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As jets seem bound for Vt., questions of political influence arise

Was Vt. chosen as the new home of F-35 jets because Senator Patrick Leahy is a powerful political ally of the National Guard?

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/04/14/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/easter4--90x90.jpg O’Malley named by pope to a key advisory council

Pope Francis has appointed Boston’s Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley to a panel that will advise him on reforming governance of the church.

Facing questions, DAs suspend outsourcing of bad check cases

Until recently, six Mass. district attorneys were allowing debt-collection companies to use official stationery to accuse people of passing bad checks.

Juli Windsor, 27, has been a runner since joining her middle school cross-country team in a suburb of Atlanta.

Dwarfs outrunning expectations in Boston Marathon

Juli Windsor and John Young have known casual cruelty, but the first dwarfs in Boston Marathon field know nothing of giving up.

Stephen F. Lynch worked on the Polaroid building in Waltham in the 1970s.

Born to high iron, Stephen Lynch forged his own way

As he runs for US Senate, Lynch maintains that his 18 years as an ironworker instilled in him an understanding of America’s working men and women.

The Nation

Military to evaluate officers for character, competence

David H. Petraeus resigned from the CIA over an affair with Paula Broadwell, coauthor of his biography.

By Thom Shanker

The new effort is a part of a broad overhaul of training and development programs for generals and admirals.

To his base, NRA’s LaPierre is ‘a guy who will never fold’

Not highly polished, yet Wayne LaPierre is effective as spokesman for the NRA, baffling his opponents.

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Jodi Kantor

As the Senate takes up gun control measures, the no-compromise strategy Wayne LaPierre has honed is being tested.

Political Notebook

Mother of Newtown victim pleas for gun control

Francine Wheeler, mother of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Benjamin Wheeler, cried as she listened to Vice President Joe Biden speak during a February gun violence conference.

The mother of a child killed in the school shooting delivered her raw plea Saturday, using an avenue normally reserved for the president.

The World

Kerry offers missile defense concession

John Kerry met with Premier Li Keqiang and other top leaders as part of an effort to solicit help from China.

By Michael R. Gordon

Secretary of State John Kerry told China that the US will reduce missile defenses in the area if N. Korea dropped their nuclear plans.

US, Taliban to blame for 17 die in Afghan airstrike

A soldier with the Afghan National Army kept watch of the surrounding mountains from a lookout tower at the forward operating base Honaker Miracle in Kunar Province on Saturday.

By Rahim Faiez

President Hamid Karzai made the announcement after an investigation into the attack raised the civilian death toll from 11 to 17.

Egypt’s Mubarak appears confident at court hearing

Egypt’s ex-leader Hosni Mubarak, with sons Alaa (right) and Gamal, waved to supporters.

By David D. Kirkpatrick, Mayy El Sheikh DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MAYYYY EL SHEIKH

The appearance in court was the first time that Mubarak, 84, had been seen in public in nearly a year, and it was brief.

Editorial & Opinion

JEFF JACOBY

In ‘Letter,’ King’s caution about bowing to the law

A collection of papers showing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final revisions to his enduring essay, “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” was offered by Sotheby’s in 2006.

By Jeff Jacoby

“Letter from Birmingham Jail” has a powerful message about the law and the dangerous temptation to venerate the legal process as ends in themselves.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Plan B, and politics of parenthood

Plan B is also known as the “morning-after pill.”

By Joan Vennochi

There is an in-between: pro-choice people who still feel queasy about girls, 16 and under, buying the morning-after pill, no prescription or parental notification required.

TOM KEANE

E-tailers, meet the tax code

By Tom Keane

Here’s a solution that’s fair to all: Broaden the sales tax to cover everyone — online and on the street — while at the same time cutting the rate across the board.

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‘We are still the mountain’

By Chris Bohjalian

Opinion | Nathaniel P. Morris

Complicated procedures

By Nathaniel P. Morris

Letters | CAN WE STOP WORRYING AND LEARN TO LOVE TAXES?

Writing a check to the IRS should inspire pride, not loathing

Letters | CAN WE STOP WORRYING AND LEARN TO LOVE TAXES?

