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Fiery crash at Hanscom Field leaves 7 dead

A private plane ran off a runway Saturday night and burst into flames, killing all on board, officials said.

Clowns Jair Perdomo (left) and Marvin Parada, and aerialist Petya Milanova are Cole Brothers Circus performers.

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Circus performers risk much to amaze us all

Petya Milanova sits at the kitchen table. She is simply dressed in a T-shirt, her hair long and loose. It’s a rainy Friday evening 30 miles south of Newark. And though Milanova looks ready to relax, her workday is not over yet.

The Florida building where GDSI’s offices are located.

Scott Brown got big stake in obscure Florida firm

For an advisory role with a West Palm Beach company, Brown received stock which was worth $1.3 million at the time.

Charles Dike directs the Whiting Forensic Division, which has cut its use of isolation and restraints by 88 percent since adopting new strategies to calm agitated patients.

GRETCHEN ERTL FOR THE GLOBE

Bridgewater State Hospital slow to embrace change

While other mental health centers reduced their use of seclusion and restraints, Bridgewater relied on them even more.

Laurel Welch, a retired nurse from Barnstable, was exposed to hepatitis C 25 years ago. She began taking Sovaldi in January. “My virus is now undetectable,” she said.

Demand for expensive hepatitis C drug strains insurers

Sovaldi, sold by California-based Gilead Sciences, costs $1,000 a pill and $84,000 for a full treatment regimen.

The Nation

Scott Brown got big stake in obscure Florida firm

The Florida building where GDSI’s offices are located.

By Noah Bierman and Todd Wallack

For an advisory role with a West Palm Beach company, Brown received stock which was worth $1.3 million at the time.

American POW freed in exchange with Taliban

In an image from video, Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl watched as a captor displayed his identity tag in Afghanistan.

By Eric Schmitt and Charlie Savage

The lone US POW from the Afghan conflict was released in exchange for five prisoners held at Guantánamo Bay.

Obama poised to announce major climate change plan

By Peter Baker

President Obama’s move to tackle climate change may be his last, most sweeping effort to remake America in his remaining time in office.

The World

Hagel warns China on aggressive moves; Beijing scoffs

By Lolita C. Baldor

China’s moves to claim jurisdiction over land and sky in the Asia-Pacific risk undermining peace and security in the region and beyond, US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said.

Egypt criminalizes dishonoring anthem, flag

By Sarah El Deeb

The offenses will be punishable by sentences of up to one year in prison and a fine of more than $4,000, the interim president’s spokesman said.

French villagers retain memories of D-day

Andree Auvray of Sainte Mere Eglise, France, was 18 and nine months pregnant, hiding from the Germans in a ditch, in Normandy in June 1944 when three US soldiers appeared.

By Catherine Gaschka and Angela Charlton

Normandy and other world leaders are preparing to gather in Normandy this week to mark the 70th anniversary of the battle.

Editorial & Opinion

Philip Hoare

Off the Cape, a time capsule

By Philip Hoare

As humans radically alter the planet, unsettling change penetrates even the watery depths.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Independents need more than optimism to win

By Joan Vennochi

Independents like Mass. gubernatorial candidate Jeff McCormick need to get their message out and convince voters to take them seriously.

TOM KEANE

In taxis’ battle with Uber, ugly endgame looms

Taxi driver Ahmed Farah protests in front of the Uber office in Boston last month.

By Tom Keane

Many in the taxi industry have a lot of money invested in the status quo. They will fight to keep what they can.

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J. Niels Rosenquist

Can health care and tech work together?

By J. Niels Rosenquist

Abigail Higgins

How Africa is out-innovating Silicon Valley

By Abigail Higgins

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With so much to do on public transit, we’re off course

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Wary of a different type of ‘driverless’ car

Metro

Circus performers risk much to amaze us all

Clowns Jair Perdomo (left) and Marvin Parada, and aerialist Petya Milanova are Cole Brothers Circus performers.

