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Snapshot of 4,269 detainees in US prisons

A snapshot of the 4,269 immigrants imprisoned by the US immigration system for 180 days or more, sorted by total days in custody. The data is from one day in September of 2012. ICE’s list omitted the longest-held detainee, jailed for more than 7,400 days.

Citizenship
Crime
Serious charge
Facility
Days
Case
SOURCE: Statistical Tracking Unit
Globe Staff

Low-key summer fun at Salisbury Beach State Reservation

“Life at camp is simple,” Sherry Jovan said. “We eat. We nap. We play cards, board games. We nap again.”

How to create the perfect homework space

Kids aren’t necessarily getting the equivalent of the corner office, but gone are the days of a desk and bookshelf shoved into the corner of the bedroom.

Strong numbers seen in first half of tourism season south of Boston

The first half of the tourism calendar year in communities south of Boston has been one of the strongest ones, despite a shaky start that included record-breaking snowfall early in the year and the threat of $5.17 million in state funding cuts to regional visitors bureaus. Legislators restored those cuts to the FY16 budget.

Clinton camp urged ex-State Dept. employee to testify

Aides to Hillary Rodham Clinton urged a former State Department employee who helped set up her private e-mail server to appear before a House investigative panel but the staffer will assert his constitutional right not to testify.

Needham sculpture aims to foster mental health

The piece outside the town high school is meant to open a conversation about difficult issues.

Amesbury sci-fi art exhibit is beyond your wildest imagination

“I feel like the art world really needs a good, strong voice. If futuristic, Gothic, and comic art is where that voice is, then that’s important to me.”

Newton teachers agree to new contract

The deal will raise teachers’ pay between 7 and 8.5 percent over four years, according to the union president.

Proposed military museum is voted down in Stow

The Collings Foundation said it will contest the Planning Board’s rejection of its plans for an “American Heritage Museum.”

Informer: Openings, closings, events, and more north of Boston

US Representative Niki Tsongas and US Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will help kick off River Day in Lowell next Saturday.

These baby chipmunks were born to be adored

Baby chipmunks are rescued, a mannequin scares a woman, a clam digger is caught, and other odd tales from our police blotters.

New exhibits welcome visitors at the Rose

Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum offers new shows ranging from Lisa Yuskavage’s oil paintings to an exhibit of objects evoking the museum’s founding.

Comedy for a cause in Newburyport

The Boston Comedy Chicks bring their wit and humorous perspectives on a range of topics to the Firehouse Center for the Arts in Newburyport on Friday, Sept. 11.

With good timing, newcomer finds fitting home at the Marion Institute

Janet Milkman moved to Falmouth from Pennsylvania three days before the first major snowstorm in January, not the best time to be looking for a job. But she found one.

Shopping and dining converge in Littleton

Inside a rambling old farmhouse, you’ll find both the Gallery 529 Artists’ Cooperative and the Act III Restaurant.

Newton man to join inaugural Climate Ride Northeast

Dan Bakal, who has dedicated his career to addressing climate change, will ride 390 miles from Bar Harbor, Maine, to Boston.

Concord’s Saltbox Kitchen caps family farm revival

Owner and chef Ben Elliott serves locally sourced food — including from the farm built by his grandparents in the 1940s.

Lynn’s Blue Ox is bullish on its upscale American cuisine

The Sin burger lived up to its hype: juicy pink, served with handmade pickles and finger-hot herb-sprinkled fries.

Informer: Greyhounds, pumpkins, and a 5k run

Local happenings in towns west of Boston.

Foxborough’s Lakeview Pavilion restored after fire

Foxborough’s Lakeview Pavilion has reopened in a new, dazzling white structure — 17 months after fire destroyed the original wedding and function hall – and its first scheduled event was the wedding of a couple who postponed their big day until the facility could be rebuilt.

Globe North military news

News about members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard in our communities.

Catching Up With . . . Scott Faessler: Milford High, Framingham State football, baseball

Now a corrections officer with the Essex County Sheriff’s department, the 44-year still holds single-season and career reception marks at FSU

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