Hiking taxes even more will lead us to disaster

Letters | THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HITS THE HOMESTRETCH

State Democrats don’t take orders from DC

Letters | THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HITS THE HOMESTRETCH

Markey has outworked Lynch in Congress

Letters | THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HITS THE HOMESTRETCH

What are they hiding?

Letters | THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HITS THE HOMESTRETCH

Insiders pick Markey, but so do regular voters

Letters | THE REAL LEVEL OF DEMAND FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

Need for charter schools clear

Letters | THE REAL LEVEL OF DEMAND FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

Parents seek many options. So what?

Letters | THE REAL LEVEL OF DEMAND FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

Schools alone can’t cure broad social ills

Letters | THE REAL LEVEL OF DEMAND FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

For one parent, losing charter lottery meant paying Catholic school tuition

Metro

Mass. Senate OK’s $800 million transportation bill

By Martine Powers

The Senate overwhelmingly approved a transportation bill seen as a compromise between a House measure and Governor Deval Patrick’s proposal.

Yvonne Abraham

Probation as it should be

By Yvonne Abraham

Many who benefited from the old patronage system remain, but Dorchester’s Dee Kennedy is a chief probation officer at last.

Menino missed while surgeons repair his leg

Mayor Thomas Menino, who is recovering from a broken leg, missed opening day of the Swan Boats in Boston Public Garden for the first time in two decades on Saturday.

By Jeremy C. Fox

Mayor Thomas Menino was recovering from surgery after breaking his leg, and was forced to miss several events marking spring.

Money & Careers

Innovation Economy

Increasingly, tech firms are crossing river

By Scott Kirsner

A year ago, it was rare for tech companies to land in downtown Boston, but now, the low rents and short leases are luring them.

Time to leave the Kendall Square nest

Prahar Shah

By Prahar Shah

By moving to downtown Boston, Prahar Shah, chief executive of Mobee, said the company now has the flexibility to work and play.

Big companies are part of Kendall Square’s mix

Sara Spalding

By Sara Spalding

Microsoft is big but it is critical, providing funding, equipment, and expertise, writes Microsoft Nerd’s Sara Spalding.

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Home of the Week

Single-floor living and spacious bedrooms

By John R. Ellement

living longer, living better

Empty nesters enjoy the freedom of downsizing

By Jenifer B. McKim

Handyman on call

Replacing duct covers and unsticking rugs

By Peter Hotton

On the Job

To sleep, perchance to research

By Cindy Atoji Keene

Job Doc

Avoiding mistaken identities in a Google world

By Patricia Hunt Sinacole

Home security systems evolve

By Jay Fitzgerald

Lifestyle

Spring travel, green with envy

By Patricia Harris and David Lyon

market movers

J.C. Penney hires adviser, fires CEO

By Michael J. de la Merced

living longer, living better

Meditation can bring health benefits

By Karen Weintraub

Sports

Red Sox 2, Rays 1

Shane Victorino gives Red Sox a win

A jubilant Jacoby Ellsbury celebrated with Dustin Pedroia after scoring the winning run for the Red Sox on a single by Shane Victorino in the 10th inning.

By Peter Abraham

Shane Victorino drove in Jacoby Ellsbury in the 10th inning to give the Red Sox a 2-1 win Saturday.

Dan Shaughnessy

Red Sox, Tiger and marathoners, oh my!

By Dan Shaughnessy

Is your head spinning? The Sox are off and running. The Celtics and Bruins are readying for the playoffs. Tiger is in the hunt at the Masters. And Monday is the marathon.

Shalane Flanagan carries local pride into Boston Marathon debut

Shalane Flanagan is capable of becoming the first American woman to win Boston since 1985.

By Shira Springer

Marblehead’s Flanagan could become the first American woman to win Boston since 1985.

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Frozen Four

Ted Donato, Kevin Sneddon remember Harvard’s title

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

on second thought

Late writer Dave O’Hara left a big impact

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Sunday basketball notes

John Havlicek to part with mementos

By Gary Washburn

Boston marathon

Kara Goucher on course for a fulfilling day

By Shira Springer

red sox notebook

David Ross gets a much-needed hit

By Peter Abraham

Sunday baseball notes

MLB still lacks interest from African-Americans

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday football notes

Patriots’ offseason moves receive favorable reviews

By Greg A. Bedard

Sunday hockey notes

Bruins’ playoff hopes tied to key returnees

By Kevin Paul Dupont

From theManiacal One . . .

