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Molly Bergmann (left) listened at a forum on the environment sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Lexington.

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League of Women Voters sees surge in local activism

Since Trump’s election, more members have joined to make a difference in their communities and beyond. By John Hilliard

BUSINESS PLAN

Unraveling eating disorders

The Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association (MEDA) provides education about eating disorders and their underlying causes to promote healing.

THE ARGUMENT

Should Massachusetts commit itself to 100 percent renewable energy?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

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Winding down, Newton mayor looks back

In his final state of the city speech, Setti Warren touted his work strengthening Newton’s finances and infrastructure.

THE ARGUMENT

Should Massachusetts commit itself to 100 percent renewable energy?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Milford’s Aaron Anniballi helped the Worcester State men’s basketball squad advance to the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference semifinals.

Auto repair students gear up for high-tech cars

Fixing brakes is just the beginning in today’s automotive technology training programs.

NEWTON

Newton’s charter commission seeks feedback on proposed changes

Proposed changes include a smaller city council and term limits for the mayor and city councilors.

BROOKLINE

Turnover continues in Brookline principal positions

Town education officials announced new hires who will lead the Runkle and Heath schools.

League of Women Voters sees surge in local activism

Since Trump’s election, more members have joined to make a difference in their communities and beyond.

ARLINGTON

Study to look at rebuilding, renovating Arlington High School

The Massachusetts School Building Authority has invited the school district to look at the best way to improve the school.

ACTON

Acton’s Discovery Museums annouces special-needs events schedule

The schedule of free events for families with children with an autism spectrum disorder or with hearing or vision loss is now available.

BEDFORD

Bedford officials to hold forum about business area

This public forum will help the town develop a common vision for the businesses areas along the Great Road corridor.

BELMONT

Belmont event to focus on civil rights

The Belmont Human Rights Commission and Belmont Against Racism will meet Thursday, March 2 at 7 p.m. at the Belmont Public Library.

CONCORD

Resident named Concord’s 2017 Honored Citizen

Jeffrey W. Adams will honored at a March 26 reception at the Concord Town House.

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