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Menino is being treated for advanced cancer

Never one to back down, 71-year-old former mayor of Boston Thomas Menino says, “we’ll get through this.”

Rick Kuhn (No. 35, fourth from left), Ernie Cobb (No. 14, left in first row), and Jim Sweeney (No. 21, right in first row) were part of the 1978-1979 BC basketball team.

When ‘Goodfellas’ collided with BC basketball

Over three decades ago, a point-shaving scandal featuring some notorious gangsters ensnared BC’s basketball team.

‘Diversity float’ will be part of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

A contingent from South Boston’s Lower End that includes gay residents has been embraced by the parade’s longtime sponsor.

Doctors open offices in Mass. to prescribe marijuana

The 2012 referendum is giving rise to a new niche in the state: physicians turned medical marijuana specialists.

Peace cranes hang in Dnepropetrovsk, where the Crimea crisis looms large.

JESSICA RINALDI/GLOBE STAFF

Crisis stirs old fears for Ukraine’s Jews

Recent clashes and the tension in Crimea worry a community that has enjoyed a renaissance in recent decades.

The Nation

Surgeon general nominee runs into Senate resistance

Dr. Vivek Hallegere Murthy testified on Feb. 4 before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing on his nomination as surgeon general.

By Matt Viser and Noah Bierman

The White House may delay a confirmation vote for Vivek H. Murthy, a doctor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Democrats fear Obama hurting their prospects

After a Democrat lost a special House election in Florida, New York Representative Steve Israel (right) asked the White House political director for additional help on Wednesday.

By Jonathan Martin and Ashley Parker

Democrats are becoming alarmed about their midterm election fortunes amid Obama’s sinking approval ratings.

Native Americans struggle with high rate of youth suicides

Richard Stone (left) and Tyler Owens stood near a Sacaton, Ariz., tree where a Native American girl and her father both committed suicide.

By Sari Horwitz

The level of suicide has startled some officials, who consider the epidemic another outcome of what they see as pervasive despair.

The World

ALL THINGS CATHOLIC | John L. Allen Jr.

Meet the Philippine Pope Francis

Archbishop of Manila Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle (center) is a moderate who prefers seeking compromise to bringing down fire and brimstone.

By John L. Allen Jr.

The Globe’s John L. Allen Jr. also focuses on Catholic saturation in the Philippines, the risk of importing priests, and Rome’s station churches.

Crisis stirs old fears for Ukraine’s Jews

Peace cranes hang in Dnepropetrovsk, where the Crimea crisis looms large.

By David Filipov

Recent clashes and the tension in Crimea worry a community that has enjoyed a renaissance in recent decades.

Crime inquiry opens over lost plane

Investigators believe someone aboard the airliner deliberately shut off its communications and tracking systems.

By Keith Bradsher and Chris Buckley

Malaysia declared that the missing plane had been deliberately diverted.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | Dante ramos

Will Mass. legalize marijuana before happy hour?

By Dante Ramos

The differing prospects of happy hour and marijuana speak volumes about the political and cultural climate in Massachusetts.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Don’t let Markey hedge on Herbalife

William A. Ackman, left, bet $1 billion on Herbalife’s collapse. Senator Ed Markey, right, may have aided Ackman’s cause.

By Joan Vennochi

What Ed Markey’s staff knew but he allegedly didn’t is a little too close for ethical comfort.

JEFF JACOBY

The punchline is Obama’s dignity

President Barack Obama sits for an interview on the comedy show, “Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis.”

By Jeff Jacoby

President Obama appearing on the website Funny or Die diminished the president and the nation he represents.

