Front page

A jersey worn by Boston native and Phoenix Coyotes player Keith Yandle was in the living room of the Richard's family home in Dorchester.

Part one of two

For Richard family, loss and love

They had to be in that Boylston Street crowd on Marathon Day, cheering passing runners. The horror that followed, and their quiet courage in the face of it, will bind Boston’s hearts to theirs, forever. By David Abel

Teri Hensick, conservator of paintings, worked on the “Hunger March” fresco for the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge.

Michele McDonald for The Boston Globe

After 6 years, Harvard Art Museums reemerging

The $350 million project has increased gallery space by 40 percent and added study centers, a cafe, and a dramatic, pyramid-like glass roof.

Changing N.H. demographics may help Scott Brown

About two-thirds of adults were born in another state, a quarter of them in Massachusetts.

The methadone clinic on Topeka Street in Boston is one of 13 Habit OPCO locations in Massachusetts. Such clinics can be lifesavers for addicts trying to kick opiates.

Bain Capital sees opportunity in methadone clinics

The Boston-based private equity firm recently took over the largest chain of substance treatment facilities in the state.

The Nation

Witnesses saw fire on truck before deadly bus accident

Emergency workers examined wreckage from the crash Thursday in Orland, Calif., in which a tractor-trailer truck and a tour bus collided.

By Fenit Nirappil and Joan Lowy

A spokeswoman for California Highway Patrol said she could not confirm if the truck was on fire before Thursday’s deadly collision.

Once considered secure, pooled pensions are failing

By Mary Williams Walsh

The pensions belong to people in multiemployer plans — big pooled investment funds with many sponsoring companies and a union.

Online skimming habits alter print-reading abilities

By Michael S. Rosenwald

Word lovers and scientists have called for a “slow reading” campaign, taking a branding cue from the “slow food” movement.

The World

Two Ukraine police stations taken over

Members of the Berkut, a disbanded police riot squad, arrived in Donetsk on Saturday and occupied the police station.

By Peter Leonard

A Ukrainian official described the unrest as ‘‘Russian aggression.”

Factions in Syria exchange blame for new gas attack

By Bassem Mroue

Syrian government media and rebel forces blamed each other for an attack that reportedly injured scores of people.

Iran rejects naming new UN envoy after US refusal

By Ali Akbar Dareini

The standoff comes as world powers negotiate with Iran over its contested nuclear program.

Editorial & Opinion

JEFF JACOBY

Where is the feminist anger at Brandeis?

Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

By Jeff Jacoby

Progressives should be outraged that Brandeis University rescinded its offer of an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a critic of Islam.

TOM KEANE

World economy no longer hangs on the US

A pro-Russian protester shouts slogans in front of Ukrainian riot police in central Donetsk last month. International issues color the International Monetary Fund’s world outlook.

By Tom Keane

Thirty years ago, America accounted for one-quarter of world output. Today it’s down to one-fifth.

JOAN VENNOCHI

To remain DA, Ryan must prove she can effectively lead

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan.

By Joan Vennochi

The jury is still out on Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan — mostly due to the Jared Remy case.

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opinion | Anthony A. Braga and Edward L. Glaeser

‘Stop-and-frisk’ won’t work for Boston

By Anthony A. Braga and Edward L. Glaeser

letters | money where their mouth is

Dollars don’t vote, but they do limit voters’ options

letters | money where their mouth is

Oligarchy defense disguised as one for free speech

letters | outrage over conditions at Bridgewater

Agency oversight of state hospital is unacceptably lax

letters | outrage over conditions at Bridgewater

Drastic cuts in funding lead to tragic string of abuses

letters | jumping through hoops to get right medication

Doctors must stand firm against insurers’ attempts to control treatment

letters | jumping through hoops to get right medication

Insurers put patients, physicians through an obstacle course

OPINION | LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS

Now is the time to rebuild our national infrastructure

By Lawrence H. Summers

OPINION | Clifford Winston

We don’t need another ‘bridge to nowhere’

By Clifford Winston

opinion | Howard Axelrod

How the GPS defeated the great hippocampus

By Howard Axelrod

OPINION | Mitchell Weiss

Startup boom wasn’t just luck: Thank Menino

By Mitchell Weiss

Metro

Part one of two

For Richard family, loss and love

A jersey worn by Boston native and Phoenix Coyotes player Keith Yandle was in the living room of the Richard's family home in Dorchester.

