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A new life for Haleigh

A family created a loving world for a child whose case remains one of the darkest chapters in the state’s child-protection system.

The Olympic stadium became a home for the Atlanta Braves.

Barry Chin/Globe staff/file

Atlanta Games’ venues left some lessons for Boston

More than a dozen former Olympic venues scattered around Greater Atlanta hold lessons for Boston -- of what worked and what can go wrong -- as the city flirts with a bid for the 2024 summer games.

Nearly 2,000 trucks will be needed to deliver goods to Market Basket’s 71 stores.

Market Basket has long shopping list for restocking

When it comes time to bring the chain back to normal, the process will probably take weeks.

President Obama shook hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin as dignitaries arrived for the G-20 summit in St. Petersburg last year.

AP/file

US-Russia work on nuclear materials in jeopardy

The diplomatic showdown over Ukraine has threatened cooperation between the two nations.

“Dance at Bougival,” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, has been on loan from the MFA for more than one-third of the time in the past four years.

Critic’s Notebook

MFA expands loans of well-known works

The museum continues to ramp up its controversial practice of renting out dozens of its most prestigious works.

The Nation

US-Russia work on nuclear materials in jeopardy

President Obama shook hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin as dignitaries arrived for the G-20 summit in St. Petersburg last year.

By Bryan Bender

The diplomatic showdown over Ukraine has threatened cooperation between the two nations.

Doctor with Ebola arrives in Atlanta

An ambulance transporting Dr. Kent Brantly, who has Ebola, arrived at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.

By Alan Blinder

Dr. Kent Brantly is believed to be the first patient with the virus ever to be treated at a hospital in the US.

Some insist Obama can do a lot alone on immigration

Leading legal analysts say the Obama administration has wide latitude to take certain actions when it comes to immigration policies.

By Alicia A. Caldwell

Leading legal analysts say the administration has wide latitude to take certain actions.

The World

Israel signals easing of Gaza ground operation

A Palestinian youth carried his belongings from a house in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip that witnesses said had been hit by an Israeli airstrike.

By Steven Erlanger

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel will continue its military campaign as long as necessary.

Syria rebels raid Lebanese town, capture troops

By Bassem Mroue

It’s the most serious incursion into the tiny country during Syria’s 3-year-old conflict.

Blast at China car parts plant kills 68, hurts 187

An explosion Saturday rocked an automotive parts factory in Kunshan in eastern China.

By Gillian Wong

The explosion Saturday was at an automotive parts factory in eastern China that supplies General Motors.

Editorial & Opinion

farah stockman | first of a six-part series

Measuring impact decades after a summer camp for Mission Hill youth

By Farah Stockman

The hope was that mentorship would help campers overcome the poverty in which they were raised. Did it?

JOAN VENNOCHI

Unvarnished reality of capital punishment

Joseph Rudolph Wood III was pronounced dead one hour and 57 minutes after his execution began.

By Joan Vennochi

We shouldn’t pretend the death penalty is a medical procedure.

TOM KEANE

Harbor Garage project is everyone’s concern

By Tom Keane

The public has a deep and abiding interest in what becomes of the entire waterfront.

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JOHN E. SUNUNU

Congress adjourns as election anxieties mount

By John E. Sununu

Tonkin Gulf Resolution

50 years after Tonkin, which lessons to draw?

By Peter S. Canellos

Marblehead

Town seeks to fill library trustee vacancy

By Steven A. Rosenberg

letters | mayor weighs in on probation trial

Public jobs should be based on merit, not who you know

letters | mayor weighs in on probation trial

Mayor makes a major misstep in sticking up for O’Brien

letters | mayor weighs in on probation trial

A ‘sad day’ indeed for Boston

letters | Tensions rise over immigration

Draw line against onslaught of illegal entry into the US

letters | Tensions rise over immigration

It’s our own policies that drive migrants north

letters | Tensions rise over immigration

Children’s journeys are desperate measures

letters | Tensions rise over immigration

Abide by the rule of law

letters | Tensions rise over immigration

Let’s take a second look at those poll numbers

Tonkin Gulf Resolution | James Carroll

When domestic upheaval erupts, listen to it

By James Carroll

Tonkin Gulf Resolution | John Kuo Wei Tchen

Anti-Asian stereotypes helped dubious incident lead to war

By John Kuo Wei Tchen

Tonkin Gulf Resolution | Andrew J. Bacevich

‘Do something’ groupthink took fateful toll

By Andrew J. Bacevich

Tonkin Gulf Resolution | NICHOLAS BURNS

Learn, but don’t overlearn, Vietnam’s lessons

By Nicholas Burns

Metro

Atlanta Games’ venues left some lessons for Boston

The Olympic stadium became a home for the Atlanta Braves.