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letters | Cancer science leaning more on industry funds

Another sign of a frightening trend toward corporate sway

letters | Cancer science leaning more on industry funds

Shift in funding poses serious ethical concerns

Letters | All eyes on the future of the mfa

For Rogers, there’s a blemish on his glorious canvas

Letters | All eyes on the future of the mfa

Cutting-edge offerings draw younger crowd

Letters | All eyes on the future of the mfa

Think not just outside the box but off the avenue

letters | when the sea taketh

If it comes, they’ll rebuild it

letters | readers take the gloves off

Picture is worth a thousand aches

opinion | tom keane

Red flags, not red-baiting, on wage petition

By Tom Keane

opinion | daniel benjamin

Politics can make for fitting envoys

By Daniel Benjamin

opinion | kathy m. newman

‘The LEGO Movie’ may be anti-business but kids need to hear it

By Kathy M. Newman

opinion | nancy luther

Don’t ostracize young GOP with tired abortion fight

By Nancy Luther

opinon | alex kingsbury

A Kevlar vest, still under the bed, is difficult to destroy

By Alex Kingsbury

Metro

Menino is being treated for advanced cancer

Thomas M. Menino began an intravenous chemotherapy regimen early this month.

By Brian McGrory and Andrew Ryan

Never one to back down, 71-year-old former mayor of Boston Thomas Menino says, “we’ll get through this.”

Doctors open offices in Mass. to prescribe marijuana

Nancy Nangeroni, who says she has suffered neck, shoulder, and back pain since a 2004 auto accident, brought her medical records with her in a visit to  Dr. Joey Rottman to get certified for medical marijuana.

By Liz Kowalczyk

The 2012 referendum is giving rise to a new niche in the state: physicians turned medical marijuana specialists.

‘Diversity float’ will be part of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Steve Martin and Randy Foster got some help building a float for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade from the Keenan family in South Boston.

By Andrew Ryan

A contingent from South Boston’s Lower End that includes gay residents has been embraced by the parade’s longtime sponsor.

Money & Careers

Panama Canal expansion to have major impact on Boston

Work is underway (top) to expand the Panama Canal. A ship (below) passed through the locks.

By Katie Johnston

The canal expansion, combined with a plan to dredge Boston Harbor, could generate billions, Massport says.

Innovation Economy

Online marketplaces all about connections

Christine Rizk (left) and Anna Palmer cofounded the Fashion Project to sell new and used apparel online.

By Scott Kirsner

A wave of local startups are connecting bands with venues, snowplow drivers with homeowners, diners with restaurants, and private coaches with aspiring athletes.

A flurry of bank IPOs hit Massachusetts

By Deirdre Fernandes

Hyde Park-based Blue Hills Bank is the most recent institution to announce an initial public offering.

Sports

When ‘Goodfellas’ collided with BC basketball

Rick Kuhn (No. 35, fourth from left), Ernie Cobb (No. 14, left in first row), and Jim Sweeney (No. 21, right in first row) were part of the 1978-1979 BC basketball team.

By Bob Hohler

Over three decades ago, a point-shaving scandal featuring some notorious gangsters ensnared BC’s basketball team.

Julian Edelman agrees to deal with Patriots

Julian Edelman (11) will return to the Patriots after a breakout season in 2013.

By Ben Volin

In a busy day for New England, the Patriots didn’t let Tom Brady’s top receiver last season walk away in free agency.

Derek Kellogg returns UMass basketball to prominence

Derek Kellogg had a clear vision for UMass: return it to national relevance, as it was when he was a point guard for the Minutemen.

By Michael Whitmer

Kellogg, the former UMass guard, is leading the Minutemen back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 16 years.

