The trial will determine how much Quincy will be ordered to pay to a 121-year-old private school for mismanaging a trust fund benefitting the institution.
News about members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard in our communities.
Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the south suburbs.
An interview with Westwood High product Laura McHoul, now at the University of New Hampshire.
ON THE MOVE
As National Trails Day approaches June 6, volunteers who have helped restore trails are enthusiastic about what has been gained through their efforts.
Joyce Parlapiano and Tammie Watson decided sometime ago that if either of them was going to open a restaurant, they’d do it together. The enterprising women have opened Blackthorne Publick House in Easton, where Parlapiano is the manager and Watson, the chef.
It will be at least four years before Stoughton has a new or renovated high school, but the clock is already ticking on an aggressive timeline for the town to get approval and begin construction in June 2016.
Easton Town Meeting last week approved zoning changes to encourage development in the Queset Commercial District along Route 138.
CATCHING UP WITH
Catching up with former Hingham High three-sport star Hilary Lynch.
Cohasset’s selectmen are scheduled to decide Tuesday, May 26, whether to accept the town manager’s decision to hire Weymouth’s deputy police chief, Joseph Comperchio, as the new Cohasset police chief.
High school referees and umpires across the region are preparing to undergo criminal background checks starting next month as a new statewide policy aimed at expanding protection of student athletes kicks into gear.
Notes to Globe South from readers commenting on a range of stories.
From my office window, from which I could see nothing for months, the snow so high it covered every pane, I now watch my rhododendrons bloom. And I am awed. And grateful. And determined to keep paying attention all summer long.
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A woodchuck attacks, a man gets trapped inside an ATM, and a washing machine disappears in this week’s Blotter Tales.
Send us your submissions for this week’s cartoon, and see the winning caption and finalists from last week’s contest.
The 17-year-old junior from Quincy will attend Naval Academy Summer Seminar and repair homes in Kentucky.
Casino at Suffolk Downs or not, Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo believes the city is on the verge of an economic boom.
With an eye on offering an affordable, quality product to families, West, North, and South leagues merge, joining Southeast.
A memorial in Lynn was discovered desecrated with pieces of raw pork earlier this week.
Cabaret artist John O’Neil says that Lucy Falcone sings “with joy and enthusiasm.”
See the number of concussions reported by area high schools with a sortable table.