Joseph Clayton got to wear some vintage World War II items while visiting Fort Devens Museum's open house event.

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Joseph Clayton got to wear some vintage World War II items while visiting Fort Devens Museum's open house event.

Forget tricorn hats. These reenactors prefer olive drab

At the Fort Devens Museum, history buffs honor the men and women who served in World War II.By Jeremy C. Fox

The Argument

Should school districts be given more leeway to offer bilingual education?

Read two views and vote in our informal poll.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Pine Manor professor uses campus as a backdrop to sculpture

“The Nature Show,” an indoor-outdoor exhibit of works by 25 members of the New England Sculptors Association, opened August 28.

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Pine Manor professor uses campus as a backdrop to sculpture

“The Nature Show,” an indoor-outdoor exhibit of works by 25 members of the New England Sculptors Association, opened August 28.

UP CLOSE

Filmmaker chronicles a year at Natick Community Organic Farm

“Every day on a farm is different,” said Kori Feener, “but what really drew me to this project is how it works in cycles.”

BUSINESS PLAN

Hummus delicious enough for her own family

Samira Hamdoun of Belmont spent years perfecting her Lebanese dishes for relatives and coworkers before founding Samira’s Homemade.

GlobeWest Commentary

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

The Informer: A show house, new autism institute, and a charity art sale

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

Forget tricorn hats. These reenactors prefer olive drab

At the Fort Devens Museum, history buffs honor the men and women who served in World War II.

FRAMINGHAM

Framingham to decide whether to buy golf course

A Special Town Meeting in Framingham will decide whether the town should purchase Millwood Farms Golf Course or let the land be sold to a developer.

Teachers contract pact may be near in Brookline

Both sides cite “substantial preogress on the important issue of workload and pay” as schools prepare to open in the coming week.

Should Framingham buy a golf course?

A Special Town Meeting will decide whether the town should purchase Millwood Farms Golf Course or let the land be sold to a developer.

SUDBURY

Sudbury to hold 9/11 remembrance

The Sudbury community is invited to visit the Sept. 11 Memorial Garden on the fifteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

BEDFORD

Bedford police to issue ‘tickets’ to children for good behavior

Police officers will hand out tickets for a free kid-sized ice cream cone to students who are “caught” doing the right thing.

LEXINGTON

Officials from California school district to visit Lexington

Representatives will meet with town, school, and Asian community organizations about cultural inclusion and citizen involvement.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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A man dresed up like a rabbit raises suspicions, an intrusive opossum evades police, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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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

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2016/08/24/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/kickweb.jpg They’re still getting a kick out of life

For those who want to reconnect with their inner child, feet first, there are dozens of midweek kickball leagues within the Route 128 belt.

Interactive Graphic

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