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Robert Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy watched as President Kennedy’s coffin was placed in an ambulance at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Nov. 22, the day he was assassinated.

Associated Press File 1963

JFK: 50 years later

Robert F. Kennedy saw conspiracy in JFK’s assassination

Robert F. Kennedy took on some of the Kennedy Administration’s hardest tasks, ones that created dangerous foes, and after the assassination, RFK wondered if one of them had done it.

The Rev. Frank Schaefer with supporters after sentencing at his church trial over performing a same-sex marriage.

Among Methodists, schism over gay rites

A minister’s punishment for presiding over his gay son’s marriage raises questions on whether the church can stay intact.

Deal freezes Iranian nuclear program for 6 months

US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke early Sunday during a news conference after the talks finished.

Alexander Klein/AFP/Getty Images

The United States and five other world powers announced a landmark accord early Sunday that would lay the foundation for a more sweeping agreement.

Martin J. Walsh is helping former rival Charlotte Golar Richie raise funds to pay off election-related debt. She has loaned her campaign $30,000 since Nov. 1.

After election, Martin Walsh is still raising cash

Government watchdogs say soliciting donations could give the perception of influence peddling in the new City Hall administration.

The Nation

JFK: 50 years later

Robert F. Kennedy saw conspiracy in JFK’s assassination

Robert Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy watched as President Kennedy’s coffin was placed in an ambulance at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Nov. 22, the day he was assassinated.

By Bryan Bender and Neil Swidey

Robert F. Kennedy took on some of the Kennedy Administration’s hardest tasks, ones that created dangerous foes, and after the assassination, RFK wondered if one of them had done it.

Sleep therapy aids the mind

By Benedict Carey

Short-term therapy for insomnia could double the likelihood that people recover from depression, a new study said.

Shutdown stalls Antarctic research

By Lenny Bernstein

Contracts for support personnel who fly planes, drive trucks, cook food, run drills, clean dorms, and set up field camps were canceled by the shutdown.

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The World

Deal freezes Iranian nuclear program for 6 months

US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke early Sunday during a news conference after the talks finished.

By Michael R. Gordon

The United States and five other world powers announced a landmark accord early Sunday that would lay the foundation for a more sweeping agreement.

Karzai accuses US forces of killing civilians in a raid

By Rod Nordland

The Afghan president picked another high-profile fight with his US allies, in the midst of a grand council to support a long-term security agreement with the US.

the world today

Sunni leaders close mosques in protest

Iraqi Sunni religious leaders said Saturday they closed the sect’s mosques in Baghdad indefinitely to protest attacks.

Editorial & Opinion

opinion | Jon Garelick

What is Boston’s art plan?

The Os Gêmeos mural in Boston was replaced as scheduled in October by a more subdued piece by Matthew Ritchie.

By Jon Garelick

A creative resurgence in the past five years has begun to challenge Boston’s reputation for stodgy public art.

JOAN VENNOCHI

A casino opponent’s vindication

By Joan Vennochi

Community by community, citizens are now debating all the pros and cons in a concrete versus hypothetical way, says Scott Harshbarger.

JOANNA WEISS

Holiday shopping creep

By Joanna Weiss

There are giant cultural divides in this country, but a less-heralded one surrounds the Thanksgiving shopping culture.

Metro

After election, Martin Walsh is still raising cash

Martin J. Walsh is helping former rival Charlotte Golar Richie raise funds to pay off election-related debt. She has loaned her campaign $30,000 since Nov. 1.

By Jim O’Sullivan and Andrew Ryan

Government watchdogs say soliciting donations could give the perception of influence peddling in the new City Hall administration.

Among Methodists, schism over gay rites

The Rev. Frank Schaefer with supporters after sentencing at his church trial over performing a same-sex marriage.

By Lisa Wangsness

A minister’s punishment for presiding over his gay son’s marriage raises questions on whether the church can stay intact.

Rivera wins Lawrence mayoral election recount

Supporters celebrated with Daniel Rivera following the election recount in Lawrence.

By Maria Sacchetti

Daniel Rivera defeated Mayor William Lantigua by 81 votes after a hand count of more than 15,000 ballots, but Lantigua refused to concede.

