Where do the most millionaires live in Mass.?

Cast a line in Newton, Wellesley, Winchester, or Hingham, and you are likely to snag a millionaire. By Johanna Seltz

Lucy Falcone and cabaret artist John O’Neil. Lucy sings “with joy and enthusiasm,” the author writes.

Willingness to try again and again is naturally inspiring

Cabaret artist John O’Neil says that Lucy Falcone sings “with joy and enthusiasm.”

The Argument

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Should Brookline approve both of its proposed tax increases: a $7.665 million override to pay for operating costs and a $49.87 million debt exclusion to renovate the Devotion School?

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The Argument

Raising taxes in Brookline

Should Brookline approve both of its proposed tax increases: a $7.665 million override to pay for operating costs and a $49.87 million debt exclusion to renovate the Devotion School?

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

This spring, building pitching depth a formidable challenge

Defending Division 3 state champion Bellingham, other baseball programs have had to get creative with season’s unusually late start.

Local Fare

Quattro in Hopkinton offers a metropolitan flair

The name of the restaurant is a nod to the New England climate, with a menu inspired by the four seasons.

Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton

Starting as a volunteer dog walker, Elizabeth Jefferis went on to become executive director of the shelter for dogs and cats.

up close

Carlisle poet chronicles her cancer journey

Some of Margaret Crouse Skelly’s poems are funny, while others are inspirational, hopeful, and heart-wrenching.

Mark Your Calendar

From Cuban architecture to fields of daffodils

Jonathan Hansen’s photos of Havana are on display in Belmont, Newton kicks off a monthlong “Festival of the Arts,” and flowers bloom at Tower Hill.

CATCHING UP WITH

Bruce Chalas, Millis High/Babson College golf

A 14-time qualifier for USGA championships, he has guided the BU women’s golf team to the Patriot League title and an NCAA berth.

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Noteworthy performances from athletes residing in communities west of Boston.

PLAY OF THE WEEK

Deven Yee, Brookline High baseball

The junior third baseman plated David Krane with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth for a 6-5 victory over Boston Latin.

CATCHING UP WITH

Tori Jensen, Holliston High/MIT softball

The junior catcher is hitting .390 with a school-record 14 doubles and 27 RBIs for the 22-4 Engineers.

ON THE MOVE

Their point? Fencing is physically demanding, mentally challenging

Spurred on Pirates of Caribbean duels, Andover teen Robert Alden Good has quickly developed into a competitor of promise.

Fencing venues in greater Boston

A listing of fencing venues in greater Boston.

To our readers

Letter from the Regional Editor

Welcome to our new and expanded weekly Globe West, Globe North, and Globe South.

Blotter tales

Blotter tales

A canine custody battle turns ugly

A custody battle over a lovable dog leads to allegations of a wild chase, threats of violence, and the police being called.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Send us your submissions for this week’s cartoon, and see the winning caption and finalists from last week’s contest.