xxsorevere - This rendering shows what Paul Revere Heritage Site planners hope the old copper rolling mill and surrounding area will look like when it has been fully restored and construction at the site is complete. The town is working with a consultant to explore what is feasible at the site, and are envisioning a restaurant and a museum. (Canton Holdings LLC)

Canton Holdings LLC

This rendering shows what Paul Revere Heritage Site planners hope the old copper rolling mill and surrounding area will look like when it has been fully restored and construction at the site is complete.

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In Canton, Paul Revere sets the foundation for a new attraction

Paul Revere may not have dashed through Canton on his famous midnight ride, but he would later spend a lot of time there. Now the town is trying to capitalize on its link with the Revolutionary hero by creating the Paul Revere Heritage Site.By Jill Terreri Ramos

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New Hancock-Adams Green stars in Quincy Presidents’ Day festival

Quincy is holding a Presidents’ Day Winter Festival to show off its new pedestrian park, the Hancock-Adams Green, that connects the Old City Hall to the Church of the Presidents.

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These chicks dig their sweaters

A group of knitters in Milton took on an unusual task recently: making tiny, fowl-shaped jerseys for the chickens living across the road.

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Marshfield library celebrates women’s history with program on Eleanor Roosevelt

Marshfield’s Ventress Memorial Library recognizes Women’s History Month with a glimpse into the life of Eleanor Roosevelt at Val-Kill, the house built for her on the Roosevelt estate in Hyde Park, N.Y.

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At Teen Challenge, addicts find a second chance

For some, the faith-based drug treatment program proved to be life-changing.

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HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Four years after the shot, Nick Sclafani keeps fighting back

A 2013 accident left the the Middleborough High School student blind in one eye, but it didn’t keep him long from the game he loves.

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Founder of nonprofit aims to see it grow, for kids’ sake

Team IMPACT matches children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college sports teams, making them part of the team.

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Cohasset vandalism victim offers reward for information

A contractor is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone providing information about vandals who targeted his machinery at a Cohasset work site three months ago – causing about $70,000 in damage.

ROCHESTER

Rochester emergency calls to be dispatched from Duxbury

Under a recent agreement between the two towns, Duxbury’s regional emergency communications center will be the primary recipient and dispatcher for Rochester’s emergency police fire, ambulance, and Highway Department calls.

HALIFAX

Halifax residents to weigh in on fixes to school

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Hanover to seeks bids for school project

Hanover is preparing to seek bids from contractors in late spring for the renovation and expansion of the Center Elementary School.

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