By David Abel

They had to be in that Boylston Street crowd on Marathon Day, cheering passing runners. The horror that followed, and their quiet courage in the face of it, will bind Boston’s hearts to theirs, forever.

After 6 years, Harvard Art Museums reemerging

Teri Hensick, conservator of paintings, worked on the “Hunger March” fresco for the Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge.

By Geoff Edgers

The $350 million project has increased gallery space by 40 percent and added study centers, a cafe, and a dramatic, pyramid-like glass roof.

Changing N.H. demographics may help Scott Brown

By Michael Levenson

About two-thirds of adults were born in another state, a quarter of them in Massachusetts.

Money & Careers

Help wanted: The long-term unemployed, in their own words

By Megan Woolhouse

More than 88,000 people in Massachusetts who want a job cannot find one after more than six months of searching. Here are three of their stories.

Bain Capital sees opportunity in methadone clinics

The methadone clinic on Topeka Street in Boston is one of 13 Habit OPCO locations in Massachusetts. Such clinics can be lifesavers for addicts trying to kick opiates.

By Beth Healy

The Boston-based private equity firm recently took over the largest chain of substance treatment facilities in the state.

Innovation Economy

Aereo’s $97m question for the Supreme Court

Chet Kanojia, founder and CEO of Aereo, Inc.

By Scott Kirsner

If the Supreme Court decides that the streaming TV service violates copyright law, the company will basically be out of business.

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ask address...

10 points to cover with your architect

By Chris Chu

On the Job

High-tech techniques in the operating room

By Cindy Atoji Keene

Consumer Alert

Spring brings scams and sales pitches

By Mitch Lipka

Etiquette at work

The dreaded no-exit conversation

By Peter Post

Mutual Funds

Fund manager Q&A: Expect less from bonds

By Stan Choe

home of the week

Sparkling, spacious East Boston home

By John R. Ellement

my first home

Salsa dancing on my head, mold in my kitchen

By Kara Baskin

Market snapshot

Stocks fall on jitters over earnings, tech rout

By Bernard Condon

Market Mover

JPMorgan earnings fall 18.5 percent

By Jessica Silver-Greenberg

Some options for paying the IRS

By Michelle Singletary

Next | Living Longer, Living Better

Wine lovers head off the beaten path

By Patricia Harris and David Lyon

The Internet-connected home

By Michael B. Farrell

Sports

On Second Thought

Five Hole for Food fighting hunger one goal at a time

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Richard Loat, 24, has turned street hockey games into a food pantry funding source.

Bob Ryan

Turning around the Celtics is going to take awhile

By Bob Ryan

We all knew the team would be taking a big step backward. What we did not know was the exact path it would take to Lotteryland.

Dan Shaughnessy

First off, Red Sox don’t look so good

John Lackey gave up a career-high four home runs as the Red Sox got shelled at Yankee Stadium.

By Dan Shaughnessy

There’s not a lot of good news around the team as they begin their defense of their World Series championship.