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ON SECOND THOUGHT

Ball and strike announcements? Count me out

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Christopher L. Gasper

Time for BC to get rid of Steve Donahue

By Christopher L. Gasper

Spring Training Report

Red Sox fall to Phillies, 4-1

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Football Notes

NFL teams spend early part of free agency spending

By Ben Volin

Sunday Hockey Notes

Rich Peverley alive because of NHL protocol

By Fluto Shinzawa

Sunday Baseball Notes

Stephen Drew, Kendrys Morales work together on patience

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Basketball Notes

Ex-Celtic Gerald Green finds a home in Phoenix

By Gary Washburn

on baseball

Red Sox outfield depth could lead to a deal

By Nick Cafardo

red sox notebook

Jon Lester looks sharp in matchup with Cliff Lee

By Nick Cafardo

bruins 5, hurricanes 1

Bruins post 8th straight win

By Amalie Benjamin

On hockey

Bruins defensemen fight for playoff position

By Fluto Shinzawa

bruins notebook

Johnny Boychuk laughs through the pain

By Amalie Benjamin

Girls’ Division 3 state final | st. mary’s 74, hoosac 36

St. Mary’s wins Division 3 girls’ basketball state title

By Joseph Saade

Division 3 state final | Spellman 61, Tyngsboro 51

Cardinal Spellman wins Division 3 boys’ state title

By Jacob Feldman

girls’ division 2 state basketball final | Arlington Catholic 43, Longmeadow 35

Arlington Catholic girls capture Div. 2 title

By Michelle Fenelon

Division 1 state girls basketball final

Braintree girls in control

By Michelle Fenelon

division 1 state boys basketball final

Putnam slips by Central Catholic

By Jake Fischer

BC 4, Notre Dame 2

Johnny Gaudreau keeps BC alive

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

division 2 state final | New Mission 53, Concord-Carlisle 43

New Mission captures its third title

By Jake Fischer

Union 1, Revolution 0

Revolution shut out once again

By Kevin Koczwara

Vermont 3, UMass-Lowell 2

Vermont forces UMass-Lowell to 3d game

By Barbara Matson

Northeastern 5, UNH 4

Northeastern evens Hockey East series

By Anthony Gulizia

Army 68, Holy Cross 58

Holy Cross can’t keep up with Army

Ideas

The poor neglected gifted child

By Amy Crawford

Precocious children do seem to become high-achieving adults. Why that makes some educators worried about America’s future.

Q&A

The joy of cooking insects

Chocolate cupcakes made with buffalo worms.

By Chris Wright

In the future we’ll need to eat bugs and worms, say the authors of a new cookbook, so we might as well learn to like it.

What the GDP doesn’t show about America

GOOD FOR THE GDP? The rebuilding after a natural disaster registers as economic activity.

By Diane Coyle

It’s powerful, useful, and flawed. How to better measure what matters.

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The Word

The long war over the Ukrainian language

By Britt Peterson

Uncommon Knowledge

When kids decide black people feel less pain

By Kevin Lewis

Brainiac

Fact-checking the ‘300’ movie

By Kevin Hartnett

Obituaries

Dave O’Brien, 57; headed NU athletics department

Mr. O’Brien was an authority on legal issues facing athletic departments.

By Marvin Pave

Mr. O’Brien was an authority on legal issues facing athletic departments.

David Brenner, 78; comedian seen on ‘Tonight Show’

Mr. Brenner held a tie given to Frank Zappa in 1986, on “Nightlife.” Zappa was with his children Dweezil and Moon Unit.

By Lynn Elber

Mr. Brenner’s brand of observational comedy became a staple for other stand-ups.

Hal Douglas, 89; known for narrating movie trailers

By Paul Vitello

Mr. Douglas was a voice-over artist who narrated thousands of trailers in a gravelly baritone heard by “audiences everywhere.”

Sunday Arts

critic’s notebook

Small changes add up at the MFA

The world-famous Greek coin “Dekadrachm of Syracuse with quadriga.”

By Sebastian Smee

Over the past 18 months, the museum has quietly opened many small but brilliant new galleries.

third ear

Looking for boldness in a new era at the BSO

Andris Nelsons takes the reins as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra next fall.

By Jeremy Eichler

For a truly transformational tenure, Andris Nelsons must expand the BSO’s reach not only through compelling performances but by renewing the mission.

books

Susanna Kaysen: The chronicler of ‘Cambridge’

Susanna Kaysen says she found the success of  “Girl, Interrupted” confusing.

By Matthew Gilbert

With her new novel, “Cambridge,” the celebrated author of “Girl, Interrupted” is still writing about her hometown.