By Jenna Russell

In the wake of a frightful accident in R.I., a visit with a traveling troupe hints at why this way of life remains a powerful draw.

Bridgewater State Hospital slow to embrace change

Charles Dike directs the Whiting Forensic Division, which has cut its use of isolation and restraints by 88 percent since adopting new strategies to calm agitated patients.

By Michael Rezendes

While other mental health centers reduced their use of seclusion and restraints, Bridgewater relied on them even more.

Demand for expensive hepatitis C drug strains insurers

Laurel Welch, a retired nurse from Barnstable, was exposed to hepatitis C 25 years ago. She began taking Sovaldi in January. “My virus is now undetectable,” she said.

By Robert Weisman

Sovaldi, sold by California-based Gilead Sciences, costs $1,000 a pill and $84,000 for a full treatment regimen.

Money & Careers

Job Doc

Taking the leap into the nonprofit sector

By Elaine Varelas

A successful business management and leadership career does not automatically make a person a great candidate to lead a nonprofit.

Lahey’s cost-aware network growing north of Boston

Dr. Arthur P. Rabinowitz, director of Lahey Hospital’s stem cell transplant program, examined patient Joe Damato of Haverhill.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Lahey has been taking care of some of the sickest patients around — at a cost that’s 12 to 40 percent less than Boston’s academic medical centers.

Post-graduation course: budgeting

By Lynn Asinof

Just because they’ve earned college degrees doesn’t mean recent graduates have any idea how to tackle the myriad financial decisions now facing them.

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Innovation Economy

Two big Boston startups prepare to go public

By Scott Kirsner

Product Reviews

How to get the best lawn ever

By Consumer Reports

Consumer Alert

Scammers move on to prepaid cards

By Mitch Lipka

On the Job

Bringing startup culture to Lowell and Lawrence

By Cindy Atoji Keene

Etiquette at Work

Avoiding blunders when sharing a meal

By Peter Post

Personal finance

For the affluent, private equity can be worth the risk

By Paul Sullivan

Sports

Red Sox 7, Rays 1

Rubby De La Rosa leads Red Sox past Rays

Rubby De La Rosa dominated the Rays, throwing seven shutout innings. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)

By Peter Abraham

De La Rosa fired seven shutout innings as the Red Sox rolled to a 7-1 victory at Fenway Park.

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Roger Goodell needs to punish Colts’ Jim Irsay

Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested in March for driving while impaired in an Indianapolis suburb.

By Christopher L. Gasper

The NFL commissioner has to set an example by making one of Irsay. He has to put the good of the game above his pay grade.

on second thought

Body checking in hockey a hard-hitting topic

By Kevin Paul Dupont

The American Academy of Pediatrics wants players to not body check until they’re at least age 15.

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Red Sox notebook

Rays’ David Price lashes back at David Ortiz

By Peter Abraham

Sunday Baseball Notes

Baseball’s 20 best stories of 2014

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Hockey Notes

Team effort required in building hockey gear

By Fluto Shinzawa

Auto Racing Notes

She’s a force in Funny Car

By Michael Vega

Sunday Basketball Notes

Long wait about to end for Nerlens Noel

By Gary Washburn

Sunday Football Notes

Patriots’ Jimmy Garoppolo learns about business side

By Ben Volin

Needham 3, Greater New Bedford 0

Revved-up Needham rocks Greater New Bedford boys’ volleyball

By Liz Torres

Lincoln-Sudbury 4, Lowell 1

Lincoln-Sudbury knocks Lowell out of Super 8

By Jake Fischer

B-R 3, ST. JOHN’S PREP 1

Bridgewater-Raynham tops St. John’s Prep in Super 8

By Andrew MacDougall

Impact 2, Revolution 0

Montreal blanks New England Revolution

By Mike Wyman

Spurs 112, Thunder 107

Spurs need OT to secure NBA Finals rematch

By Cliff Brunt

Ideas

The Internationalist

Could aid to Syrians be prolonging the war?