By Mark Arsenault

More than a dozen former Olympic sites show what worked and what can go wrong as Boston flirts with a bid for the 2024 Games.

Critic’s Notebook

MFA expands loans of well-known works

“Dance at Bougival,” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, has been on loan from the MFA for more than one-third of the time in the past four years.

By Sebastian Smee

The museum continues to ramp up its controversial practice of renting out dozens of its most prestigious works.

A new life for Haleigh

Haleigh played on the front lawn with her adoptive father, Keith Arnett, and brother, Jacob. The Arnetts first took Haleigh in as a foster child.

By Patricia Wen

A family created a loving world for a child whose case remains one of the darkest chapters in the state’s child-protection system.

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Yvonne Abraham

Super PAC ad for Steve Grossman is a disservice

By Yvonne Abraham

Seven shot outside New Bedford bar

By Derek J. Anderson and Melissa Hanson

Starts & Stops

MBTA rewrote book on Boston area commute

By Martine Powers

Salem man accused of attack in Wenham

By Gal Tziperman Lotan

Secrets of Cape Cod

By Jon Marcus

Money & Careers

Market Basket has long shopping list for restocking

Nearly 2,000 trucks will be needed to deliver goods to Market Basket’s 71 stores.

By Taryn Luna

When it comes time to bring the chain back to normal, the process will probably take weeks.

A few wins for both workers, employers on Beacon Hill

Massachusetts lawmakers stayed at the State House until the early morning hours Friday to tackle a long list of measures before the session’s official close.

By Deirdre Fernandes

Minimum wage and unemployment insurance were among the key business issues tackled by the Legislature in an election year session.

The soul of a money-collecting machine

Billy Starr (center) led a Pan-Mass Challenge training ride.

By Erin Ailworth

Many credit Billy Starr, founder of the Pan-Mass Challenge, with developing the “a-thon” model of fund-raising.

Sports

Yankees 6, Red Sox 4

Allen Webster wild as Red Sox fall to Yankees

Allen Webster headed to the dugout after a troublesome third inning.

By Julian Benbow

The Red Sox pitcher gave back the lead his offense built for him, fueling the Yankees to their 6-4 win.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Lester’s (Red Sox) family leave is ‘just business’

Jon Lester leaves to a standing ovation in Oakland after allowing three runs over 6⅔
 innings. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

By Dan Shaughnessy

Unless the Sox change their new fiscal ways, Jon Lester is not going to re-sign with the Red Sox.

Bob Ryan

Lester left Boston in very good company

Jon Lester isn’t the best lefthander in Red Sox history, Bob Ryan says, but he’s close.

By Bob Ryan

He is not the best leftie in Red Sox history, but sits high up on the list.

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Sunday Baseball Notes

Significant deals still possible through waivers

By Nick Cafardo

Nick Cafardo | On Baseball

Time will tell if Lester trade is a success

By Nick Cafardo

Sunday Football Notes

Salary bar set for Darrelle Revis, Nate Solder

By Ben Volin

on second thought

Russian bike path works best with Iron stomach

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Sunday Hockey Notes

Cory Schneider’s to be main man

By Fluto Shinzawa

Athletics 8, Royals 3

Jon Lester wins Oakland debut

By Janie McCauley

Red Bulls 2, Revolution 1

Revolution fail to seal the deal

By Kevin Koczwara

Sunday Basketball Notes

NBPA makes history with hiring of Michele Roberts

By Gary Washburn

Lacrosse | Cannons 16, Launch 15

Cannons keep playoff hopes alive

By Andrew MacDougall

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME

Long Hall of Fame wait ends for Ray Guy

By John Wawrow

Ideas

Is ‘shareholder value’ bad for business?

