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Paul Wahlberg and Ann Guastaferro at the Festival of Trees celebration.

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Paul Wahlberg and Ann Guastaferro at the Festival of Trees celebration.

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Hingham chef Paul Wahlberg, of Alma Nove, was in Methuen over the weekend to host the city’s Festival of Trees food celebration, which featured treats cooked up by restaurants around the Merrimack Valley. The Festival of Trees — which benefits local historic preservation — runs through Dec. 1. . . . Meanwhile in New York City, Paul’s brother Dorchester native Donnie Wahlberg joined his “Blue Bloods” costar, Longmeadow’s Bridget Moynahan, at the International Emmy Awards on Monday night. They presented Argentine actress Cristina Banegas with the best actress award for her work in the miniseries “Television por la Inclusion.”

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