Sarah Lee painted a sign on a temporary bike lane on Maynard’s Main Street this summer.

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Sarah Lee painted a sign on a temporary bike lane on Maynard’s Main Street this summer.

Don’t like that new intersection? Wait a minute

More towns are testing out changes to roads and sidewalks before setting them in concrete.By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

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Expect the unexpected from art shows this fall

“Bricks at the Mill,” at the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, is one of numerous exhibits around the region.

Teardowns spur West Newton Hill to consider historic district

“Some people said they felt ill, and some burst into tears,” one neighbor said after a 1917 Colonial-style home was demolished last week.

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NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

At the helm of the UNH field hockey team for the past 25 seasons, Robin Balducci of Milford was named to the NFHCA Hall of Fame Class of 2016.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Expect the unexpected from art shows this fall

“Bricks at the Mill,” at the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, is one of numerous exhibits around the region.

LOCAL FARE

Luscious treats abound at Dulce D Leche Gelato Café

“I was always complaining that I missed my gelato from back home,” said Samanta Stavar, who has melded traditional gelato recipes with Argentinian ingredients and techniques.

Tour Arlington Heights — and bring your ideas

On Oct. 3, town officials will hold a “walkshop” to envision ways to revitalize the Mass. Ave. corridor.

BUSINESS PLAN

For Holliston woman, making jewelry is a passion

Janine Gerade says her aim is for all her jewelry to be distinctive, yet versatile and comfortable.

Concord teen leads walk against anxiety and depression

The Concord-Carlisle/Metro West Out of the Darkness Community Walk takes place Sunday, Oct. 2.

Globe West Commentary

Globe West readers comment on the Minuteman High school funding vote.

The Informer: A pop-up restaurant, a charity race, and a TEDx audition

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

The Argument: Should Governor Charlie Baker support a candidate in the presidential race?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

To reach All-State heights, runners take to the hills

Cross-country runners at both Lincoln-Sudbury and St. John’s high schools know All-States this year is quite the climb.

Got a parenting problem? Maybe Moses can help

Parenting Through a Jewish Lens offers classes on how to navigate the challenges and joys of raising children.

Teardowns spur West Newton Hill to consider historic district

“Some people said they felt ill, and some burst into tears,” one neighbor said after a 1917 Colonial-style home was demolished last week.

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