By Leon Neyfakh

It sounds like great management philosophy — but critics say we need to get back to a broader vision of the purpose of corporations.

Thanks for the spycraft, World War I

A French observer up a tree during the First World War. From L’illustration, 1915.

By Melanie King

The fight that launched an explosion of espionage innovation.

Hindsight

Walter Gropius’s lost architectural dream for Iraq

A MAN, A PLAN: Walter Gropius in front of his Baghdad faculty tower.

By Ted Widmer

He founded the Bauhaus and an influential Cambridge firm. But his greatest unfinished project would have reshaped Baghdad.

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Uncommon Knowledge

If God is with you, take a risk!

By Kevin Lewis

Obituaries

Jon Davis, 70; real estate leader, avid volunteer

Jon Davis helped found and expand a reading service for the visually impaired.

By Kathleen McKenna

Mr. Davis, of Hingham, helped found the Talking Information Center, which provides news broadcasts and consumer information to the visually impaired.

Warren G. Bennis, 89; scholar on leadership

Dr. Bennis believed leaders are not born that way but made using self-discovery.

By Glenn Rifkin

Dr. Bennis advised presidents and business executives on his academic specialty.

Manny Roth, 94; owned influential NYC club

Manny Roth gave early breaks to such future superstars as Dylan, Hendrix, and Springsteen.

By Douglas Martin

Mr. Roth’s Cafe Wha? was a rite of passage in the 1960s for Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, and many others.

Sunday Arts

critic’s notebook

Another look back at Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon in Andy Warhol’s “Vote McGovern.”

By Mark Feeney

Forty years after he resigned from office, Nixon remains deeply embedded in American culture.

Television Review

In ‘Nixon by Nixon,’ the man speaks for himself

President Nixon resigned 40 years ago Saturday. In the HBO documentary “Nixon by Nixon,” he is heard on some of the tape recordings he made between 1971 and ’73.

By Mark Feeney

In the HBO documentary “Nixon by Nixon: In His Own Words,” the only president to resign has his say.

moviES

At 25, Daniel Radcliffe continues to evolve

“I pick the kinds of films I would like to see if I were an audience member,” says Daniel Radcliffe.

By Peter Keough

The 25-year-old hung up his wand, and pursued opportunities on both stage and screen. Next up? A date movie.

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ALBUM REVIEW

Berlin Philharmonic, Schumann Symphonies

By David Weininger

ALBUM REVIEW

Various Artists, Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue

By Matthew Guerrieri

game on

Plan your escape to ‘Lovely Planet’

By Jesse Singal

Art Review

Fiber optics at Fuller Craft Museum

By Cate McQuaid

feedback

Boston-area arts letters

By June Wulff

music review

Katy Perry in full force at TD Garden

By James Reed

My Instagram: Courtney Ryan

By Rachel Raczka

music review

Newport Jazz Festival’s wide range of styles

By By Jon Garelick

Rethinking Crocs

By Jill Radsken

The ticket: Art

By Sebastian Smee

The ticket: Classical music

By Jeremy Eichler

The Ticket: Dance picks

By Karen Campbell

The ticket: Music

By James Reed

The ticket: Television

By Sarah Rodman

The ticket: Theater

By Don Aucoin

Book review

‘This Is the Water’ by Yannick Murphy

By Mameve Medwed

exercising his intellect

Vijay Seshadri, poet

By Amy Sutherland

Book review

‘The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing’ by Mira Jacob

By Laura Collins-Hughes

Book review

‘The Invisible Bridge’ by Rick Perlstein

By David Shribman

Book review

‘In the Kingdom of Ice’ by Hampton Sides

By Matthew Price

the story behind the book

Lev Grossman on ending the magician’s trilogy

By Kate Tuttle

the word on the street

Taking readers to Martha’s Vineyard

By Jan Gardner

seven books about . . .

The trigger for WWI

By Katharine Whittemore

Names

Israel Horovitz busy with new book, play, and movie

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Dispatch celebrates with pool party

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Annie Leibovitz gives boost to Louisa May Alcott house

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

First night of ‘Twelfth Night’ is a party

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Travel

Great Wolf Lodge finds fans for first New England resort

The wave pool bubbles with a spectrum of resort guests.