By Chuck Waseleski

Celtics 120, Magic 88

Celtics romp, clinch 7th seed in playoffs

By Gary Washburn

celtics notebook

Glen Davis savors leadership role with Magic

By Gary Washburn

Hurricanes 4, Bruins 2

Bruins fall to Hurricanes

By Fluto Shinzawa

The Masters

Tiger Woods saved from disqualification

By Michael Whitmer

marathon notebook

Jason Hartmann is America’s best hope

By John Powers

Yale 4, Quinnipiac 0

Yale defeats Quinnipiac for hockey crown

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

What They Were Thinking

How the Red Sox put on the shift

By Stan Grossfeld

Ideas

Ideas

What baby names say about everything else

A newborn baby

By Ruth Graham

A private choice? Not exactly. Social scientists turn to names to understand changing tastes, class, and how ideas spread.

Can you MOOC your way through college in one year?

By Marcella Bombardieri

A Lexington dad tries out a new kind of education.

Shakespeare the skinflint

Circa 1590, English dramatist William Shakespeare engraved by E Scriven after Humphrey's drawing known as the 'Chandos portrait'.

By Daniel Swift

The miser bard’s ruthlessness was what made him great.

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Brainiac

Scientists can read your dreams

By Kevin Hartnett

Uncommon Knowledge

Holding a drink makes you look dumb

By Kevin Lewis

Books

Book reviews

‘The View from Penthouse B’ and ‘I Can’t Complain’

By Laura Collins-Hughes

A gently comic novel and essays tinged with personal tragedy offer a poignant glimpse into Elinor Lipman’s creative process.

Famous runner, fan of offbeat

Bill Rodgers

By Amy Sutherland

Back in 1975 Bill Rodgers made winning the Boston Marathon as well as setting a record time look easy. In his new memoir, “Marathon Man” — which all of Monday’s runners might want to speed read — he explains how “Boston Billy” came to be. We interview Rodgers about the books he is reading and likes to read.

Book review

‘Harvard Square’ by Andre Aciman

Dancers atop newstand in Harvard Square, the backdrop for a tale of immigrant fears and aspirations.

By Richard Eder

Aciman’s new novel is a dark account of his exile from Egypt focusing on the uncertainties of accommodation to a new world.

Obituaries

Helaine Zimmerman, 75; social worker helped youths

Helaine Zimmerman, (right), with her wife, Thalia Verros.

By Kathleen McKenna

Ms. Zimmerman was a longtime social worker who also influenced Boston’s LGBT communities both personally and professionally.

Mickey Rose, screenwriter, partner of Woody Allen; at 77

When Mickey and Judy Rose married, Woody Allen, with actress Louise Lasser, was his best man. Mr. Rose helped Allen write several of his early movies.

By Douglas Martin

Mr. Rose helped write several of Allen’s early movies. He also worked for Sid Caesar, Johnny Carson, the Smothers Brothers, and Dean Martin.

Carmine Infantino; DC Comics artist saved superheroes

Carmine Infantino combined comic-book art with a touch of midcentury modernism.

By Margalit Fox

Mr. Infantino, 87, was a celebrated comic-book artist famed for his death-defying resuscitation of Batman and the Flash.

Arts & Movies

Art review

Barry McGee exhibit traces his vibrant visions as a graffiti artist

Barry McGee’s “Untitled (Crawling Man),’’ from the artist’s exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art.

By Sebastian Smee

The San Francisco-based artist is the subject of a hectically melancholy midcareer survey at the Institute of Contemporary Art.

photography reviews

Capturing Civil War, and South in the ’70s

Andrew Joseph Russell’s “Slave Pen, Alexandria, Virginia,” from 1863.

By Mark Feeney

Well over 200 photographs appear in “Photography and the American Civil War,” a very moving show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Music

Keith Richards on the record

Keith Richards says he is excited to get back on the road with the Rolling Stones.