Money & Careers

Patients’ advocates press FDA to retain lifesaving drugs

Karen Linscott, of Eden Prairie, Minn., took the leukemia drug Iclusig in a clinical trial. She was among patients who appealed after Iclusig was pulled from the market on Oct. 31.

By Robert Weisman

After Ariad Pharmaceuticals’ leukemia drug was stopped because of potential side effects, patients successfully lobbied to continue taking it.

First Wind grows by aiming low

Andy Doak, a First Wind operations manager, prepared to pop up on top of a turbine at the Bull Hill wind farm.

By Erin Ailworth

Boston-based First Wind follows an unconventional strategy that often avoids ridgelines, builds at lower elevations, and works with environmentalists.

Innovation Economy

Monitors keep a long-distance eye on baby

Rest Devices uses a 3-D printer to make the small, turtle-shaped unit that holds the electronics that monitor the baby and clips on to the onesie.

By Scott Kirsner

In cribs around Boston, several dozen babies have been beta-testing a new product: a onesie festooned with physiological sensors.

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home of the week

Modernist design shines in Lincoln

By John R. Ellement

handyman on call

Sump should help with water in basement

By Peter Hotton

On the job

Where art and technology meet

By Cindy Atoji Keene

Real Estate Now | Scott Van Voorhis

To seal home deal, try writing to the seller

By Scott Van Voorhis

Etiquette at work

Stamp out rudeness in public

By Peter Post

Job doc

How do you build a company culture?

By Patricia Hunt Sinacole

Seven Things you need to know about . . .

Steve Holliday, CEO of National Grid

S&P 500 keeps up 7-week streak

By Steve Rothwell

market movers

Biogen Idec MS drug approved in Europe

By Robert Weisman

personal finance

Keeping sight of the health law’s purpose

By Michelle Singletary

personal finance

What to expect when you pay for day care

By Tara Siegel Bernard

ANTIQUES & cOLLECTIBLES

Antiques & Collectibles

By Virginia Bohlin

Consumer Alert

Mass. health website disrupted by federal chaos

By Mitch Lipka

Sports

Leigh Montville

People holding on to this non-call

Carolina’s Luke Kuechly (59) and New England’s Rob Gronkowski jostled in the end zone during the final play of Monday’s game.

By Leigh Montville

“Gronkgate Hotline. How can I help you?” It’s a little service I started. A bad call sticks in the mind. Sometimes you can’t let it go.

on second thought

Geoff Smith on the road back

Geoff Smith ran up Heartbreak Hill during the 1985 Marathon.

By Kevin Paul Dupont

The two-time Boston Marathon winner, who turned 60 last month, has the itch to race again.

Bruins 3, Hurricanes 2

Bruins beat Hurricanes in overtime

The Bruins celebrated David Krejci’s game-winning goal in overtime.

By Amalie Benjamin

The Hurricanes suffered their fourth straight loss when they fell to the Bruins in overtime on a goal by David Krejci.