By James Reed

When you get to one of the highest peaks at Great Wolf Lodge for a waterslide called the Wolf Tail, you’re in for an adventure.

Ventriloquism on exhibit in unique museum

Visitors to the the only museum dedicated to ventriloquism may feel acutely observed. Their watchers have, alas, long been silent.

By Matt Viser

When you step into Vent Haven — the only museum in the world dedicated to ventriloquism — there are 835 dummies staring back at you.

Here, there, and everywhere

From shark tagging to photo sharing

Shark tagging in Fort Lauderdale.

By Necee Regis

News, apps, deals, and gear from New England and beyond.

Real Estate

Beacon thrill: What it’s like to live in a lighthouse

By Jacqueline Tempera

Buying waterfront property for under $1 million might seem like a no-brainer, but many lighthouse owners would beg to differ.

Lighthouses for sale in New England

Online auctions are being held for the following New England lighthouses: Boon Island Light Station in York, Maine; Halfway Rock Ligh Station in Casco Bay, Maine; and Minot’s Ledge Light in Scituate.

My First Home

Girl meets boy, loses boy, buys home, finds love

By Robin Wolf

I was longing for change, and when I heard of a house for sale in Wakefield, my hometown, I leaped.

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Home of the Week

Next in downsizing: a cottage with a beachy vibe

By John R. Ellement

ask address...

Which plants should you let go to seed?

By Carol Stocker

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How to get rid of skunks and care for concrete

By Peter Hotton

ask address...

Should a home buyer allow dual agency?

By Hugh Fitzpatrick

location, location, location

The culture is strong in Wellfleet

By Scott Lajoie

location, location, location

What house your money buys in Wellfleet

By Scott Lajoie

Magazine

The Food Issue

Kristen Kish throws a party (and shares her recipes)

Kristen Kish and Jacque Westbrook (in red) welcomed friends to the South Boston loft of Kish’s mentor, Barbara Lynch, for a summery meal.

By Kara Baskin

Find out what The “Top Chef” loves to cook when the pressure is off.

The Food Issue

Clover Food Lab’s secret ingredient? Data. Lots of it.

The Kendall Square Clover restaurant.

By Eric Moskowitz

How the Cambridge vegetarian fast-food phenom went from one truck to six — plus five restaurants, a deal with Whole Foods, and an imminent expansion to D.C.

Connections

Joyce Maynard on losing ‘Mr. Right’ at the beach

By Joyce Maynard

A tale of keys gone missing and the unusual way her daughter found them.

Globe North

Salem filmmaker chronicles Hiroshima survivor’s art of forgiveness

Takashi Tanemori, accompanied by his guide dog Suki, visited his family’s gravesite in Japan in 2005.  In an undated family photo, Tanemori is the toddler in the middle; his sister Satsuko is on the right. His

By James Sullivan

When he first learned about World War II and the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, Perry Hallinan wondered why his history teacher portrayed the event as a triumph.

Big plans for Ocean Alliance

Iain Kerr, CEO of Ocean Alliance, demonstrates a robotic drone carrying  a camera at the former Tarr and Wonson paint factory.

By Sarah Shemkus

Just outside the faded red buildings of the former Tarr and Wonson paint factory on Rocky Neck, new oceanographic technology is taking flight.

Meals tax a boon to area cities and towns

The tax has benefited cities and towns.

By John Laider

To date, 192 municipalities have adopted the .75 percent local option meals tax, 42 in the region north of Boston.

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Who Taught You to Drive?

