October 25, 2016 | Saugus, MA A replica 3D printed model of a lower jaw from one of the excavated individuals the archaeologists are studying. A presentation given by archaeologists from Durham University, UK, focusing on descendants of Scottish soldiers from a 400-year-old battle who are still living in Massachusetts today. At Saugus Public Library. Kieran Kesner for The Boston Globe.

Kieran Kesner for The Boston Globe

A replica 3D printed model of a lower jaw from one of the excavated soldiers found on Durham University grounds in the UK made its way to Saugus.

Mystery solved: The Scottish soldiers who came to Saugus in 1650 and those they left behind

Archeologists in the UK have traced the remains of those who died to others who were sent to labor at the Iron Works By Hattie Bernstein

THE ARGUMENT

Was the Haverhill School Committee right to reject the Tilton School solar project?

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Readers give their thoughts on a principal leaving an elementary school and senior citizens walking the mall.

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Readers give their thoughts on a principal leaving an elementary school and senior citizens walking the mall.

THE ARGUMENT

Was the Haverhill School Committee right to reject the Tilton School solar project?

Read two views, then vote in our poll.

PHOTOS: Newburyport theatre makes bid for ownership of Maudslay State Park performance, living space

ON THE MOVE

How to keep running through the winter

Dedicated runners know how to keep up with their roadwork when the weather’s cold.

Newburyport group wants show to go on at state park

Theater in the Open is bidding to become curators of gatekeeper’s house at Maudslay State Park.

UP CLOSE

Wongs carry on family tradition at Kowloon

The six Wong siblings—Andy, Bob, Linda, Lisa, Donald, and Stanley — are dedicated to their work at the Route 1 landmark.

LOCAL FARE

Come for the atmosphere, stay for the food

One intriguing appetizer at The Boat House Grille is the Cold Platter Tower, a collection of oysters, cherrystones, shrimp, king crab, and lobster.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

A revolutionary view of the birth of America

Jane Kamensky, author of “A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley,” will lead a discussion Jan. 28 at the Royall House in Medford.

THE INFORMER

Openings, closings, events, and more north of Boston

Dr. Michael Newman has been named president of Hallmark Health Medical Associates.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING

Prep’s Blizard has the drive to dive

The St. John’s sophomore star practices day and night as he prepares to defend his state title.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances

Emily Medeiros of Wakefield helped the Springfield College women’s swim team rack up points.

Mystery solved: The Scottish soldiers who came to Saugus in 1650 and those they left behind

Archeologists in the UK have traced the remains of those who died to others who were sent to labor at the Iron Works

Blotter tales

Blotter Tales

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A handbag draws quite the crowd, movers are mistaken for thieves, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

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Submit your own caption, along with your name, hometown and phone number, by e-mailing cartooncaption@globe.com

On The Move

ON THE MOVE

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Dedicated runners know how to keep up with their roadwork when the weather’s cold.

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GLOUCESTER

Gloucester’s Tarr will again lead Senate Republicans

The state senator will serve his fourth term as Minority Leader.

HAVERHILL

Team Haverhill explores old and new

A discussion of “Haverhill Treasures: Old, New, Next!” will be held March 6.

LYNN

Lynn to gather for MLK Day volunteering

Volunteers will be serving meals at a local soup kitchen, visiting nursing homes, and performing other community work on Monday, Jan. 16.

Interactive Graphic

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