By Sarah Rodman

Sarah Rodman caught up with the 69-year-old rock icon to chat about the TD Garden show, his 2010 memoir, and the importance of new music.

Travel

Runners share their favorite things to do in Boston

Runners, from left: Meb Keflezighi, Shalane Flanagan, and Ryan Hall.

By Shira Springer

27,000 marathon runners flooded Boston this weekend, including the 32 runners who fill the elite fields. They share where they like to eat, play, and run.

For Shalane Flanagan, Marblehead is home turf

Kevin Drislane sets up rental boats at Riverhead Beach on Marblehead Harbor at the height of summer.

By Shira Springer

Elite runner Shalane Flanagan has fond memories of her hometown of Marblehead, though her career has taken her to North Carolina, Oregon, and Colorado.

In the Know

11 training tips for travelers

Ian Pullan, left, general manager of the Fairmont Waterfront in Vancouver, British Columbia, is also a marathoner and twice a week, rain or shine, takes guests on scheduled runs along the seawall.

By Kari Bodnarchuk

These tips mean you don’t have to abandon your workouts when you travel.

Magazine

Globe magazine

Greetings from Gun Valley

Westfield’s Savage Arms, the century-old pioneer that had deteriorated to the point where it was mocked as “Salvage Arms” and left for dead, now can’t keep up with demand. Laurinda Pudlo (pictured) came to Savage about a year ago after having worked with toddlers at a day-care center. She finds this work less stressful.

By Neil Swidey

In “Gun Valley,” the swath of Western Massachusetts and Connecticut where industrial gun making in America began, business is booming once again.

Why some small colleges are in big trouble

By Jon Marcus

Money is tight. Competition is brutal. Are some Massachusetts schools on the road to ruin?

Your Week Ahead

5 things to do in and around Boston

Lexington.

Cheer on this year’s Boston marathoners, remember the country’s early patriots, file your federal taxes April 15, and more fun (and not so fun) things to do this week

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Soundtrack

Enemy mine

By Scott Helman

First Person

Man on a mission

Style Watch

Making it

By Marni Elyse Katz

Miss Conduct

The breakup ultimatum

By Robin Abrahams

Cooking

Batter up

By Adam Ried

Dinner With Cupid

Coin toss

Connections

Right on, sisters

By Thomas Farragher

Tales From the City

Outbound

Out and About

As seen around town

Globe North

Flagship rums produced north of Boston

The top sellers from local distilleries.

Rivals in rum revival

Distiller Maggie Campbell at Privateer International’s Ipswich facility.

By G. Jeffrey MacDonald

The smell of molasses turning into rum is once again wafting from North Shore distilleries.

Medford’s Marathon family

Carolyn and Jesse Edsell-Vetter during a training run with their children, Ethan, 2, and Yoni, 7.

By Christina Jedra

When Jesse and Carolyn Edsell-Vetter run in the Boston Marathon Monday, they’ll have a lot of supporters.

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Everett

Official facing ethics rebuke

By Kathy McCabe

Peabody

State rep is ready to step in for city

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Rowley

Fire chief faces assault inquiry

By David Rattigan

Who Taught YOU to Drive?