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on baseball

Brian McCann really starting to catch on

By Nick Cafardo

red sox notebook

Koji Uehara may be shipped back for exam

By Peter Abraham

Sunday Baseball Notes

Ranking MLB’s best organizations

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Football Notes

Bills’ future in Buffalo appears brighter

By Ben Volin

Sunday Hockey Notes

Sharks are now Stanley Cup challengers

By Fluto Shinzawa

Sunday Basketball Notes

Pacers stumbling as playoffs approach

By Gary Washburn

yankees 7, red sox 4

Red Sox stumble again

By Peter Abraham

bruins 4, sabres 1

Bruins win Presidents’ Trophy with victory over Sabres

By Amalie Benjamin

Celtics 111, Cavaliers 99

Celtics roll past Cavaliers

By Gary Washburn

bruins notebook

Patrice Bergeron nets his 30th goal

By Amalie Benjamin

CELTICS NOTEBOOK

Injuries strip roster to just 8 healthy players

By Gary Washburn

School roundup

Notre Dame’s fundraising track event a winner

By Jake Fischer

Union 7, Minnesota 4

Union beats Minnesota for first NCAA hockey title

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

Frozen Four Notebook

Shayne Gostisbehere makes name for himself in Union win

By Nancy Marrapese-Burrell

Ideas

First Person

David McCullough Jr. of ‘You’re not special’ fame speaks up

Longtime teacher, father of four, and son of famous author pens book on teens and parenting.

Ideas

Welcome back, mountain lion: Is the Northeast ready for predators?

By Keith O’Brien

Tracks in Winchester may have been a false alarm, but experts say big animals are coming.

Should doctors consider medical costs?

By Timothy Gower

The price of care can hurt health, and some say physicians have a responsibility to treat patients accordingly.

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Q&A

150 years of American tax resistance

By Patrick L. Kennedy

uncommon Knowledge

Facebook, the site for disappointment

By Kevin Lewis

Brainiac

The ‘future-proof’ city: a proposal

By Kevin Hartnett

Obituaries

Barbara E. Gray, 87; state rep. forged path for women

Ms. Gray advocated strongly for antidiscrimination bills, no-fault divorce laws, and seat-belt laws.

By J.M. Lawrence

Ms. Gray, who retired from state politics in 1996 and lived in Wellfleet, was first elected to be a state representative in 1972.

Leee Black Childers, 68; documented denizens of the Factory

Mr. Childers made memorable images of Robert Mapplethorpe and David Bowie.

By Bruce Weber

Mr. Childers left his Kentucky home in 1967 seeking counterculture excitement; after a stop in San Francisco, he landed in New York.

Jesse Winchester, 69; singer and songwriter

Jesse Winchester’s songs were covered by Wynonna Judd, Emmylou Harris, Jimmy Buffett, and many others.

By Jon Pareles

Mr. Winchester began writing songs in Canada, where he had moved in 1967 to avoid being drafted during the Vietnam War.

Sunday Arts

matthew gilbert

Don’s soul is in the balance as ‘Mad Men’ returns

Jon Hamm as Don Draper in the seventh-season premiere of “Mad Men.

By Matthew Gilbert

For viewers eager to watch actively, the seventh-season premiere is a gold mine of moments to observe and consider.

Will hems drop as ‘Mad Men’ nears decade’s end?

From left, Betty Francis (January Jones), Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka), Megan Draper (Jessica Pare), Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) in season seven of “Mad Men.”

By Christopher Muther

You can’t talk “Mad Men” without talking wardrobe.

critic’s notebook

‘The Great Beauty,’ ‘La Dolce Vita’ are twin pleasures

Sabrina Ferilli in Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Great Beauty.”

By Ty Burr

Harvard Square’s Brattle Theatre is showing the two films in a one-shot double-bill.

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Art Review

Words get in the way of Bearden at Currier

By Sebastian Smee

buzzsaw

David Letterman seems to be marking time

By Matthew Gilbert

Dance Review

No slowdowns in Body Traffic at ICA

By Jeffrey Gantz

repeating history

Doing ‘Dune’ right (or not) on screen

By Ethan Gilsdorf

Boston-area arts letters

By June Wulff

The ticket: Pop music

By James Reed

My Instagram: Annie Goldman

By Christopher Muther

style

Show your support right on your wrist

By Marni Elyse Katz

fashion

The trouble with yoga pants at school

By Christopher Muther

quick bite

With Pastoral, Naples comes to Fort Point

By Devra First

The ticket: Art

By Sebastian Smee

The ticket: Classical music

By Jeremy Eichler

The ticket: Dance

By Karen Campbell

The ticket: Television

By Matthew Gilbert

Names

Channel 7 news photographer marks 50 years

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Terri Lyne Carrington drums up some interest in music

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

With trailer, hunger builds for ‘Leftovers’

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Fun and fund-raising at Banned in Boston

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Grill 23 turns 30

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Eve Ensler talks at Radcliffe

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Poet, loves biographies, food books

Kevin Young

By Amy Sutherland

book review

‘All the Birds, Singing’ by Evie Wyld

By Caroline Leavitt

book review

‘The Blazing World’ by Siri Hustvedt

By Laura Collins-Hughes

the story behind the book

A quarter century of children’s books

By Kate Tuttle

NEW ENGLAND LITERARY NEWS

The story of South Asian migrants

By Jan Gardner

seven books about . . .