The Oncupinar refugee camp in Kilis, near Turkey’s border with Syria.

By Thanassis Cambanis

The humanitarian effort is well funded, efficient, and undoubtedly saving lives — but critics worry that it has a dark side.

Q&A

The trouble with organ banking

By Amy Crawford

Our system of donating body parts may be costing lives, says Northeastern’s Kara Swanson.

How the French saw D-Day

A view of the heavily damaged buildings and rubble-strewn outskirts of St-Lô after D-Day.

By Robert Zaretsky

What World War II looked like when it was your village being overrun.

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Uncommon Knowledge

Start with the small tasks

By Kevin Lewis

Obituaries

Janet Cragin, 79; was guiding force of Stratton Players

Mrs. Cragin won a New England Theatre Conference acting award for her role as Maggie in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”

By Emma Stickgold

Mrs. Cragin, of Lunenberg, acted in plays and directed performances by the Fitchburg theater company for more than 50 years.

Terry Robinson, 98, chiropractor, trainer to the stars

Terry Robinson (left) admired the hard work’s results with tenor and actor Mario Lanza.

By Paul Vitello

Mr. Robinson for many years was MGM’s in-house chiropractor and fitness trainer to Clark Gable, Tyrone Power, Spencer Tracy, George C. Scott, Glenn Ford, and other stars.

Andrei Mironov, 60; was Russian translator, ex-Soviet prisoner

By Lynn Berry

Mr. Mironov was killed last month during intense fighting in eastern Ukraine.

Sunday Arts

Art Review

The uncategorizable breadth of Sigmar Polke’s work

“Untitled (Rorschach),” a 1999 work by Sigmar Polke.

By Sebastian Smee

Polke is the subject of a brilliant 260-work retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art and a smaller show at the New York gallery of Michael Werner.

dance

No rest for Boston Ballet’s man in motion

Mikko Nissinen (left) teaching company class: observing, compli-menting, correcting.

By Jeffrey Gantz

As Boston Ballet’s 50th anniversary season nears its end, artistic director Mikko Nissinen is planning five years ahead and more.

Culture under construction: China’s new concert halls

The National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing.

By Jeremy Eichler

Gleaming new concert halls have been sprouting up all across China. What do they tell us about the future of classical music?

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buzzsaw

Is ‘Mad Men’ in hope mode?

By Matthew Gilbert

history repeating

‘Maleficent’: beauty and the beast within

By Peter Keough

Sunday arts letters

By June Wulff

My Instagram: Matthew Miller

By Christopher Muther

lifestyle

Please leave Gwyneth Paltrow alone

By Christopher Muther

The ticket: Art

By Sebastian Smee

The ticket: Classical music

By Jeremy Eichler

The ticket: Dance

By Karen Campbell

The ticket: Pop

By James Reed

The ticket: Television

By Matthew Gilbert

music review

Ray LaMontagne mesmerizing at Blue Hills

By Sarah Rodman

Wartime service in Iraq shaped books

Kevin Powers, novelist

By Amy Sutherland

Book reviews

‘My Salinger Year’ and ‘J.D. Salinger’

By Priscilla Gilman

book review

‘The Long Shadow’ by David Reynolds

By David Shribman

the story behind the book

Cal Armistead and a story that starts with nothing

By Kate Tuttle

new england literary news | jan gardner

Memories of the O’Neill Theater Center

By Jan Gardner

the discovery

‘Emilie Brzezinski’

new england writers at work

Give Claire Messud the right pen and paper

By Eugenia Williamson

Names

Big Papi is charitable — even to Manny Ramirez

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Tom Brady goes deep for Best Buddies

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Kris Kristofferson, Randy Newman to be honored by PEN

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

A bouquet for maestro Seiji Ozawa

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Last call for Jerry Rappaport’s cattle

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Woody Allen prepping to shoot film in R.I.

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Current, former mayor spotted around town

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Local bestsellers

By Alex Stills

Travel

Dubai: Land of contrasts

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, capital of the UAE, offers guided tours.