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photography

Robert Capa beyond black and white

By Mark Feeney

Top Picks

Look back and ‘Let It Go’

By Tom Russo

Irish eyes are watching

By Peter Keough

Scene Here

Chlotrudis celebrates 20 years of awards

By Loren King

history repeating

In Conan’s footsteps, hearing footsteps

By James Sullivan

feedback

Boston-area arts letters

By June Wulff

My Instagram: Alexander Ingram

By Christopher Muther

the one thing

Brushstrokes, florals, graffiti on trend for spring

By Marni Elyse Katz

fashion

All hail the 60-something cosmetics models

By Hayley Kaufman

The ticket: Visual art

By Sebastian Smee

The ticket: Pop music

By James Reed

The ticket: Classical music

By Jeremy Eichler

The ticket: Dance

By Karen Campbell

The ticket: Television

By Matthew Gilbert

quick bite

The Merchant is stylish at all hours

By Devra First

Movie Review

Tyler Perry wields a ‘Club’ in latest film

By Peter Keough

war and Woolf

George Packer

By Amy Sutherland

book review

‘Cass R. Sunstein’ by Cass R. Sunstein

By Miles Unger

Book review

‘Kinder than Solitude’ by Yiyun Li

By John Freeman

the story behind the book

Local history and second acts at Boston Public Library

By Kate Tuttle

SEVEN BOOKS ABOUT . . .

Overcoming obstacles

By Katharine Whittemore

New England Literary NEWS

NoViolet Bulawayo wins Hemingway/PEN Award

By Jan Gardner

Local bestsellers

By Alex Stills

Travel

Drawn by a horse and old-time romance in Ireland

The author’s co-pilot navigates the road to Moneystown.

By Thomas Breathnach

Caravans have emerged as the nation’s latest trend and ecofriendly staycation.

travel

A luxury escape in East Cork, Ireland

Fishing boats

By Thomas Breathnach

The Castlemartyr Resort, one of the country’s most exclusive hotels, has the hallmarks of an Irish period drama.

If you go . . .

If you go to see Ireland in a caravan

If you go to see Ireland in a caravan.

Magazine

How Bryce Florie found his way

Former Red Sox relief pitcher Bryce Florie.

By Scott Helman

Nearly blinded by a line drive 13 years ago, the former Red Sox pitcher is making a new life for himself in the game he loves.

Sneaker freaks live to buy, sell, trade shoes

A sneaker resell event called Boston Got Sole 2, held in January at Boston’s Villa Victoria, drew some thousand collectors.

By Sandra A. Miller

Shoes are an obsession, and sometimes a lucrative one, for these collectors.

Cooking

Recipes for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration

Darina Allen’s shanagarry salad.

By Adam Ried

Three recipes — Shanagarry Salad, Dublin Coddle, and Irish Coffee Cream Meringue — make a very modern Irish meal.

Globe North

Suburban gang outposts

Among Greater Boston suburbs, Brockton, Lynn, and Framingham are three communities struggling with reported gang activity.

Profit-driven, gangs move off the local street corners

Former Lynn gang rivals Jeron Reddick and Francisco Paulino now work together for gang peace, but their old groups are still up and running.

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Jeron Reddick became J-ROC and was known for never turning down a fight as a member of the Bloods.

Stepping through time, with dance in her heart

Isabella Fiore, 7, of Methuen, focuses on her technique during a recent O’Shea-Chaplin Academy dance class in Lawrence.

By Kathy Shiels Tully

“I didn’t really want to teach. I just wanted to dance forever,” says Rita O’Shea, Boston’s grande dame of Irish dance.

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Health board, manager at odds