State highway fees follow the rental fleets

By Peter DeMarco

Around the Diamond

Pitchers shine in Futures league

By Isaac Chipps

Best Bets

Globe North best bets

By Milva DiDomizio

Burlington

New appointments at Burlington Mall

By John Laidler

Melrose

School choice applications due Friday

By Kathy McCabe

Tewksbury

National Night Out being observed Tuesday

By John Laidler

Somerville

$126,000 awarded to housing and homeless services

By Katherine Landergan

Gloucester

Reserve police at police academy

By David Rattigan

Lawrence

Elder Services receives $250K grant

By Karen Sackowitz

Lowell

Ban on shark fins credited to 9-year-old

By Karen Sackowitz

Salem

Annual Ice Cream Bowl is Tuesday

By John Laidler

Newburyport

Residents sought to fill seats on Waterfront Trust

By Katherine Landergan

Globe South

Boy helps Mattapoisett honor man who helped nation explore space

Hans Mark (center), NASA Deputy Administrator, and Milton A. Silveira (right), special assistant to the Deputy Administrator, at NASA’s mission control center in 1996.

By John Laidler

Milton Silveira, who died at 84 in July 2013, was a the Mattapoisett native played a key role in the manned space missions of the 1960s.

Milton Silveira’s legacy

By John Laidler

Milton Silveira’s legacy

Surfing kids making waves at Nantasket

At Nantasket Beach, kids at South Shore Surfing Camp practice their competition drills. They had finished their surfing for the morning.

By John R. Johnson

At least three surfing camps operate on the beach, which is known for producing consistent waves to ride at both low and high tides.

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State awards millions for area schools

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Beverly Beckham

Society’s drinking problem goes unchecked

By Beverly Beckham

Globe South community bulletin board

By Compiled William Holt

Globe South best bets

By Milva DiDomizio

Around the Diamond

Matt Walsh, Dave Murphy right at home with Plymouth Pilgrims

By Michael McMahon

Avon

Board grants permit to auto firm

By Johanna Seltz

Abington

Nonprofits gather for summit

By Jean Lang

Mattapoisett

State grants $10,000 to tri-town libraries

By Paul Kandarian

Freetown

Voter registration deadline Aug. 20

By William Holt

Norton

Town picks solar firm

By John Laidler

Hanson

Masons plan annual flea market

By John Laidler

Cohasset

Parking study underway

By Johanna Seltz

Lakeville

Road work begins Monday

By Paul Kandarian

Holbrook

Economic development advisory board forming

By Jennette Barnes

Hingham

Residents warned of EEE risk

By Jaclyn Reiss

East Bridgewater

Library wins grant, looks to future

By Rich Fahey

Mansfield

Schools name interim superintendent

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Kingston

Kingston awarded ‘Green’ grants

By Robert Knox

Hull

Commuter boats temporarily grounded

By Johanna Seltz

West Bridgewater

Special voter registration session

By Rich Fahey

Walpole

Interim administrator on board

By Johanna Seltz

Marshfield

Arson at high school no joke, chief says

By Jennette Barnes

Raynham

Town selects building chief

By John Laidler

Milton

Museum to host annual Lincoln Day

By Jaclyn Reiss

Dedham

Town may deputize Boston officers

By Dave Eisenstadter

Plymouth

Plans to expand sewer system

By Emily Sweeney

Sharon

Road closures planned for Square Jam

By Jennette Barnes

Pembroke

Bandstand concerts resume

By John Laidler

Norwood

Dance academy closing its doors

By Jean Lang

Bridgewater

Hotel zoning change proposed

By Jennette Barnes

Randolph

New team digs in for start of school

By Elaine Cushman Carroll

Rockland

Town takes car salesman to court

By Cara Bayles

Easton

Town hires veterans services officer

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Scituate

Selectman Murray resigns

By Johanna Seltz

Weymouth

Farmers market highlights villages

By Johanna Seltz

Brockton

Final parent-support workshop

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Foxborough

Pinning down new Splitsville feature

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Middleborough

New police chief pick is close

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Westwood

Groups work together to sponsor free pass

By Michele Morgan Bolton

Wareham

Parking program likely to return

By Emily Sweeney

Stoughton

Glen Echo Pond future debated

By Rich Fahey

Globe West

Town center developments sprouting in suburbs west of Boston

Waltham: Merc at Moody & Main, Waltham Center; 269 apartments, more than 27,000 feet of retail space and a 300-car parking garage; Three buildings, opening in phases over 2015 and 2016.

By Scott Van Voorhis

Several area communities are singing the praises of residential projects as a key to bringing new life into their commercial and retail cores.