By Carley D. Thornell

The United Arab Emerites’s most populous emirate and city shows tourists they can ski indoors, wander with Bedouins, look down the word’s tallest building, and shop.

Tips for visiting Dubai

By Carley Thornell

Reserve tickets in advance — up to a month early — to visit the top of the Burj Khalifa.

Flying coach on Emirates

Amenities at a  first-class seat on an Emirates flight from Boston to Dubai.

By Carley D. Thornell

The new Boston-to-Dubai direct route features the Boeing 777.

Real Estate

Which housing style is best for me?

Five local architects weigh in on the livability of some of New England’s most common housing styles.

‘This home is beautiful!’ Why livability is more important

By John Dyer

Tension between aesthetics and livability is common in real estate, said experts.

ask address...

Top 10 questions you should ask before you buy a home

By Chris Chu

Chris Chu answers your questions about building, adding, designing, and more.

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How to get rid of mold on an old wood floor

By Peter Hotton

My First Home

When everything goes wrong in a home sale

By Sarah Schweitzer

location, location, location

A glimpse at life in Shrewsbury

By Vanessa Parks

Home of the Week

Braintree home rebuilt by contractor

By John R. Ellement

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Should you prune your hydrangeas?

By Carol Stocker

Magazine

Your Home: Family Friendly

Vertical living in the South End

Lynn Clark and her daughter spend lots of time in the first-floor parlor, decorated in fun colors with storage bins for the toddler’s toys.

By Marni Elyse Katz

In a town house, a formal parlor gets a childproof makeover, from end to end.

Your Home: Family Friendly

Brookline family gets a more livable layout

The living room, a family gathering place complete with player piano, occupies a corner that formerly held the kitchen.

By Marni Elyse Katz

A family of five finds togetherness around work and play in their redesigned home.

Your Home: The Guide

How to kid- and pet-proof your home

By Elizabeth Gehrman

The furnishings, finishes, and layouts that will let your wild things be wild.

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Your Home: Family Friendly

Bright, happy kids’ rooms in Needham

By Cheryl Fenton

Your Home: Family Friendly

The perfect fit in Wellesley

By Jaci Conry

Examiner

Most popular baby names in Massachusetts in 2013

By Stephanie Vallejo

Connections

The boys’ room

By Patty Dann

Cooking

Recipes for classic fruit desserts

By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Baked Alaska at the Gourmet Room

By Rachel Travers

Dinner with Cupid

Blind date: Love me do

By Compiled Alex Stills

Tales from the City

A call for help in the modern age

Globe North

A high-tech setting for the healing arts

Students (from left) Heather Bompane of Lynn, Jessica Malatzky of Malden, and Andrea Middleton of Newburyport work as a team.

By Wendy Killeen

The man was in the emergency trauma room with second- and third-degree burns he received in a house fire. He was semiconscious and having trouble breathing.

Doctor’s art honors hospital’s quilters

Dr. Robert Martuza (left) unveils his sculpture “Comforter.”

By Maureen Mullen

The sculpture a Marblehead neurosurgeon recently donated to Massachusetts General Hospital had its roots in his first glimpse of a marble masterpiece.

Winthrop

Town reaches pact with Mohegan Sun

By Kathy McCabe

Mohegan Sun and Winthrop has agreed to a $2 million annual payment to address the impact a proposed $1.3 billion casino at Suffolk Downs would have on the town.

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Verdict mixed on tax hikes

By John Laidler

In Uniform

In Uniform

By Alice C. Elwell

Around the Diamond

Two long, hard roads back

By Joseph Saade

Notebook

NECC program students excel

By Paul Lazdowski

Dining Out

A dazzling array in Hamilton

By Michelle Lahey

Best Bets

Globe North Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

Chelsea

City launches tree planting program

By John Laidler

Malden

Cheverus School principal to move on

By Jarret Bencks

Tewksbury

Farmers market to open for season June 7

By John Laidler

Winchester

Bruins employee to speak at charity Golf-a-Thon

By Brenda J. Buote

Haverhill

Swasey Field Water Park opens for season

By Brenda J. Buote

Newburyport

Student earns top prize in business competition

By Brenda J. Buote

North Andover

Annual Fourth of July road race back for another run

By Brenda J. Buote

Peabody

City wraps up annual tree planting

By John Laidler

Globe South

Minders, Keepers?

