pilgrim Area Collaborative hosts a community showing of the acclaimed documentary “Screenagers,” a film focused on helping young people navigate the digital world.

THE ARGUMENT

Should Bristol County inmates help build the proposed wall on the Mexican border?

Read two views on the question and vote in our online poll.

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THE ARGUMENT

Should Bristol County inmates help build the proposed wall on the Mexican border?

Read two views on the question and vote in our online poll.

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK

One tradition, one team, one goal

The Marshfield High School boys’ indoor track team has had a longstanding tradition of conference success. Now the goal is to bring home the state championship.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeSouth: Noteworthy performances

Hingham’s Sam D’Antuono, a Saint Michael’s College sophomore, was named New England Hockey Conference player of the week.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Brockton’s Spencer has something to prove

Leah Spencer is proving to be a workhorse for the Saint Michael’s women’s basketball team. The 5-foot-8 junior guard from Brockton leads the team in minutes played (35.9 per game), the second-most in the Northeast-10 Conference. Spencer has started all 15 games for the team (8-7, 6-4 NE-10) and leads it in scoring at 14.9 points (eighth in the NE-10).

QUINCY

Quincy Medical Center owners still pursuing medical uses for site

The new owners of the mostly shuttered Quincy Medical Center heard from city residents and talked broadly about their plans for the site but offered few specifics at a pubic meeting recently.

KINGSTON

Should Kingston regulate short-term rentals?

How the town should regulate short-term vacation rentals will probably come before Kingston Town Meeting voters this year, as Kingston Bay grows in popularity as an off-Cape vacation destination.

NORWELL

Norwell mulls moratorium on recreational pot sales

Selectmen are considering asking the May Town Meeting to impose a local, year-long moratorium on the sale of marijuana for recreational use.

ROCKLAND

Rockland honors longtime town leader

Rockland’s Board of Selectmen held a dedication ceremony recently to officially name its town hall meeting room after Lawrence J. Chaffee, a former selectman who served on the board for 28 years until he resigned last April due to health reasons.

Mark Your Calendar

Plymouth event focuses on devices and divisions in ‘Screenagers’

The Pilgrim Area Collaborative hosts a community showing of the acclaimed documentary “Screenagers,” a film focused on helping young people navigate the digital world.

NORTON

Norton forum to discuss restructuring of schools

Norton residents can learn more about potential options for restructuring the town’s pre-kindergarten to fifth grade schools on Thursday.

CANTON

Canton signs compact with state, gets grants

Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito was in Canton Tuesday to sign a Community Compact agreement with local officials that focuses on the town’s efforts toward cyber security, citizen engagement, and open space and recreation.

ABINGTON

Abington selectman enters race for state rep

Abington Selectman Alex Bezanson says he is running for state representative, whether the election is in 2018 or sooner should Representative Geoff Diehl, a Whitman Republican who co-chaired Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in Massachusetts, leave early.

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HIGH SCHOOL TRACK

One tradition, one team, one goal

The Marshfield High School boys’ indoor track team has had a longstanding tradition of conference success. Now the goal is to bring home the state championship.

West

What’s coming to the suburbs west of Boston

This year, Marlborough will debut an entertainment/hospitality complex, Wellesley will open its long-awaited senior center, and Brookline will celebrate the centennial of JFK’s birth.

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