Latest Globe North headlines

by Coco McCabe and Doug Stewart Globe correspondents

Authentic Guatemalan favorites in Lynn

There was nothing fancy about the food at Casa Antigua, but it was fresh and highly affordable.

Openings, closings, events, and more north of Boston

Hill View Montessori Charter Public School in Haverhill has launched a fund-raising campaign for a playground.

Newbury

Newbury may try again on public safety complex

The Newbury Board of Selectman may hold another election to allow voters to reconsider funding the design of a public safety complex.

Chelmsford School Committee picks new superintendent

Jay Lang, deputy superintendent in Lowell, is the Chelmsford School Committee’s choice.

WENDY KILLEEN GLOBE CORRESPONDENT

Sounds of Yo-Yo Ma in Rockport

“He’s a genuine ambassador for great music around the globe, and his joy in making music reminds us all why we love this art form so deeply.”

Up Close

Cancer survivor pays it forward

‘I was thinking “I have to get through this.” Whoever was with me could listen.’

Region

Pentucket district to add three innovation schools

The Pentucket Regional School District will add three new “innovation schools” for the 2015-16 academic year.

Somerville

Acting fire chief named in Somerville

Patrick J. Sullivan III has been named acting fire chief for Somerville following the retirement of Chief Kevin Kelleher.

Winchester

Winchester to consider fate of Wright-Locke Farm

Winchester Town Meeting members will consider the fate of the remaining land at Wright-Locke Farm Thursday, May 28.

Revere

Ground broken on Revere apartments

Contractors have broken ground on construction of apartments on Ocean Avenue in Revere, as part of the Waterfront Square redevelopment.

Medford

Medford to hold community day

Medford will hold its second annual community day Sunday, May 31.

Dracut

Dracut voters to consider trash collection fee

Dracut voters will consider at the Annual Town Meeting on June 1 whether the town should impose a fee for curbside trash collection.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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A runaway garbage truck crashes into a house, two private eyes are questioned near a preschool, and more tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Send us your submissions for this week’s cartoon, and see the winning caption and finalists from last week’s contest.

On The Move

ON THE MOVE

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As National Trails Day approaches June 6, volunteers who have helped restore trails are enthusiastic about what has been gained through their efforts.

Globe North Community News

Newbury

Newbury may try again on public safety complex

The Newbury Board of Selectman may hold another election to allow voters to reconsider funding the design of a public safety complex.

Chelmsford School Committee picks new superintendent

Jay Lang, deputy superintendent in Lowell, is the Chelmsford School Committee’s choice.

Region

Pentucket district to add three innovation schools

The Pentucket Regional School District will add three new “innovation schools” for the 2015-16 academic year.

Interactive Graphic

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See the number of concussions reported by area high schools with a sortable table.

Globe e-book

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I was the sun, the kids were my planets, and other reflections from the Globe columnist.