By David Rattigan

Somerville

A wedding after almost 40 years together

By Lauren Spencer

dining out

In Burlington, one more fish in the sea of eateries

By Stephanie Schorow

Sports Notebook

Billerica’s Whiteway cranks up scoring for UMass

By Peter Cappiello

Arts

A musical tribute to Carole King

By Wendy Killeen

Suburban Diary

A Medford expat plumbs the subtleties of Irish culture

By Steve Coronella

Everett

Free health guidance offered to seniors

By John Laidler

Medford

Six new police officers attend academy

By Kathy McCabe

Reading

Cultural Council seeks community feedback

By Brenda J. Buote

Somerville

Meeting planned about new park

By Brock Parker

Beverly

Facade and sign program slated

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Boxford

Design for proposed new library on display

By David Rattigan

Hamilton

Two contested races in upcoming election

By David Rattigan

Ipswich

Talk on Shackleton scheduled at library

By David Rattigan

Marblehead

Selectmen award two contracts

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Newburyport

Free poetry event for Mass. Audubon members

By Brenda J. Buote

North Andover

Three locals receive Pristash Awards

By Brenda J. Buote

Peabody

Library opens Creativity Lab

By John Laidler

Globe South

Born in the USA

At Roxie’s in Quincy, Edward Rubin carries two slabs of brisket to the tenderizing machine, preparing to make grey corned beef.

By Rich Fahey

If you’re looking for corned beef, there aren’t many places better than the area south of Boston.

Corned beef is more American than Irish

By Rich Fahey

While we can hardly imagine a St. Patrick’s Day without corned beef and cabbage, the Irish themselves seldom eat it.

Randolph

D.C. educator to lead schools

Thomas Anderson

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

The Randolph School Committee has selected a Washington, D.C., assistant superintendent to be the fourth person in six years to head the town’s public schools.

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Flood concerns heard by Congress

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

8th plymouth

A race heated from start

By John Laidler

brockton

Mayor wants Hayden as top cop

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Who Taught You to Drive?

Bill would open door for more special plates

By Peter DeMarco

Beverly Beckham

Longing for the good old telephone

By Beverly Beckham

Globe South Community Bulletin Board

By Compiled Kyle Plantz

High School Basketball

Duxbury looks ahead after near-perfect record

By Jacob Feldman

Notebook

Middleborough grad drawing MLB scouts

By John R. Johnson

West Bridgewater

Voter registration deadline Friday

By Rich Fahey

Stoughton

School Building Committee seeks members

By Rich Fahey

Marion

Town boards need volunteers

By Paul Kandarian

Avon

Avon rewarded for turning in mercury

By Johanna Seltz

East Bridgewater

Selectmen extend 2 contracts

By Rich Fahey

Freetown

Only one race contested for town election

By Juliet Pennington

Mattapoisett

One-man tour of theater history

By Paul Kandarian

Mansfield

Officials work to present balanced budget

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Foxborough

School Committee names turf field after Sam Berns

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Bridgewater

Grant could aid church restoration

By Jennette Barnes

Middleborough

Teacher wants to open bakery

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Milton

Contractor fined for safety violations

By Matt Rocheleau

Pembroke

Murder mystery play at the library

By John Laidler

Brockton

Mayor withdraws lawsuit against council

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Canton

Evidence against suspect emerges

By Dave Eisenstadter

Quincy

Housing developer receives tax credits

By Katheleen Conti

Carver

Get ready for kindergarten

By Robert Knox

Dedham

Volunteer program receives national grant

By Dave Eisenstadter

Scituate

Leave odd items on the beach

By Johanna Seltz

Weymouth

Capstone projects at high school

By Johanna Seltz

Norwood

Selectmen’s race heats up

By Jean Lang

Plymouth

Gearing up for town elections

By Emily Sweeney

Cohasset

Cohasset Harbor dredging set for fall

By Johanna Seltz

Wareham

Town to auction off real estate

By Emily Sweeney

Duxbury

March 24 send-off for Oates

By Jean Lang

Holbrook

Police union opposes ballot question

By Jennette Barnes

Plympton

Health officials ban synthetic marijuana

By Juliet Pennington

Westwood

Church sells Parish Hall property

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Whitman

Residents to vote on Fire Department dispatch services

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Kingston

Archeology lessons from town site

By Robert Knox

Marshfield

Mock trial team goes to final four

By Jennette Barnes

Randolph

Meeting scheduled for groups wanting preservation funds

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Globe West

Wellesley College remembers trial by fire

College Hall, the centerpiece structure and original building on the Wellesley campus, was left an empty shell by a fire on March 17, 1914.

By Jaclyn Reiss

No one was hurt in a devastating 1914 fire at Wellesley College, but the blaze would cause an existential crisis at the then 39-year-old institution.

