Nashoba Valley Winery attracts visitors from around New England.

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Nashoba Valley Winery attracts visitors from around New England.

Winery’s license worries ripple beyond vineyard

Bolton residents have rallied behind Nashoba Valley Winery’s fight to keep serving.By Jill Terreri Ramos

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Tony Toledo tells stories — and you can, too

Storyteller Tony Toledo is the featured performer at Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse in Medfield this month.

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Arlington group loses battle to save redwoods

Two dawn redwoods will be cut down at Magnolia Park to make way for an expanded community garden.

UP CLOSE

Thanks to caregiver, pleasure comes on little cat feet

Amanda Silveira researched dozens of leads for purebred Siamese cats to replace a Waltham woman’s beloved feline.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Lincoln’s Ryan Wolfsberg is hitting NECBL-best .381 for the New Bedford Bay Sox.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

A Williams College grad was nominated by the New England Small College Athletic Conference for NCAA Woman of the Year.

LOCAL FARE

Mayuri Indian Cuisine a vibrant addition to Acton

Owner and chef Ramana Vavilla is known locally for his “good, authentic food.”

The Informer: a new pizza parlor and fitness club debut

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

Finally, a rink at Bentley for the Falcons to call home

A multipurpose arena will soon breathe new life into the Waltham campus.

Water service lines to 641 Newton homes could be made of lead

The city is working on a cost-sharing plan for helping affected homeowners replace the lines.

Should redwood trees be cut down for a community garden?

Arlington activists decry plans to sacrifice two dawn redwoods to make way for more gardening plots at Magnolia Park.

Should clothes make the mom?

A Marblehead mother offers a retort to the fashion blogger who wants to remake the “suburban mommy uniform.”

ARLINGTON

Arlington group receives grant for street-art installation

The New England Foundation for the Arts recently awarded a $5,000 grant to Arlington Public Art.

BROOKLINE

West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes found in South Brookline

Local health officials say the virus is present across town.

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Beverly Beckham

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When she was born, I mourned the child Lucy might have been. I know now that if we had been given the child we imagined, we wouldn’t have Lucy.

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