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From fashion to ax throwing, cable show expands women’s networks

“Woman2Woman Today,” hosted by Natick resident Jen Maseda, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with Access Framingham TV.By Nancy Shohet West

THE ARGUMENT

Should Wayland allow legal residents who are not citizens to vote in town elections?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

What would Thoreau listen to?

The Concord Orchestra jumps aboard the Thoreau bicentennial bandwagon with a selection of music honoring him.

Latest Globe West headlines

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

What would Thoreau listen to?

The Concord Orchestra jumps aboard the Thoreau bicentennial bandwagon with a selection of music honoring him.

Senior housing development pitched for Newton Corner

The four-story assisted living facility would be built at the site of a former car dealership.

UP CLOSE

Ushering Lexington’s historical society into a new era

In her 12 years as executive director, Susan Bennett has overseen fund-raising and building restorations.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Maura Sticco-Ivins of Framingham, who dives for Wellesley College, won the 1-meter and 3-meter titles at the NCAA Division 3 Championship.

For Babson College basketball team, it’s a ‘storybook ending’

The Beavers’ national championship run was exciting right to the finish.

From fashion to ax throwing, cable show expands women’s networks

“Woman2Woman Today,” hosted by Natick resident Jen Maseda, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with Access Framingham TV.

BUSINESS PLAN

Bolton center offers therapy through farm animals

Cultivate Counseling Center enables individuals struggling with challenges to interact with animals while engaging in therapeutic growth.

COMMENTARY

GlobeWest Commentary

Globe West readers comment on a variety of stories.

FRAMINGHAM

Framingham residents approve two transit-oriented developments

Proposed developments at 266 Waverly St. and 75 Concord St. will add about 470 new residential housing units downtown.

More towns calling timeout on marijuana stores

Westborough voters approved a ban blocking retailers from selling recreational pot, and at least a dozen other communities could have temporary moratoriums by later this spring.

ARLINGTON

Arlington’s Patriots Day Parade rescheduled

Due to the Easter holiday, the parade will be held April 23 at 2 p.m.

ACTON

Acton Citizens Police Academy begins April 6

The academy is an opportunity for residents to find out what the department and dispatch center do on a daily basis.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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A hospital caller uses the 911 emergency line to report a nicotine crisis, strange items wind up in mailboxes, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Submit your own caption, along with your name, hometown and phone number, by e-mailing cartooncaption@globe.com.

On The Move

ON THE MOVE

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/03/20/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/tamposi_26zorec04_zo.jpg A hiker’s guide to the best nearby trails

Author Lafe Low, who’s revising Helen Weatherall’s “60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Boston,” recommends great outdoor walks near Boston.

South

NORWELL, MA - 3/06/2017: Giving a pat on the back is Shannon O'Connor (cq) in her history class to CODY a therapy dog who gets much attention and gives it at the Chapman Farm School in Norwell. The school is for kids who have trouble in regular schools because they are sensitive and tend to get bullied. The school has been trying to move to a former llama farm in East Bridgewater, but she has run into opposition from her neighbors there who have sued to keep the school out (David L Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) SECTION: REGIONAL TOPIC xxsobullied

Fight brewing in East Bridgewater against a school for bullied kids

Neighbors have filed a lawsuit saying the town Planning Board exceeded its authority when it gave permission for the school, which they say will cause traffic problems on their dead-end street.

Interactive Graphic

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