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BRUINS notebook

Chad Johnson has been a solid backup plan

By Amalie Benjamin

on hockey

Lacking finishing touch, Bruins shun shootout

By Fluto Shinzawa

Sunday Baseball Notes

Robinson Cano not being shopped well

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Hockey Notes

In last days, former governor Paul Cellucci saved a life

By Fluto Shinzawa

Sunday Football Notes

Josh McDaniels left his mark on Denver

By Ben Volin

Sunday Basketball Notes

Pacers on a mission to take game to the highest level

By Gary Washburn

SCOUTING REPORT

Patriots’ keys to a win over the Broncos

By Jim McBride

broncos at Patriots | 8:30 p.m. | nbc

Patriots have rich history vs. Broncos

By Shalise Manza Young

Dan Shaughnessy

No exaggeration to say season is on the line

By Dan Shaughnessy

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK

Patriots release Leon Washington

By Michael Whitmer

celtics notebook

Kelly Olynyk sidelined by ankle injury

By Gary Washburn

Division 2 state semifinal | St. John’s 37, Springfield Central 32

St. John’s recovers just in time

By Pat Bradley

Division 3 state semifinal | Tewksbury 32, Melrose 14

Pain, gain for Tewksbury

By Stephen Sellner

division 4 state semifinal | Dennis-Yarmouth 21, Bedford 14

Dennis-Yarmouth outlasts Bedford

By Andrew MacDougall

division 4 state semifinal | Doherty 22, Wahconah 16

Great stand for Doherty

By Anthony Gulizia

Division 5 state semifinal | Northbridge 29, Hoosac Valley 22

Koby Schofer carries Northbridge

By Greg Joyce

Division 6 state semifinal

Littleton tramples Turners Falls; Cohasset tops St. Clement

By Lorenzo Recupero and Rick Eggleston

Div. 2 semifinal | Mansfield 41, Waltham 0

Mansfield overpowers Waltham

By Eric Russo

Boston College 29, Maryland 26

BC makes most of second chance

By Michael Vega

UMass-Lowell 3, Notre Dame 1

River Hawks earn weekend sweep

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

Harvard 34, Yale 7

Harvard routs Yale, gets share of Ivy title

By Craig Larson

HARVARD-YALE Notebook

Senior Chris Splinter comes up big for Harvard

By Craig Larson

BC notebook

Andre Williams hits 2,000-yard mark

By Michael Vega

Central Michigan 37, UMass 0

UMass routed by Central Michigan

By John Manzo

College basketball roundup

Harvard women’s coach notches 500th win

Celtics 94, Hawks 87

Celtics snap losing streak with win over Hawks

By Gary Washburn

baseball notebook

MLB notes: Brian McCann, Yankees reach deal

By Peter Abraham

Ideas

The Alfred Russel Wallace revival club

Welsh naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace (1823 - 1913).

By Liz Leyden

A modern effort to pull a scientific pioneer out of Darwin’s shadow.

Want the best person for the job? Don’t interview

By Sarah Laskow

A dreaded ritual doesn’t help employers make good decisions—in fact, it may even hurt.

Uncommon Knowledge

How women candidates get boxed in

By Kevin Lewis

And other surprising insights from the social sciences.

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Brainiac

What depressing novels are for

By Kevin Hartnett

Obituaries

Antonio J. Marino, 92; Lynn’s longest-serving mayor

ANTONIO J. MARINO

By J.M. Lawrence

Mr. Marino was mayor of Lynn longer than anyone in the city’s history; he led the city through the Blizzard of 1978 and a 1981 fire.

Children’s author Charlotte Zolotow, 98, addressed tough subjects

By Margalit Fox

Ms. Zolotow’s books — she wrote more than 70 — discussed loneliness, loss, and longing that others sugar-coated or ignored.

Suzanne Bianchi, 61; gave insight on families

By Paul Vitello

Ms. Bianchi was a social scientist who explored the changing landscape of late-20th-century American families.

Sunday Arts

television

Sugarland’s Nettles settles in for ‘CMA Country Christmas’

“It’s the closest that I’ve gotten to what I loved about those shows like the Carol Bur-netts, Sonny and Chers . . . ‘Hee Haws,’ ” said Jennifer Nettles, who is hosting “CMA Country Christmas” for the fourth time.

By Sarah Rodman

Taped in November at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, the seasonal special hosted by Jennifer Nettles features a constellation of country stars.

Holiday critic’s picks: Television

Lady Gaga joins the Muppets for a holiday show on ABC.

By Sarah Rodman

What holiday-themed shows to watch, including “Lady Gaga & The Muppets Holiday Spectacular.”

theater

North Shore’s tradition of ‘Bah, humbug!’

David Coffee as Ebenezer Scrooge in North Shore Music Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol” in 1992. Coffee will play the role for the 20th time when the company stages the production beginning Dec. 6.

By Rich Fahey

David Coffee will be starring as Ebenezer Scrooge for the 20th time in the North Shore Music Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol.”

