scorecardresearch

Latest Headlines in Globe Local


NORTH OF BOSTON

Stalemate continues over future of Malden Hospital site

While developers want to build a large residential complex on the 17.6-acre site, a neighborhood group is working to preserve most of it as open space.

NORTH CALENDAR

WWII letters, engravings, and folk favorites

The Wood Engravers’ Network Third Triennial Exhibition, featuring 64 engravings by 37 artists, is on view at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill.

WEST CALENDAR

A garden tour, political satire, and PorchFest

At the Concord Museum’s 30th Annual Garden Tour, visitors are invited to observe a wide variety of gardening styles and inspirations.

SOUTH CALENDAR

Chamber music, flying machines, and pastel lessons

Erik Lindgren and the Bespoke Consort will perform a crossover chamber music concert, including quirky musical novelties, neo-Baroque pieces, and Impressionistic tone poems.

WEST INFORMER

A hoedown, local art, and plant auction

The Harvard Schools Trust announces its third annual Hootenanny Hoedown fund-raiser.

SOUTH INFORMER

A beer garden, dog park, and puppets

Mayflower Beer Garden at The Pinehills in Plymouth opens for the season on Thursday, May 30.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING

Tony Padvaiskas leaves legacy of success for St. John’s Prep swimming program

After 22 years and 14 Division 1 state titles, Tony Padvaiskas is retiring as head coach.

CAMPUS ANGLE

NDA grad Lexi Lenaghan had a record-setting finish for Babson lacrosse

The senior attack from Hanover set the program record for points — twice — after her transfer from Hofstra.