The Boston Marathon bombings

By Katharine Whittemore

Local bestsellers

By Alex Stills

Travel

road trip

From desert to sea on Route 66

Route 66 has called to the imagination of American drivers for decades.

By Patricia Harris and David Lyon

Palm Springs launches a trip through a land where pop culture and the almost surreal desert landscape go hand in hand.

Know & Go

Tips for using your cellphone abroad

Sending your Paris cellphone photos home could cost an ocean of money.

By Kari Bodnarchuk

Keeping connected by cellphone while outside of the country can be one of travel’s most maddening experiences, and can quickly blow your budget.

Letting North Conway  feed, ease, and exercise you

Main Street has something for browsers and buyers, snackers and diners.

By Necee Regis

A three-hour drive from Boston, Mount Washington Valley is a place to unplug.

Real Estate

Tips for handling parents moving in with you

Emma LaFort, 88, lives with daughter Janice McGovern and her husband, Rick McGovern.

By Elizabeth Gehrman

There are several things to consider when becoming a multigenerational household: Patience, ground rules, time management, resources available, and more.

Making room for multiple generations

By Elizabeth Gehrman

The number of US households containing three or more generations in the United States is surging. It’s time to adapt, or find a new place.

ask address...

When it’s safe to plant veggies outdoors

By Carol Stocker

Gardening columnist Carol Stocker gives her suggestions about what you can be doing in the garden.

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ask address...

Dead mice, sloped decks, scratched floors

By Peter Hotton

Magazine

Your Home: Gardens

Life grows on at Carlisle’s Gardens at the Clock Barn

The Walled Garden, with its plots of vegetables and herbs, is the landscape centerpiece of Maureen and Michael Ruettgers’s Carlisle property: Gardens at the Clock Barn.

By Marni Elyse Katz

Homeowner shares the bounty of her extensive plantings with family, friends, and beyond.

Your Home: Gardens

The fine art of garden design in Milton

The Cupid Fountain Garden spruces up a garage with June roses and alliums.

By Carol Stocker

A couple transform their third of an acre into a series of themed outdoor spaces, from Asian to Italianate.

Your Home: The Guide

7 steps to a beautiful lawn

By Elizabeth Gehrman

You can grow a drought-resistant, low-maintenance carpet while being kind to the environment.

Globe North

Kosher food business is soaring at Passover

Amy Sorkin of Marblehead shops for chocolates from a large display of kosher foods for Passover at Stop & Shop in Swampscott.

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Despite a drop in overall affiliation to nearly all things Jewish, seven out 10 Jews plan to attend a seder on Passover, which begins Monday night.

Custom meets innovation

Five staples of Passover, and five newer products on the market.

Mayors sound off on casinos

Aerial views of planned locations for casinos proposed in Everett former industrial land on the Mystic River, and Revere at Suffolk Downs.

By John Laidler

Some top officials outside of Everett and Revere are staying neutral in the high-stakes tug of war.

