Hingham, MA--7/11/2016--Participants in Hands-On World's End, a summer camp for 5- to 11-year-olds, explore at the side beach off Martin's Cove. Activity at World's End is photographed, on Monday, July 11, 2016. There are plans to expand parking in response to increased use of the conservation land in Hingham. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: soworldsend Reporter: Johanna Seltz

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Residents are concerned about the influx of visitors heading to World’s End, a conservation property that juts into Hingham Harbor.

World’s End welcomes more visitors, to dismay of neighbors

Last year, more than 68,000 people visited the conservation property that juts into Hingham Harbor, and trustees want more.By Johanna Seltz

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Music, food, and fun down on the farm in Canton

Local food, family activities, and a chance to meet grant recipients are part of the festivities at Prowse Farm in Canton to benefit the b.good Family Foundation.

The Argument

Should the state hold a deer hunt in the Blue Hills Reservation this fall?

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

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Dedham High grad Ellen Masalsky captured the gold medal in the javelin at the Bay State Summer Games.

PLYMPTON

Plympton farm-to-table restaurant to host Beard Foundation dinner

With a name like Just Right Farm, it’s easy to understand why none of the special ingredients that will go toward making a dining experience to satisfy the standards of the James Beard Foundation have been left to chance.

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Canton’s Jayson King has resigned as head coach of the Franklin Pierce University baseball team, and will be the associate head coach at the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., next year.

HINGHAM

Hingham to get new, bigger bathhouse

Hingham’s bathing beach will be getting a makeover, with help from the state.

WAREHAM

Wareham special needs program finds a new home

The nonprofit Christopher Donovan Day School relocated on July 1 to a portion of the old Ethel E. Hammond Elementary School building on Highland Avenue in Onset.

QUINCY

Quincy agency launches backpack drive for students in need

Quincy-based Interfaith Social Services recently launched its annual backpack drive to benefit students whose families are clients of the nonprofit’s food pantry on Adams Street.

COHASSET

Cohasset asks state to hold off bridge overhaul

Cohasset’s selectmen are officially looking a gift horse in the mouth -- asking the state to hold off on replacing the town-owned Cunningham Bridge across Little Harbor outlet until local concerns are addressed.

HANOVER

Hanover prepares update to its town hall

Town Meeting last year appropriated $1.085 million for the mostly exterior restoration of the town hall, and officials expect to seek bids from contractors in early September, according to town planner Peter Matchak.

HOLBROOK

Holbrook raises tobacco age to 21

Holbrook has joined the growing list of Massachusetts communities to raise the legal age to buy tobacco to 21.

MIDDLEBOROUGH

Middleborough leases electric cars

The town of Middleborough unveiled its first electric cars last week – four leased plug-in vehicles that will be used by the police, fire, and building departments and to deliver Meals on Wheels by the Council on Aging.

HULL

Three finalists vie for job of Hull police chief

The committee screening applicants for a new police chief has come up with three finalists, including the town’s acting chief and two candidates from out of state.

CARVER

Carver school officials back use of Narcan

Carver school officials are backing a “proactive” new policy that would allow the school nurse on duty to administer Narcan, a brand of naloxone, in cases of suspected opioid overdose on school grounds.

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