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classical music

The Cantata Singers return to Monteverdi’s Vespers

By Jeffrey Gantz

Art Review

In human form, Ramberg’s psycho-sexual drama

By Sebastian Smee

history repeating

Conan O’Brien no stranger to comebacks

By Don Aucoin

Boston-area arts letters

By June Wulff

My Instagram: Linda Nguyen

By Christopher Muther

the one thing

Frye ‘Cameron’ bag has New England all over it

By Marni Elyse Katz

trend

Artisan salt hits Newbury Street

By Beth Teitell

Critic’s picks: Visual art

By Sebastian Smee

Critic’s picks: Dance

By Karen Campbell

Music Review

Free-spirited Bartók with the Philharmonic

By Jeffrey Gantz

Book review

‘White Girls’ by Hilton Als

By Eugenia Williamson

Book review

‘Report from the Interior’ by Paul Auster

By Steven G. Kellman

THE STORY BEHIND THE BOOK

‘Orange’ author part of prison memoir tradition

By Kate Tuttle

new england writers at work

Doris Kearns Goodwin’s long writing process

By Eugenia Williamson

Names

Big Papi busy planning annual charity golf tournament

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Ryback stops by RadioBDC

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Andrei Sakharov’s daughter to speak at screening in Brookline

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

ART, Hilton Als have ‘Trouble in Mind’

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

‘A Soldier’s Story’ at Sunday’s Pats game

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

A benefit for ‘The American Revolution’

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Travel

Awe-inspiring moments on an African safari

In Masai Mara, the wildlife reserve in Kenya, eland antelopes, one of the few game animals the Masai tribe will eat, roam the plains. Below, Suarez with some of his lenses.

By Essdras M Suarez

At each of the camps, the connection with Africa’s wildlife and its majestic landscape felt simultaneously intimate and primal.

Tips for photographing while on safari

By Essdras M Suarez

Be mindful of the golden light: Get in position before sunrise, ready to shoot, so you catch early twilight. And stay out during sunset and a bit afterward for the warm hues of dusk, and the beginning of the cool tones of night.

Uncovering New England’s Viking connections

Even Newport, R.I., claims ancient Viking blood, with its Viking ship weather vane atop City Hall.

By Christopher Klein

The Hub might seem to be a strange place to honor a medieval Icelandic-born adventurer, but for centuries New Englanders have theorized that Leif Erikson led a Viking settlement here.

Magazine

Holiday Style

Gift guide: 50 items to please the cooks, the geeks, the creative types, and everyone else on your list

FURBY BOOM, $64.99 AT TARGET: 550 Arsenal Street, Watertown, 617-924-6574, and other locations, target.com

By Marni Elyse Katz and Rachel Raczka

These 50 gorgeous gifts, priced from less than $10 to $250, are sure to please everyone on your list.

Holiday Style

Come one, come all

By Text Sheryl Julian and recipes by Merry White

An around-the-world menu from the 40th anniversary edition of “Cooking for Crowds.”

Perspective

Stuck in neutral

By Jim Braude

There’s nothing like holiday gridlock to show why it’s time to get behind high-speed rail.

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First Person

Behind the badge

Style Watch

Tastefully merry

By Jaci Conry

Miss Conduct

Go and make memories

By Robin Abrahams

Cooking

Recipes for the after-party

By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Cranberry-apple crostada

Dinner With Cupid

Last one standing

Connections

From tragedy, a holiday tradition

By Sarah Shemkus

Tales From the City

When you say everywhere . . .

Globe North

Young or old, they have that magic

Magician Eugene Burger demonstrates a trick to Anthony Palladino, Michael Charles, and Dennis Zhou at a magic show in Peabody.

By Taryn Plumb

Derek Dubois, 14, performs at birthday parties, corporate events, and retirement homes. He’s also president of a chapter of the Society of Young Magicians.

Their love of the sleight-of-hand

Why three local men — from Andover, Peabody, and Salem — love magic

At 35, regional hospice is ready for a new name

Diane Stringer, head of Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Bos-ton, joins applause for its new name at Monday’s unveiling in Peabody.

By Wendy Killeen

Hospice of the North Shore & Greater Boston is becoming Care Dimensions, to highlight its range of services for those with life-limiting disease.

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Wakefield

Church tower lease is opposed

By Christian M. Wade

Who Taught You to Drive?