Framingham

Decision boosts Marist project

By Jarret Bencks

A proposed treatment center at the former Marist Retreat Center will be considered an educational institute, allowing it to bypass certain restrictions.

Shrewsbury

On taxes, it’s needs vs. squeeze

Members of Shrewsbury for Responsible Taxation include  (from left) Robert Koenig, Brian Austin, Jim Goodwin, Christopher Kirk, Nick Gatzios, John Martin, Ben Tartaglia, Charles Garabedian, and Rick Koenig.

By John Dyer

When it comes to property taxes, Christopher Kirk sometimes feels like he’s battling the tide.

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Newton

Parents question school project

By Ellen Ishkanian

High School Basketball

After loss, Bellingham had seasons to cherish

By Phil Perry

Westborough

Casino benefit for In Your Shoes

By Jennifer Roach

Boylston

Smart technology in the classroom

By Matt Gunderson

Arlington

Army band to perform in Town Hall

By Emily Cataneo

Southborough

Regional forum on rights for parents, children

By Jennifer Roach

Belmont

Vote on Underwood Pool tax increase

By Emily Cataneo

Lexington

‘Jewel Tones’ show opens next weekend

By Emily Cataneo

Shirley

Register for summer recreation programs

By Rachel Lebeaux

Carlisle

Forum to explore Town Meeting issues

By Nancy Shohet West

Lexington

Community farm offering harvest shares

By Emily Cataneo

Bedford

Free assistance with tax returns

By Nancy Shohet West

Needham

Ross to meet with local constituents

By Jaclyn Reiss

Maynard

Hearing on charter proposals Tuesday

By Calvin Hennick

Newton

Kitchen tour to benefit playground

By Ellen Ishkanian

Harvard

Schools fund-raiser offers dinner, play

By Davis Bushnell

Waltham

Forum on coyotes set for April 23

By Jaclyn Reiss

Northborough

Library’s annual book sale this week

By Jennifer Roach

Watertown

Fair offers information for parents

By Jaclyn Reiss

Wayland

Historical group compiling list of town notables

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Ayer

Vacancy for barn-animal inspector job

By Davis Bushnell

Newton

Latin food, music, dancing at City Hall

By Ellen Ishkanian

Marlborough

‘Glitz and Glam’ charity ball April 5

By Calvin Hennick

Shrewsbury

Lake refilling to begin this week

By Abby Jordan

Boxborough

Council awards cultural grants

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Bolton

Caucus puts nominees on ballot

By Matt Gunderson

Hudson

Selectmen finalize Town Meeting warrant

By Calvin Hennick

Berlin

Board sets scholarship deadline

By Matt Gunderson

Littleton

Board OK’s Great Road housing project

By Nancy Shohet West

Acton

Talk on sleep’s role in healthy heart

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Sudbury

Bill includes funds for rail bed, new bridge

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Pepperell

Meet the candidates Tuesday night

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Concord

Orchestra performing spring program

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Groton

Absentee ballots for April 1 vote

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Sudbury

Forum on proposed police station Tuesday

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Concord

Talk on pioneering feminist Margaret Fuller

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Ashland

Survey on proposed music, arts festival

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bellingham

Two-town rabies clinic Saturday

By Rachel Lebeaux

Franklin

Education group hosting trivia bee

By Rachel Lebeaux

Medfield

‘Power of Music’ at high school

By Abby Jordan

Natick

Warning against texting while driving

By Jaclyn Reiss

Plainville

Chat with Registry of Deeds officials

By Rachel Lebeaux

Sherborn

‘Thor’ author to discuss comic books

By Ellen Ishkanian

Wrentham

Special session to cover contracts

By Abby Jordan

Milford

Library hosts free English classes

By Ellen Ishkanian

Hopkinton

Running from zero to 5K

By Ellen Ishkanian

Dover

Town offering rabies shots on March 29

By Ellen Ishkanian

Framingham

Camera club hosts Acadia presentation

By Megan McKee

Natick

Sign up for new community garden

By Megan McKee

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