For bicyclists, cutting in line makes sense for safety

By Peter DeMarco

Notebook

Newton finds home at 3d for Merrimack

By Anthony Gulizia

Dining out

Moxy’s small bites add up to ‘fab’ fare

By Emily Turner Simon

Chelsea

School district receives grant

By John Laidler

Everett

Mayor DeMaria seeks fourth term

By John Laidler

Lynn

Teens help create learning lab

By John Laidler

Reading

Town election results

By Brenda J. Buote

Saugus

Town finds a way to save $560,000

By John Laidler

Stoneham

Team from theater to run marathon

By Brenda J. Buote

Tewksbury

Earth Day festivities Saturday

By John Laidler

Wakefield

Library to host Gatsby gala

By John Laidler

Winchester

Aberjona River cleanup set for May 4

By Brenda J. Buote

Woburn

City plans water main improvements

By John Laidler

Andover

Three days scheduled for Town Meeting

By Brenda J. Buote

Beverly

High school, BevCam win TV awards

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Boxford

Selectmen sign Town Meeting warrant

By David Rattigan

Danvers

Annual water pipe flushing starts

By John Laidler

Hamilton-Wenham

Town meetings dispatch warrant articles

By David Rattigan

Haverhill

Nurses rally to highlight concerns

By Brenda J. Buote

Ipswich

Crane Beach boardwalk reopens

By Dave Rattigan

Lowell

Sacred Heart Church site to become housing

By Karen Sackowitz

Marblehead

Rick Doron joins Finance Committee

By Steven Rosenberg

Newburyport

City launches Clipper Trail website

By Brenda J. Buote

North Andover

Speakers’ group seeks volunteers

By Brenda J. Buote

Peabody

Library to offer resources on Islam

By John Laidler

Rockport

Residents approve town budget

By David Rattigan

West Newbury

Selectmen expand fire board

By Taryn Plumb

Methuen

Police investigate bank robberies

By Karen Sackowitz

Globe South

Quincy

Getting into the swim

Young swimmers (from left) Tatiana Kalinowski, Giovanna Macedo, Kristen Mahoney, and Amyah Davis at Lincoln Hancock school.

By Johanna Seltz

The air is muggy and heavy with chlorine as 13 youngsters practice their bubble-blowing and churn the water with their kicks.

Weymouth

Fire pay award is too high, Kay says

By Johanna Seltz

The Town Council will decide whether to fund a recent arbitration award that gives local firefighters retroactive pay hikes.

Plymouth

School official faces charge of car assault

By Emily Sweeney

A Plymouth School Committee member has again been accused of driving her car at a neighbor in a personal dispute.

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Foxborough

Town files reveal little in abuse case

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Scituate

Wind turbine prevails in narrow vote

By Jessica Bartlett

Beverly Beckham

An almost perfect day in spring

By Beverly Beckham

Dining Out

Family-friendly dining with a personal touch

By Ellen Albanese

The Book buzz

The pain when adult children do terrible things

By Nancy Harris

Around the Diamond

Pitching aces lead by example

By Tim Healey

Around the diamond

Pitching aces lead by example

By Pat Bradley

Plymouth

Spa breaks ground at Pinehills

By Emily Sweeney

East Bridgewater

Town election results

By Sarah Coffey

Duxbury

Duxbury holds youth arts & crafts fair

By Sarah Coffey

Halifax

Medical marijuana vote fails to draw quorum

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Walpole

Coffee with a cop

By Johanna Seltz

Norwell

River cleanup on April 27

By Meg Murphy

Stoughton

Rizzi: Sequestration hits schools

By Rich Fahey

Hull

Ballot almost set for town election

By Johanna Seltz

Weymouth

Volunteers wanted for town scrub

By Johanna Seltz

Marion

Town Meeting to vote on spending

By Paul E. Kandarian

Randolph

Home prices rose 4 percent

By Jim Morrison

Lakeville

Scouts retiring used flags

By Paul E. Kandarian

Hanson

Proposed override for schools

By John Laidler

Norwood

Emergency messages by phone

By Jim Morrison

Hanover

Meet the candidates

By Meg Murphy

Canton

Report on Plymouth Rubber site

By Dave Eisenstadter

Rockland

Candidates night Tuesday

By Emily Files

Avon

Voters reject school parking plan

By Johanna Seltz

Dedham

School lunch price increase

By Dave Eisenstadter

Milton

More time to comment on 40B plan

By Dave Eisenstadter

Easton

Community garden

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Quincy

Central Middle School on track

By Jessica Bartlett

Bridgewater

BSU gives town $105,000

By Jennette Barnes

Marshfield

Adults charged with allowing teen drinking

By Jennette Barnes

Brockton

Grant for skate park

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Cohasset

Police chief search rebooted

By Johanna Seltz

Mansfield

Public hearing on school budget

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Hingham

Celebration of local rabbi

By Jessica Bartlett

Braintree

Puppets come to library

By Jessica Bartlett

Norton

Pruning at town forest

By Jennette Barnes

Middleborough

Vote on capital spending requests

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Holbrook

Superintendent finalists named

By Jennette Barnes

Westwood

Town Meeting preparations

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Sharon

Two contested races May 21

By Jennette Barnes

Raynham

Zoning changes to be discussed

By Jennette Barnes

Plympton

Talks on regional 911 service

By Meg Murphy

Pembroke

Townwide reading program

By John Laidler

Wareham

Animal-cruelty charges

By Emily Sweeney

Globe West

Plainville

All or nothing

Pacer Rhudaur Hanover is led out of the barn by owner Glenn Harris, with driver Ralph Andersen in the sulky.