Four reasons why the car won’t start

By Peter DeMarco

High School Soccer

Masconomet pulls off title win for its injured captain

By Taylor C. Snow

sports notebook

Reading’s Healy honing her skills at Richmond

By Anthony Gulizia

Beverly

Councilors approve waterfront restaurant project

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Malden

Grant will aid City Hall demolition

By Jarret Bencks

Medford

New Public Works garage proposed

By Kathy McCabe

Stoneham

Toy donations sought at tree lighting

By Brenda J. Buote

Tewksbury

Town Hall offices move during renovations

By John Laidler

Wakefield

Robotics company receives $1.5m state loan

By John Laidler

Winchester

Bridget Brigade Foundation holding benefit bash

By Brenda J. Buote

Boxford

Selectmen hope to fill vacant positions

By David Rattigan

North Andover

Senior Care bringing Christmas spirit

By Brenda J. Buote

Wenham

Committee positions remain open

By David Rattigan

Globe South

Haven for the faithful

Males and females are separated for prayers and social gatherings at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s mosque in Sharon. The minority Islamic group has worked to promote peace and has held blood drives in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

By Jennette Barnes

Baitun Nasir Mosque in Sharon is one of just 60 or so mosques in the United States in the Ahmadi tradition.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in a snapshot

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community by the numbers.

Beliefs of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

What the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community believes.

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Hanover

Town mulls owning utility

By Cara Bayles

Foxborough

Liquor license denial decried

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Dedham

Voters reject plans for municipal hub

By Dave Eisenstadter

Foxborough

Beefed-up milk rules debated

By Johanna Seltz

Beverly Beckham

A penny, an afternoon adventure

By Beverly Beckham

Dining out

Living large on Italian fare at Mia Regazza

By Ellen Albanese

people

Marion minister gets sabbatical grant

By Paul E. Kandarian

high School Soccer

Gabby Kenyon caps title run with winner in state final

By Peter Cappiello

Quincy

North Quincy athletic field upgrade planned

By Jessica Bartlett

Norwell

Dog kennel sparks noise complaints

By Juliet Pennington

Plymouth

Thanksgiving celebrations

By Emily Sweeney

Cohasset

Interns needed for environmental program

By Johanna Seltz

Weymouth

A higher cost for public pot smoking

By Johanna Seltz

Rockland

Artist studios open to public

By Cara Bayles

Pembroke

Holiday gift drive

By John Laidler

Milton

Art center gets reprieve on rent hike

By Jessica Bartlett

Marshfield

Town accepts land donation

By Jennette Barnes

Kingston

New identity for mall

By Robert Knox

Holbrook

Report studies school merger with Avon

By Jennette Barnes

Scituate

New restaurant for Scituate inn

By Jessica Bartlett

Duxbury

Trolley rides and more next Sunday

By Jean Lang

Avon

Go-ahead for new DPW

By Johanna Seltz

Bridgewater

Medical marijuana zoning approved

By Jennette Barnes

Canton

Town holds foreclosure auction

By Dave Eisenstadter

Brockton

Brockton schools evaluated

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Carver

New fire station funding OK’d

By Robert Knox

Dedham

Special Toys for Tots collection

By Dave Eisenstadter

East Bridgewater

Public might use school track

By Rich Fahey

Easton

New detective chosen

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Foxborough

Underage drinking sanctions

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Freetown

Searching for new superintendent

By Juliet Pennington

Hanson

Little change in tax bills

By John Laidler

Mansfield

Pub approved for liquor license

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Marion

Land trust hosting dog walk

By Paul E. Kandarian

Middleborough

Town deemed in slots parlor’s orbit

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Mattapoisett

Voters pass most articles

By Paul E. Kandarian

Norton

Town's credit rating improves

By John Laidler

Norwood

Selectmen support new DPW facility

By Jean Lang

Raynham

Town taps lawyers

By John Laidler

Rochester

Voters to consider CPA tax

By Paul E. Kandarian

Sharon

New library director

By Jennette Barnes

Stoughton

Master plan forum Monday

By Rich Fahey

Walpole

No reprieve for old house

By Johanna Seltz

Wareham

Superintendent seeking advisers

By Emily Sweeney

Whitman

Police chief fires back on social media

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Globe West

Thanksgivings past and present

For Orchard House director Jan Turnquist, Thanksgiving means making a family cranberry recipe; the holiday also was special for author Louisa May Alcott (below left) and President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

By Nancy Shohet West

Thanksgiving is for feasting and giving thanks – and for nostalgia, whether you are author Louisa May Alcott, Orchard House’s Jan Turnquist, or historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.

