Lowell, MA: 12-05-17: Caitlyn Aguilar is pictured at her job at the Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union with her baby son Hendrix beside her. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Caitlyn Aguilar works while Hendrix naps at the Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union.

Baby in workplace welcomed with open arms

Caitlyn Aguiar and her 3-month-old son, Hendrix, are the first to participate in the Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s Infant at Work program in Lowell.By Laura Elyse King

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

A way to make sure everyone has Christmas dinner

The Bread of Life will be holding its free annual Christmas Day dinner from noon to 2 p.m. at Malden High School. No reservations are required.

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THE ARGUMENT

Should the state approve Wheelabrator’s request to deposit more ash at its Saugus landfill?

Read two views, then vote in our poll.

REGION

Local marinas named boaters’ choices

Eight area marinas, including four from Gloucester, received four or more stars on marinas.com, a consumer website for boaters.

Baby in workplace welcomed with open arms

Caitlyn Aguiar and her 3-month-old son, Hendrix, are the first to participate in the Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s Infant at Work program in Lowell.

They wanted to help. So they started a tweetstorm

Hamilton-Wenham students launch a campaign that goes viral to help Ipswich’s Talia Duff fight an incurable disease.

Wakefield teen bags a victory in fight against plastic waste

Caitlin Bracken leads Wakefield in establishing bylaw that will help the environment.

LOCAL FARE

A toast to bringing the retro vibe to the Burlington Mall

At the newest Friendly Toast, the dishes are hearty, the portions generous, the prices reasonable, and the quality good.

ON THE MOVE

Shoveling snow can be a chore, and a workout

Viewing snow shoveling as a great workout substitute and focusing on its physical benefits can help take the edge off its drudgery.

INFORMER

Medford Voke-Tech preps for restaurant’s grand opening

Bistro 489 will be used for the school’s hospitality program, and was built in part by students from the technical and trade program.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances

Westford’s Cam MacDonald scored four goals and assisted on another two in a 7-3 Colby College hockey win over Tufts Dec. 9.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

To win, Lowell Catholic skaters focus on a loss

The Crusaders may have won last year’s Division 2 state title, but they keep talking about a loss in their title run.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

A way to make sure everyone has Christmas dinner

The Bread of Life will be holding its free annual Christmas Day dinner from noon to 2 p.m. at Malden High School. No reservations are required.

AMESBURY

Amesbury property tax rate drops again

The tax bill for an average single-family home assessed at $331,000 will be $6,285.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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A man receives a Bitcoin extortion letter, a suspicious item turns out to be anything but, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

CARTOON CAPTION

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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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Viewing snow shoveling as a great workout substitute and focusing on its physical benefits can help take the edge off its drudgery.

Globe North Community News

REGION

Local marinas named boaters’ choices

Eight area marinas, including four from Gloucester, received four or more stars on marinas.com, a consumer website for boaters.

MARBLEHEAD

Marblehead hosts forum on white privilege

The discussion will be based on a 1989 article by Peggy McIntosh of the Wellesley College Centers for Women, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.”

STONEHAM

Stoneham police collect 187 pounds of prescription drugs

Stoneham maintains a kiosk in the police station lobby that’s available for residents to dispose of their unwanted prescription drugs.

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Interactive Graphic

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