Cohasset 05/ 07/2017: Cindy Prentice executive director at Holly Hill Farms in Cohasset, pulls out the invasive Garlic Mustard plant. Photo by Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe (south)

Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe

Cindy Prentice, executive director at Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset, pulling out garlic mustard plants.

The war on garlic mustard takes many volunteers

Botanists are working on finding a biological control for the weed, but until then the best way to get rid of garlic mustard is to pull it up by the roots and destroy it.By Johanna Seltz

THE ARGUMENT

Should cable companies be required to offer high-definition channels for local access programming?

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

Milton voters pass $3.1 million override

Voters in Milton have approved a $3.1 million override that will raise property taxes to avoid reductions in town services and restore previous cuts.

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COMMENTARY

Globe South Commentary

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

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeSouth: Noteworthy performances

Walpole’s Johnny Adams, most recently Boston Colege’s senior shortstop, was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 22d round of the Major League Baseball draft.

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

In Sharon’s tennis success, boys and girls together

It’s hard to put up a better season than the Sharon High boys’ tennis team — but the girls’ team just did.

Mark Your Calendar

Fuller Craft Museum free for Brockton residents

Starting Saturday, July 1, admission to Fuller Craft Museum will be free for all Brockton residents who present a photo ID with proof of city residence at the front desk.

BLOTTER TALES

Who let the pigs out? Who, officer, who?

Pigs are bustin’ out all over, a singing stroller is accused of making off with a bird feeder , and other odd tales from local police blotters.

ABINGTON

Cost of Route 18 expansion now at $77 million

The widening of Route 18 through Weymouth and Abington is neither on time nor on budget.

CARVER

Carver eyes addition to library for seniors

A study on how to address the lack of a large meeting space and the limited handicapped accessibility at the Carver Council on Aging’s Marcus Atwood House will get underway soon.

MIDDLEBOROUGH

Middleborough eyes land next to high school

A special Town Meeting will decide whether to buy 8.9 acres next to the town’s high school from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston for $285,000.

CANTON

Canton asks state for help with mess at train station

The town of Canton is pleading with the state for help on a stalled construction project at the Canton Junction commuter rail station.

HANOVER

Tax break approved for Hanover Mall

Hanover’s special Town Meeting approved a local tax break on June 19 to support plans by the new owners of the Hanover Mall to invest nearly $40 million in the property.

MARION

Marion police chief to retire at year’s end

Police Chief Lincoln Miller plans to retire at the end of this year.

THE ARGUMENT

Should cable companies be required to offer high-definition channels for local access programming?

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

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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Pigs are bustin’ out all over, a singing stroller is accused of making off with a bird feeder , and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

CARTOON CAPTION

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Submit your own caption, along with your name, hometown and phone number, by e-mailing cartooncaption@globe.com.

On The Move

On the Move

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A program at the Spaulding National Running Center aims to prevent injuries to runners before they happen.

North

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Glory days return to Salem CC

Tom Watson, John Daly, and Bernhard Langer will be among those playing in the US Senior Open June 26 through July 2 at the Peabody course, which also hosted the tournament in 2001.

Interactive Graphic

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