Content Folder: Regional Standing in front of the pump house are Andrews Farm development residents who are struggling to get water to their homes. Rose Lincoln for the Boston Globe

Rose Lincoln for the Boston Globe

Residents of Andrews Farm at the pump house that was built to supply water to their homes.

Neighborhood left high and dry in Boxford

With a water company that failed them for a year and tried to double their rates, Andrews Farm residents are unnerved and waiting for the state to provide answers.By Linda Greenstein

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

A heartfelt version of ‘Calendar Girls’ in Stoneham

Sarah deLima, a cancer survivor, is one of the stars of the Greater Boston Stage Company production.

INFORMER

An award for Methuen police, UMass Lowell graduation, and call for grant applications

Chief Joseph Solomon and Lieutenant Joseph Aiello of the Methuen Police Department have been recognized for their work educating law enforcement on school safety.

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Former SEAL continues to serve, but this time it’s the community in Haverhill

Salvatore DeFranco and his wife, Dana, opened Battle Grounds, a coffee shop and cafe, in late 2016.

LOCAL FARE

Seafood lovers head to Ray’s on Rye Beach

“We sell as many as 30 gallons of clams on a good week,” said owner Andy Widen.

Neighborhood left high and dry in Boxford

With a water company that failed them for a year and tried to double their rates, Andrews Farm residents are unnerved and waiting for the state to provide answers.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

Under Sanchez, Lawrence returning volley

Under ex-player and new coach Hector Sanchez, Lawrence High’s volleyball team is returning to its former glory.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

A heartfelt version of ‘Calendar Girls’ in Stoneham

Sarah deLima, a cancer survivor, is one of the stars of the Greater Boston Stage Company production.

CAMPUS ANGLE

For Rainville, sport put him in the swim of college

A latecomer to competitive swimming, Nick Rainville closed out his senior season at Regis as the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Year.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances

Methuen’s Ravenne Nasser posted a 1.60 ERA in a 21-4 season for MIT softball.

INFORMER

An award for Methuen police, UMass Lowell graduation, and call for grant applications

Chief Joseph Solomon and Lieutenant Joseph Aiello of the Methuen Police Department have been recognized for their work educating law enforcement on school safety.

DRACUT

DiRocco reelected as Dracut selectman

In the School Committee race, incumbent Joseph M. Wilkie Jr. and first-time candidate Susan C. Koufogazos won posts while incumbent Daniel J. O’Connell lost his seat.

IPSWICH

All six incumbents prevail in Ipswich election

The Proposition 2½ debt exclusion to support a single-elementary school passed, opening the door for future consideration after it first failed at Town Meeting.

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA

Manchester passes funding for dam, culvert work

The one-year, $400,000 Proposition 2½ debt exclusion to fix problems on Central Street passed by a 738-416 margin.

MEDFORD

Medford holds annual vigil to drug abuse victims

The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 2, at Hormel Stadium, 90 Locust St.

Blotter tales

BLOTTER TALES

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Police confront an alleged flower thief, a woman finds something strange inside a new pair of boots, and other odd tales from local police blotters.

Cartoon Caption Contest

CAPTION CONTEST

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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 / BRION O’CONNOR

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Held at Revere Beach most Sundays, weather permitting, throughout the summer, the games boast players from the around the world in a sport that is far more popular abroad.

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MEDFORD

Medford holds annual vigil to drug abuse victims

The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 2, at Hormel Stadium, 90 Locust St.

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA

Manchester passes funding for dam, culvert work

The one-year, $400,000 Proposition 2½ debt exclusion to fix problems on Central Street passed by a 738-416 margin.

DRACUT

DiRocco reelected as Dracut selectman

In the School Committee race, incumbent Joseph M. Wilkie Jr. and first-time candidate Susan C. Koufogazos won posts while incumbent Daniel J. O’Connell lost his seat.

Interactive Graphic

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