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Peabody

Panel raises questions on PARCC

By Bella Travaglini

Dining out

Melrose bistro offers a flavorful mix

By Michelle Lahey

Arts

Mother Goose is on the Loose

By Wendy Killeen

Globe North Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

High School Softball

Third state final is in sight

By Joseph Saade

Notebook

Tully has local role model on mound

By Paul Lazdowski

Burlington

Library celebrating National Poetry Month

By John Laidler

Medford

Youth summer job applications available

By Kathy McCabe

Melrose

Town will celebrate the arts

By Kathy McCabe

Revere

Citywide cleanup planned for April 26

By John Laidler

Somerville

Vendors to attend Food Truck Festival

By Brock Parker

Winthrop

Town to dedicate POW/MIA Chair of Honor

By John Laidler

Beverly

$200,000 state grant for Lynch Park

By Steven A. Rosenberg

Hamilton, Wenham

No action taken on Patton Park pool improvements

By David Rattigan

Haverhill

Governor Patrick to honor local student

By Brenda J. Buote

Lawrence

Licensing panel issues four reprimands

By Karen Sackowitz

Lowell

Cultural Council to host grant recipients

By Karen Sackowitz

Manchester-by-the-Sea

Voters approve land donation

By David Rattigan

Newburyport

Charity updates list of volunteer opportunities

By Brenda J. Buote

Globe South

Religious leaders join in fight against addiction

A crowd gathered for a vigil against substance abuse last month observes a moment of silence at the end of the program.

By Johanna Seltz

Religious leaders are tackling the issue of opiate addiction head on, saying it’s their responsibility to be their troubled brothers’ and sisters’ keepers.

Weymouth

Towns pressed for new accord

By Emily Sweeney

SouthField recently told the towns surrounding the former air base to get on board with its proposed legislation by April 15 — or else.

Quincy

Hospital seeks fiscal turnaround

By Jessica Bartlett

After a slew of bad publicity over the past year Quincy Medical Center still faces big financial challenges.

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Foxborough

File on alleged abuser turns up

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Stoughton

Challengers triumph in elections

By Rich Fahey

Suburban diary

When school lockdown is not a drill

By Christine Cissy White

Beverly Beckham

Don’t let the book remain unwritten

By Beverly Beckham

Dining Out

At this burger bar, have it your way

By Jessica Bartlett

Globe South Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

High School Softball

Looking for an ace in the circle

By Jacob Feldman

Notebook

Scituate’s Roach is key player for UVM

By John R. Johnson

Globe South Community Bulletin Board

By Compiled Kyle Plantz

Hanover

Shopping with others in mind

By Cara Bayles

Braintree

Wanted: one town clerk

By Dan Adams

Kingston

Candidates debate Thursday

By Robert Knox

Abington

Landfill report to be reviewed

By Jean Lang

Weymouth

Town is HEARTSafe

By Johanna Seltz

Cohasset

Fire-ravaged antique store demolished

By Johanna Seltz

Milton

Church holds cancer support group

By Jaclyn Reiss

Plymouth

Gun control forum April 23

By Emily Sweeney

Randolph

Water meters about to be replaced

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Norwell

Author talks turtles

By Juliet Pennington

Duxbury

Plovers arriving to nest

By Jean Lang

Marshfield

Town planner departing for Norwood

By Jennette Barnes

Pembroke

Government study group begins

By John Laidler

Scituate

Water main replacement on Glades Road

By Johanna Seltz

Hingham

Forum on who should own water provider

By Jaclyn Reiss

Bridgewater

Students pursue patent for recycling device

By Jennette Barnes

Brockton

Mayor creates real estate post

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Carver

New youth programs in May

By Robert Knox

Dedham

River cleanup April 26

By Dave Eisenstadter

East Bridgewater

Businesses face liquor complaints

By Rich Fahey

Easton

National Grid pruning trees

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Foxborough

Master plan on warrant

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Freetown

New water commissioner, barely

By Juliet Pennington

Lakeville

Three incumbents lose seats in election

By Paul Kandarian

Harvard

Voters decide three races, override

By Davis Bushnell

Mansfield

Sex offender article on town warrant

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Marion

Voters face $19.9 million budget

By Paul Kandarian

Mattapoisett

Town to fill water/sewer post

By Paul Kandarian

Middleborough

Selectmen reorganize board

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Norton

$51m budget proposed

By John Laidler

Norwood

Selectmen reelected

By Jean Lang

Raynham

Highway official retiring

By John Laidler

Sharon

Sharon High wins Quizbowl

By Jennette Barnes

West Bridgewater

Aid fund seeks donations

By Rich Fahey

Westwood

Website promotes umbilical cord blood donations

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Wareham

State may decertify library

By Emily Sweeney

Globe West

Newton

Project on illegal footing, city says

A view of the retaining wall installed by Albert Pinkhasov in his Newton backyard without a required special permit.

