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Beverly Beckham: A children’s book reminds us how despair can turn to hope

It’s these words that make dealing with the now a little easier. “Anything might happen. Anytime.”

Comet watchers cause concern

Mysterious masks show up in the mail, a kitty litter box is reported stolen, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Three finalists in running to lead Quincy schools

The Quincy School Committee is interviewing three finalists for the open school superintendent job and expects to make a decision on Aug. 14.

River racers will paddle their own canoe in their own time

This year's virtual "Great River Race" invites boaters to take part in the North and South Rivers Watershed Association's fund-raising paddle race any day through the month of August.

With art and stories, Lynn’s young people are sharing their truths

Beyond Walls has invited youths to creatively relate their experiences during the months of the pandemic and nationwide protests over racial injustice.

A late bloomer in swimming, Anne Kaduboski now coaches for Bentley

The Dedham High graduate is now an assistant swimming and diving coach at Bentley.

Vigil planned for Eurie Stamps Sr., who was shot by Framingham police in 2011

Eurie Stamps Sr. will be honored during a vigil Saturday, Aug. 15 at the city’s Memorial Building.

Her ‘Captain America’ was also her grandfather

Newton resident Megan Margulies has written a memoir that follows her relationship with her grandfather, famous comic book artist Joe Simon, who co-created Captain America.