Several libraries receive grants

By James H. Burnett III

Twenty-eight municipalities applied for a piece of the $959,425 from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

Former Waltham chief sues city for wages, vacation pay

Thomas LaCroix, shown in court after his arrest, was fired by Waltham after being convicted of assaulting his wife.

By Jaclyn Reiss

Former Waltham Police Chief Thomas LaCroix, who resigned last summer after being convicted of assaulting his wife, is suing the city for $74,000.

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Teens campaign to save 1849 house

By Hattie Bernstein

Around the Diamond

Host Sudbury Post 191 earned its trip to state tournament

By Taylor C. Snow

Globe West best bets

By Milva DiDomizio

Arlington

View results of visual preference survey

By Emily Cataneo

Arlington

Roadwork on Mass. Ave. this week

By Emily Cataneo

Belmont

Agency issues alert on West Nile virus

By Emily Cataneo

Brookline

Jewish folk music at the library

By Jaclyn Reiss

Waltham

Ex-officer sentenced for child porn

By Jaclyn Reiss

Watertown

Recreation officials to hold monthly forum

By Jaclyn Reiss

Wellesley

Free Morses Pond outing for seniors

By Jaclyn Reiss

Northborough

STEM camp with artful bonus

By Hattie Bernstein

Sudbury

Help count eels in Sudbury River

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Berlin

Lightning starts fire at senior complex

By Matt Gunderson

Northborough

Youth basketball clinic starts Monday

By Hattie Bernstein

Littleton

Forum to review board’s list of goals

By Nancy Shohet West

Acton

Group planning trip to Tanglewood

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Boylston

Education foundation offering grants

By Matt Gunderson

Lincoln

Interim opening on Board of Health

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Boxborough

Skate with Colonial synchronized team

By Hattie Bernstein

Southborough

Register for fall softball season

By Hattie Bernstein

Northborough

Discuss book on ‘Worcester Revolution’ of ’74

By Hattie Bernstein

Medway

Register for Farm to Fork fund-raiser

By Rachel Lebeaux

Sudbury

Learn about tax break for seniors

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Carlisle

Library to close for repairs

By Nancy Shohet West

Shirley

Senior center seeking volunteers

By Rachel Lebeaux

Westborough

Donate jewelry to aid library

By Hattie Bernstein

Bedford

Town gains steady funding for Hanscom students

By Nancy Shohet West

Harvard

Free wellness screenings Aug. 19

By Davis Bushnell

Groton

Regional hazardous trash site open this week

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Marlborough

Clancy is named parade’s grand marshal

By Hattie Bernstein

Wayland

Water-conservation rules in effect

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Stow

Kids can ‘wash a firetruck’ today

By Matt Gunderson

Concord

Minuteman reenactors at North Bridge

By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Bolton

Crews to repave two roads

By Matt Gunderson

Westborough

Community band performing Sunday

By Hattie Bernstein

Shrewsbury

Video game program for parents

By Abby Jordan

Hudson

Farley Elementary gets new principal

By Justin Rice

Marlborough

Teamsters gain role at charter school

By John Dyer

Dover

Neighbor seeks to block farm’s sale

By Mary MacDonald

Holliston

Talk with mosquito-control crews

By Mary MacDonald

Hopkinton

Theater troupe seeks costume materials

By Mary MacDonald

Medfield

Animal shelter seeks donations

By Abby Jordan

Milford

Check town’s list of uncashed checks

By Mary MacDonald

Milford

Medical center earns high marks

By Mary MacDonald

Millis

State paying for Rosenfeld Road work

By Justin Rice

Millis

Board OK’s housing development

By Justin Rice

Norfolk

Learn about famous scientists Tuesday

By Abby Jordan

Franklin

Children’s show Monday at library

By Rachel Lebeaux

Plainville

Comedy night to boost athletic league

By Rachel Lebeaux

Sherborn

Good early numbers on Farm Pond

By Mary Macdonald

Upton

Apply for board, committee slots

By Rachel Lebeaux

Wrentham

Tips on preparing for kindergarten

By Abby Jordan

Natick

Crews will check mosquito levels

By Megan McKee

Framingham

One bridge repaired, one more to go

By Megan McKee