By Ellen Ishkanian

Albert Pinkhasov and the $240,000, three-tiered retaining wall he built in his backyard on Lovett Street in Newton could be where the line in the sand is drawn.

Forever 128

Progress, at long last, lifts profile of Waltham’s 1265 Main

 A recent view of the former Polaroid site shows progress on 1265 Main’s first phase.

By Scott Van Voorhis

The redevelopment of the sprawling Polaroid site along Route 128 is poised to gain wider attention.

Berlin, Boylston

Further merger eyed on schools

By Matt Gunderson

Berlin and Boylston school officials incorporated sixth grade into the Tahanto regional district, reflecting an increase in shared school arrangements across the state.

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Framingham

Pact sets rules for toxic-site cleanup

By John Dyer

Creating their machine dreams

By Justin A. Rice

Globe West Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

High School Softball

Putting competition to good use

By Phil Perry

Notebook

Fairbanks makes smashing debut

By Marvin Pave

Wellesley

Town Meeting sets up override vote

By Jaclyn Reiss

Needham

Change arrives for parking meters

By Jaclyn Reiss

Waltham

Patriots Day memorial service Saturday

By Jaclyn Reiss

Needham

Voters OK $1.5m tax increase

By Justin Rice

Watertown

Teens award Future Philanthropist grants

By Jaclyn Reiss

Brookline

Open studios to launch arts initiative

By Brock Parker

Newton

Schools group plans May 3 benefit gala

By Ellen Ishkanian

Needham

World Series trophy coming to town

By Jaclyn Reiss

Lexington

Community farm to open April 19

By Emily Cataneo

Lexington

Air Force band performing April 25

By Emily Cataneo

Brookline

Hear from local candidates Wednesday

By Brock Parker

Berlin

Absentee ballots for town election

By Matt Gunderson

Westborough

‘An Evening of Frost’ at library

By Jennifer Roach

Littleton

Firefighters will help with detectors

By Nancy Shohet West

Acton

Library to be closed Thursday morning

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Boylston

PTO sees rewards from store’s program

By Matt Gunderson

Boxborough

Sign up for community garden plots

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Southborough

Town Meeting convenes Wednesday

By Jennifer Roach

Northborough

Hearing on demolition request Wednesday

By Jennifer Roach

Carlisle

Talk on container gardening Tuesday

By Nancy Shohet West

Pepperell

Register for townwide yard sale

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Shirley

Mobile dentist to visit schools Wednesday

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bedford

Committee to explore history museum

By Nancy Shohet West

Sudbury

Library supporters boost its technology

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Groton

Road race offers choice of four distances

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Wayland

Donate books, baked goods for library

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Ayer

Townwide cleanup set for May 3-4

By Davis Bushnell

Concord

Patriots Day parade schedule

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Stow

Clerk seeking tardy census forms

By Matt Gunderson

Concord

Seeds of revolution at open house

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Shrewsbury

Yard waste pickup starts this week

By Abby Jordan

Ashland

Deadline for business group scholarships

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bellingham

Dispose of prescription drugs safely

By Rachel Lebeaux

Franklin

Town offering affordable condos

By Rachel Lebeaux

Medway

Teen poetry slam at the library

By Rachel Lebeaux

Millis

Group seeks items for fire house museum

By Rebecca Kagle

Plainville

Senior center hosting wellness classes

By Rachel Lebeaux

Sherborn

Lottery for Farm Pond parking

By Ellen Ishkanian

Upton

Workshop on pastel painting at library

By Rachel Lebeaux

Framingham

Adding chocolate to garden’s harvest

By Megan McKee

Medfield

Art by students, teachers on display

By Abby Jordan

Norfolk

Recalling Weber Duck Inn at library

By Abby Jordan