Bug Light in Plymouth Harbor is a 47-foot, three-story cast iron cassion-style tower, and was the first “spark plug” design. It is reachable only by boat.

By Jean Lang

Community members who have been minding the Duxbury “Bug Light” may get to be its permanent keepers.

Facts about Duxbury ‘Bug Light’

Some facts about the Duxbury Pier Lighthouse, aka “Bug Light”

Walpole

Helping begets healing

Holly Manigan, owner of Humble Warrior yoga studio in Walpole, helps a student with a position during a class. After a rocky start, Manigan said her business is breaking even.

By Susan Kushner Resnick

Holly Manigan, owner of The Humble Warrior in Walpole, agrees to nearly every charitable request she gets.

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Abington

Veterans groups seek new recruits

By Jean Lang

In Uniform

In Uniform

Beverly Beckham

The case for real newspapers

By Beverly Beckham

dining out

Bring a big appetite to Driftwood

By Paul E. Kandarian

People

Bridgewater native making a score in LA

By Paul E. Kandarian

Globe South Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

Around the diamond

Protecting the future of their pitchers

By Jacob Feldman

Notebook

Yanulis gets a taste of national championship

By John R. Johnson

Quincy

Schools propose budget hike

By Katheleen Conti

Rockland

Learn to navigate Chamber programs

By Cara Bayles

Norwell

Ferguson resigns from building committee

By Juliet Pennington

Cohasset

House-crashing deer dies

By Johanna Seltz

Abington

Ladder truck out of commission

By Jean Lang

Randolph

Police Department receives certification

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Braintree

Handicap parking space returns

By Dan Adams

Duxbury

Annual paving program to wrap up

By Jean Lang

Kingston

Spending decisions on tap

By Robert Knox

Marshfield

Loaner life jackets donated

By Jennette Barnes

Pembroke

Trash contract up for renewal

By John Laidler

Weymouth

Crossing the generation gap

By Johanna Seltz

Plymouth

Relay for Life yard sale Sunday

By Emily Sweeney

Avon

46 to graduate Saturday

By Johanna Seltz

Bridgewater

Town seeks to protect farm

By Jennette Barnes

Brockton

City seeks input on grant funds

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Carver

Learn about kindergarten lottery

By Robert Knox

Dedham

Stolen motorcycle in Baltimore crash

By Dave Eisenstadter

East Bridgewater

Breakfast honors Hayes, Alexander

By Rich Fahey

Easton

Work underway on Canton Street

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Foxborough

Founders Day is Saturday

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Freetown

Town meetings postponed

By Juliet Pennington

Halifax

Incumbents sweep town election

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Hanson

Town party next Sunday

By John Laidler

Mansfield

New selectman to focus on economic development

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Marion

Fireworks display in jeopardy

By Paul Kandarian

Middleborough

Budget, police station renovation approved

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Mattapoisett

New town clerk sworn in

By Paul Kandarian

Norton

Open seat on water/sewer board

By John Laidler

Raynham

Gas station proposed for Route 44 site

By John Laidler

Rochester

Voke school has new leader

By Paul Kandarian

Sharon

Garden planting Wednesday

By Jennette Barnes

Walpole

Latin teacher wins national award

By Johanna Seltz

West Bridgewater

Student make-up time added

By Rich Fahey

Westwood

Town administrator travels to Pakistan

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Wareham

Free screening of Tremont Nail film

By Emily Sweeney

Globe West

Blazing a trail they can follow

Kyle Curtis, 6, of Belmont, takes the lead during his Navigators USA chapter’s recent expedition to Halibut Point State Park in Rockport.

