Waltham Market Basket to open by December

Developers uploaded this photo to their website in late July of work completed inside the new Market Basket at the former Polaroid site in Waltham.

1265 Main LLC

The new 90,000 square foot store was delayed six weeks by this summer’s standoff, but will open by the holidays.

“The Folklorist” coproducer Andrew Eldridge taping Mike Lowe (center) and Herbert Fuchs in a scene on the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Newton cable show wins Emmy Award

“The Folklorist’’ is a locally produced history show that will be seen by millions of viewers across the country.

Peter Brumme of Lincoln, a lifelong golfer, did not enter an MGA event until age 55.

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Lincoln’s Brumme captures Super Senior Amateur

Peter Brumme won his first Massachusetts Golf Association championship on Monday at Cohasset Golf Club.

Downtown Hudson residents wary of Rite Aid plan

A group of neighbors is worried that a 2.9-acre development would disrupt the neighborhood’s aesthetics and bring more traffic, noise, and late-night lights.


Whitman-Hanson Regional High School

State rethinking model school designs

After aggressively promoting model schools as a way to save on costs, the state agency overseeing the construction process is reevaluating the approach.

Hopkinton neighbors fighting proposed Dunkin’ Donuts shop

A neighbor argues local offiicials inappropriately okayed the high-volume business for the site.

People

Powisset Farm manager is employee of the year

Meryl LaTronica was selected out of 200 full- and part-time staff members.

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Whitman-Hanson Regional High School

State rethinking model school designs

After aggressively promoting model schools as a way to save on costs, the state agency overseeing the construction process is reevaluating the approach.

Interactive Graphic

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

Globe West Briefs

Medfield

Town festival, road races Saturday

The Medfield Employers & Merchants Organization will host its 35th annual Discover Medfield Day on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. There will be more than 150 booths representing local businesses and organizations, and a stage featuring entertainment until 3 p.m., along with a “kids’ alley’’ of rides that will be open until 4 p.m. Also, the Medfield Day 5K Road Race and 1K Fun Run, organized by the town’s Parks & Recreation Department, will begin on North Street, with same-day registration starting at 7:30 a.m. The fun run will start at 8:30 a.m., and the 5-kilometer race will step off at 9 a.m. If there is severe weather, Discover Medfield Day events will be postponed to Sept. 27. More information is available at www.medfieldmemo.org and www.medfieldrec.com.

Littleton

Mizzoni gets interim seat on school board

At a joint meeting last week, the Board of Selectmen and the School Committee voted to appoint Michael Mizzoni to fill a vacancy on the school board created by the resignation of Paul Avella in June. Mizzoni will hold the interim position until the town election next spring.

Carlisle

Sing with the Intergenerational Community Chorus

Area residents age 12 and older who like to sing are encouraged to learn about the Carlisle Intergenerational Community Chorus at open rehearsals on the next two Monday evenings. The regional ensemble does not require auditions; youths and adults at any level of skill or experience who enjoy choral music are welcome, organizers say. Rehearsals are held Mondays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Robbins Building on the Carlisle Public School campus (park and enter on the School Street side). The group will be preparing for its next public performance, which is in January. E-mail communitychorus@carlisle.k12.ma.us with any questions.

Bedford

Community celebration Saturday

The annual community celebration known as Bedford Day takes place Saturday at locations throughout the center of town. Featured events include the Danny Oates Memorial 5K Race, a parade, a crafts fair, food vendors, and recognition of Alma Pomponi as the Citizen of the Year. New this year will be a special celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Citizens Scholarship Foundation program, with prior recipients honored in the parade. For more information on Bedford Day, go to www.bedfordma.gov and click on the Recreation link.