Plymouth 11/30/2016 : New Testament Church Pastor Paul Jehle (cq), shakes hands with Justin Todd 27, a recovering addict. As part of Project Outreach, the New testament Church of Cedarville hosted a

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Paul Jehle, pastor of the New Testament Church of Cedarville, shook hands with recovering addict Justin Todd at a Project Outreach drop-in center hosted by the church in Plymouth.

In Plymouth County, a drug program finds success tackling opioid crisis

Fourteen towns in Plymouth County are proactively offering treatment in an effort to fight the opioid crisis. By Jacob Carozza

Mark Your Calendar

Middleborough theater lays cards on the table in ‘The Gin Game’

Theatre One performs Donald L. Coburn’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, a bittersweet comedy focused on the interplay between two nursing home gin players.

THE ARGUMENT

Were state leaders right to delay by six months the start of recreational marijuana sales?

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

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Blotter Tales

At this store, the merchandise is hot

A handbag draws quite the crowd, movers are mistaken for thieves, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING

A Duxbury friendship in and out of the pool

Duxbury High School juniors Mary Buckley and Grace Ali are “practically fish friends,’’ says a teammate, and their futures look bright.

For Hingham High student, teacher, D-Day about to get more real

Dylan Davis, an 11th-grader at Hingham High School, says he likes the way history can help you understand the modern world.. Now his passion for history will take him to Washington D.C. and land him on the beaches at Normandy.

Globe South Commentary

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

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeSouth: Noteworthy performances

Mansfield’s Ryan Boulter helped the Merrimack College men’s basketball team to a 3-0 week.

Hingham athletic footwear firm aims to live up to its name

NOBULL, started by two former Reebok executives two years ago, has established a reputation and seen healthy growth.

MLK Day events south of Boston

A sampling of events marking Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the south suburbs.

MILTON

Plan for revamping Milton’s fire stations available for review

Milton residents can review the almost $25 million proposal to update the town’s three fire stations, two of which were built in the era of horse-drawn fire apparatus.

THE ARGUMENT

Were state leaders right to delay by six months the start of recreational marijuana sales?

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

INFORMER

Openings, closings, and more in the south suburbs

Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the suburbs south of Boston.

Up Close

Ex-Marine has a new mission: getting an education

Transitioning from the military to civilian life hasn’t been easy, says Jhony Martinez of Randolph.

EASTON

Easton appoints new town clerk

A new town clerk will take over in Easton on Feb. 13, replacing longtime clerk Jeremy Gillis, who was fired.

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