By Kathleen Burge

A year ago, the Boy Scouts’ national board voted to accept a compromise: openly gay youths would be welcome, but not gay adults.

Shrewsbury

Tax hike proposal on ballot Tuesday

By John Dyer

Shrewsbury voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide on a Proposition 2½ override that would raise $5.5 million in new taxes.

Milford

Water utility settles lawsuit

By Mary MacDonald

A year after bringing online a new treatment plant to resolve contamination and water quality issues, the Milford Water Co. is still trying to regain the confidence of its customers.

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Belmont

Bylaw seeks tight limits on duplexes

By Emily Cataneo

Newton

Front-row seat to Soviet Union coup

By Maggie Quick

Globe West Best Bets

By Milva DiDomizio

In Uniform

By Alice C. Elwell

Arlington

Town to offer survey on bike sharing

By Emily Cataneo

Belmont

Media center hires administrator

By Emily Cataneo

Brookline

Town Meeting analysis for seniors

By Jaclyn Reiss

Lexington

Summer concert series begins June 24

By Emily Cataneo

Lexington

Harrington School spring fair Sunday

By Emily Cataneo

Needham

Rauch on menu at ‘green’ breakfast

By Jaclyn Reiss

Newton

City looking for new veterans agent

By Ellen Ishkanian

Newton

Tour de Newton set for June 15

By Ellen Ishkanian

Waltham

Northland wins funding for complex

By Jaclyn Reiss

Watertown

Board to honor preservation efforts

By Jaclyn Reiss

Wellesley

Povich takes seat on MassBay’s board

By Jaclyn Reiss

Bedford

Help build intergenerational bridge

By Nancy Shohet West

Carlisle

Town offering deal on compost bins

By Nancy Shohet West

Harvard

Beach parking stickers available online

By Davis Bushnell

Hudson

Talk on art heists Tuesday at library

By Jarret Bencks

Milford

Free basketball tips for K-8 girls

By Mary MacDonald

Littleton

Meet owls from near and far

By Nancy Shohet West

Maynard

Local history workshop at library

By Jarret Bencks

Northborough

Pops gala Wednesday at Algonquin

By Jennifer Roach

Southborough

Local author to discuss latest mystery

By Jennifer Roach

Westborough

Restrictions on lake after chemical treatment

By Jennifer Roach

Acton

Library hosts beekeeping program

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Bolton

Family raises money for orphans

By Matt Gunderson

Boxborough

Police look to engage Asian residents

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Concord

Register for library’s summer reading program

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Dunstable

Openings on emergency response team

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Lincoln

Recycling panel to collect used bikes

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Groton

Apply for seat on conservation board

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Stow

Board to study Lower Village zoning

By Matt Gunderson

Shirley

Town Meeting convenes Monday

By Rachel Lebeaux

Sudbury

Chorale will help mark town’s 375th

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Wayland

Free outdoor concerts start June 19

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Shrewsbury

PanMass ride for kids Sunday

By Abby Jordan

Ashland

Forum on Pond Street project Tuesday

By Rachel Lebeaux

Milford

Youth center renovation wins OK

By Mary MacDonald

Medfield

Zullo plans gala benefit June 14

By Abby Jordan

Upton

Youth theater class this summer

By Rachel Lebeaux

Holliston

Hydrant flushing on hold until fall

By Mary MacDonald

Marlborough

City honors teens for volunteer spirit

By Jarret Bencks

Plainville

Schools honored for green initiatives

By Rachel Lebeaux

Medway

Water limits take effect for summer

By Rachel Lebeaux

Bellingham

Concert band to perform at senior center

By Rachel Lebeaux

Hopkinton

Town sees bond rating improve

By Mary MacDonald

Franklin

Strawberry Stroll downtown on June 12

By Rachel Lebeaux

Framingham

Technology support at senior center

By Megan McKee

Natick

Share views on drugs, alcohol

By Megan McKee

Newtonville

By Ellen Ishkanian