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Assembly Row and the Somerville Arts Council has unveiled a new art installation titled “We are Somerville” depicting Somerville residents and workers.

Giant banners say what Somerville is about

Assembly Row and the Somerville Arts Council has unveiled a new art installation titled “We are Somerville.” 41 minutes ago

Black News Hour
Boston Mayoral Candidate Michelle Wu listens as Senator Ed Markey speaks at a Climate Canvass Kickoff in Moakley Park on Oct. 17.

Episode 2: Mayoral candidate Michelle Wu shares her vision for Boston

Also, Rachael Rollins spoke with Globe reporter Meghan E. Irons about her tenure as Suffolk County district attorney and her US Attorney nomination.

Watch live: ‘Black News Hour’ closes out its second episode

Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins joins "Black News Hour."

A woman runs along Commonwealth Avenue on the marathon route Oct. 11.

With Boston Marathon’s return, Newton residents ran again for charity

Newton runners teamed up with charity groups and raised money for various organizations in this year’s Boston Marathon — held in person on Oct. 11 for the first time since the start of the pandemic.

Newton residents played 19th century lawn games at the Homestead Hayfest Oct. 3.

Back to the 19th century: Newton’s Jackson Homestead and Museum welcomes families to hayfest

The smell of freshly pressed apples and hay filled the air at the Jackson Homestead and Museum Oct. 3, drawing hundreds of families out on a cloudy day to dip candles and churn butter at the Homestead Hayfest.

Local band the Buzzkill Ramblers performs at the Newton Harvest Fair Oct. 17.

‘We’re thrilled to bring it back.’ Newton’s annual Harvest Fair returns

Newton held its 46th annual Harvest Fair on Oct. 16 and 17 after taking last year off due to the pandemic.

Newton police give progress report on mandated reform measures

The Newton Police Department described steps it has taken so far to meet the new state mandated police reform measures during the Newton City Council Public Safety and Transportation Committee meeting Oct. 6.

Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller, left, is running for a second term this year and faces a challenge from Amy Mah Sangiolo, right, a former Ward 4 Councilor-at-large. LEFT: PAT GREENHOUSE / GLOBE STAFF RIGHT: SANGIOLO CAMPAIGN

A lopsided financial battle is playing out in Newton’s mayoral race

In the final weeks of Newton’s mayoral race, Mayor Ruthanne Fuller has drawn upon a sizable war chest to help blunt a challenge from former city councilor-at-large Amy Mah Sangiolo.