Brookline

Town meetings keep surveillance cameras

By Brock Parker

Four years after asking selectmen to remove the town’s street surveillance cameras, Brookline Town Meeting backed off a similar proposal last week.

Brookline

Border rule for schools studied

By Brock Parker

Officials are considering a policy change that could prohibit some people whose homes straddle the town line from sending their children to Brookline public schools.

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Groton

Voters pave the way for new inn

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

College Bound

Intellectually disabled students find few options

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Devens

Film studio is ready for its close-up

By Scott Van Voorhis

Framingham

Appeal filed for health center

By Calvin Hennick

Upton

Town Hall sets up online access

By Rachel Lebeaux

Plainville

Police warn of car break-ins on Route 1

By Rachel Lebeaux

Medway

Collection drive to aid food pantries

By Rachel Lebeaux

Franklin

Turkey Trot will benefit food pantry

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bellingham

Town seeking snowplow contractors

By Rachel Lebeaux

Ashland

Peace posters on display at library

By Rachel Lebeaux

Wrentham

Children’s movie at library Friday

By Abby Jordan

Norfolk

Send holiday cards to military

By Abby Jordan

Medfield

Learn how to make gingerbread house

By Abby Jordan

Framingham

Crowd-funding bid for downtown mural

By Megan McKee

Holliston

Holiday Stroll downtown on Saturday

By Ellen Ishkanian

Hopkinton

Panel narrows field for police chief’s job

By Ellen Ishkanian

Milford

Jingle Bell Jamboree next Sunday

By Ellen Ishkanian

Arlington

New town counsel to start Dec. 16

By Emily Cataneo

Concord

Special session to convene Dec. 4

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Belmont

Deadline for Underwood Pool survey

By Emily Cataneo

Belmont

Winslow Homer-inspired art in gallery

By Emily Cataneo

Sudbury

Selectmen posts list of goals

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Brookline

Teaching teens about philanthropy

By Brock Parker

Acton

Reception with artist Cooper at library Sunday

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Brookline

Learn about Commonwealth Care changes

By Brock Parker

Berlin

Session OK’s Riverbridge amendments

By Matt Gunderson

Lexington

Arts society to host holiday market

By Emily Cataneo

Wayland

Library to host talk on Himalayan trek

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Littleton

Excursion to hear American Boychoir

By Nancy Shohet West

Weston

Talk on astrophysics at observatory

By Andrew Clark

Westborough

Interfaith service on Thanksgiving Eve

By Jennifer Roach

Boxborough

Toys for Tots box at firehouse

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Boylston

Naughton seeks to classify salvia as drug

By Matt Gunderson

Watertown

Prison term for former police officer

By Jaclyn Reiss

Pepperell

Library plans tree-lighting festivities

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Southborough

Call for Gobble Wobble volunteers

By Jennifer Roach

Watertown

Guilty plea by former councilor Bailey

By Jaclyn Reiss

Northborough

Be Santa to a local senior

By Jennifer Roach

Waltham

Holiday festivities on common Friday

By Jaclyn Reiss

Bedford

Pay real estate taxes online

By Nancy Shohet West

Carlisle

Post-Thanksgiving walk in Estabrook Woods

By Nancy Shohet West

Maynard

Reading by Andre Dubus III

By Calvin Hennick

Harvard

Cronins share veterans award

By Davis Bushnell

Groton

CodeRed offers emergency notifications

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Ayer

Cultural Council seeking volunteers

By Davis Bushnell

Marlborough

Register for winter recreation programs

By Calvin Hennick

Stow

Cautionary tale on bogus callers

By Matt Gunderson

Bolton

Hogan cites achievements in House

By Matt Gunderson

Hudson

Overnight parking ban in effect

By Calvin Hennick

Shrewsbury

Race to aid Alzheimer’s on Thursday

By Abby Jordan

Dunstable

Firefighters to hold Christmas parade

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Shirley

Holiday jam session at Meeting House

By Rachel Lebeaux