A swimmer dives off the blocks into in an indoor-outdoor pool at The Weymouth Club, which hosted the US Tennis Association National Indoor Championships for Girls 18 and under this November, a high-profile event for the club billed as a family-friendly fitness, wellness, and recreation facility on the South Shore. . Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (SoWk, seltzj)

Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

A swimmer dives off the blocks into an indoor-outdoor pool at the Weymouth Club.

In Weymouth, a club not just for tennis anymore

What started as a bare-bones tennis club in the 1970s has swelled into one of the region’s largest full-service health and fitness facilities.By Johanna Seltz

Mark Your Calendar

One-man play invokes the spirit of Christmases past

Critically acclaimed actor Neil McGarry reprises his one-man version of the Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol” at Plymouth Center for the Fine Arts.

THE ARGUMENT

Should the trash transfer station project in Holbrook go forward?

Read two views on the question and vote in our informal online poll.

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In Weymouth, a club not just for tennis anymore

What started as a bare-bones tennis club in the 1970s has swelled into one of the region’s largest full-service health and fitness facilities.

THE ARGUMENT

Should the trash transfer station project in Holbrook go forward?

Read two views on the question and vote in our informal online poll.

Community Bulletin Board

Upcoming events in the communities south of Boston.

ABINGTON

Abington nurse wins $4 million on instant lottery

An Abington resident and store owner are both seeing green this holiday season.

Up Close

Westwood youngster shooting for diabetes cure

Will Matthews, who has Type 1 diabetes, started “Street Hockey to Shut Out T1D” to donate proceeds to the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston and Camp Joslin, a camp for youngsters with Type 1 diabetes.

BRIDGEWATER

Bridgewater to mull ban on recreational pot shops

The Bridgewater Town Council will consider a ban on recreational marijuana businesses at its meeting on Dec. 19.

MANSFIELD

Selectmen to interview finalists for town manager

Mansfield selectmen are scheduled on Monday night to interview three finalists for the town manager’s position that was left open by the departure of William R. Ross.

FREETOWN

Selectmen eye parking rules for Water Street

The Freetown Board of Selectmen will discuss potential parking changes on Water Street in Assonet at its meeting Dec. 18.

NORTON

Norton gets state grant to help buy Scouts land

A recent state grant has provided Norton with a major boost in its bid to buy a local Girl Scouts camp.

STOUGHTON

Town signs pact with eye on energy savings

Stoughton residents and businesses will collectively save about $650,000 over the next six months through a new municipal aggregation program the town is initiating starting with the January meter read, according to officials.

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The cost of moral bankruptcy is too high for us

Americans are an amalgam, a collection of cultures and colors, beliefs and behaviors. We need to keep being Americans, looking out for, standing up for, and respecting each other.

BROCKTON

Student removed for putting swastika on desk

Brockton school officials say they’ve removed a student responsible for putting a swastika and pro-Hitler message on a desk at the Plouffe Academy, a public middle school with about 700 students.

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

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/12/07/BostonGlobe.com/Regional/Images/Boghosian_02snow2_MET.jpg 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.

Beverly Beckham

Interactive Graphic

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