By Jose Martinez

Plainridge Racecourse has applied for the single Category 2 gambling license to be awarded by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.

Plainridge fact box

Some facts and figures about Plainridge Racetrack, as it stands now, and what it projects for the future if it receives a license for slot machines.

Hopkinton

Committee lobbies for solar farm

By Ellen Ishkanian

A Hopkinton’s committee is pushing the town to act quickly and turn a portion of town-owned land into a privately run solar panel farm.

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Maynard

Meeting on land parcel now May 19

By Calvin Hennick

Newton

Questions on turnover in city jobs

By Deirdre Fernandes

Auditors report bidding missteps

By Deirdre Fernandes

Arlington

Patriots Day parade this afternoon

By Brock Parker

Brookline

Weekly senior socials start Friday

By Brock Parker

Lexington

Patriots Day parade is today

By Brock Parker

Waltham

Help with citywide cleanup Saturday

By Jaclyn Reiss

Newton

Mount Ida to honor mayor, Anita Hill

By Deirdre Fernandes

Needham

Hospital begins expansion project

By Laura Gomez

Needham

Grimes wins race for Planning Board

By Jaclyn Reiss

Arlington

Hear details on Town Meeting articles

By Brock Parker

Westborough

Join Earth Day cleanup Saturday

By Jennifer Roach

Littleton

Board adds two police dispatch jobs

By Nancy Shohet West

Southborough

Novelist to discuss ‘Lincoln Letter’

By Jennifer Roach

Boxborough

Dispose of old prescription drugs

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Northborough

Spring Fling gala at Senior Center

By Jennifer Roach

Sudbury

Openings on town committees

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Carlisle

Police to offer firearms safety course

By Nancy Shohet West

Pepperell

Meet local candidates on April 22

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Acton

Register for story time at library

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Groton

‘Spring Safari’ to explore town land

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Bedford

Shred documents, recycle metal items

By Nancy Shohet West

Maynard

Library to host mystery authors

By Calvin Hennick

Harvard

Town Meeting’s warrant sails through

By Davis Bushnell

Groton

Scholarships available for local students

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Wayland

Voters elect Boschetto, Bouchard

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Ayer

Openings on storm-water panel

By Davis Bushnell

Marlborough

Volunteer for city cleanup April 27

By Calvin Hennick

Concord

Parade to pause at North Bridge

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Hudson

Work to snarl Route 85 traffic

By Calvin Hennick

Shrewsbury

Officials ponder override for schools

By Lauren MacCarthy

Ashland

Hydrant-flushing project may affect water

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bellingham

5K to benefit girls’ lacrosse team

By Rachel Lebeaux

Franklin

Library wants to hear from patrons

By Rachel Lebeaux

Hopkinton

Steps to protect water supplies

By Ellen Ishkanian

Medfield

Marsden named new schools chief

By Lauren MacCarthy

Medway

Report problems via smartphone app

By Rachel Lebeaux

Plainville

‘Animal experience’ program at library

By Rachel Lebeaux

Wrentham

Rabies clinic for pets Saturday

By Rachel Lebeaux

Hopkinton

Share views on sidewalks, open space

By Ellen Ishkanian

Dover

Boards line up hearings on sports fields

By Ellen Ishkanian

Natick

Emotional ‘Morrie’ on stage

By Jaclyn Reiss

Natick

Talk on graveyards, past and present

By Jaclyn Reiss

Sherborn

Donate plants for library sale

By Ellen Ishkanian

Upton

Town Hall panel to open bids Tuesday

By Lauren MacCarthy

Framingham

Voters replace two incumbents

By Jaclyn Reiss

Natick

Campbell wins school board seat

By Jaclyn Reiss