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There’s a pencil for every writer at the The Paper Mouse in West Newton.

The Paper Mouse has a pencil for every personality

In an all e-world, the Newton shop shows adults and children alike the tactile joys of stationery. By Hattie Bernstein

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Holiday performances west of Boston

Take in a concert, admire holiday-decorated houses, or run a race to get into the holiday spirit.

Latest Globe West headlines

UP CLOSE

Kale for the body, ‘Vice Cream’ for the spirit

Months after launching the brand, Dan Schorr was diagnosed with lymphoma. But that made his ice cream taste all the sweeter.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Holiday performances west of Boston

Take in a concert, admire holiday-decorated houses, or run a race to get into the holiday spirit.

Newton write-in candidate to get recount in City Council race

Allison Sharma said she believes some of her supporters cast their votes in the wrong contest

NATICK

Natick oficials to discuss design options for South Main Street

The town is exploring design options to balance the needs of people traveling by motor vehicle, on foot and by bicycle, as well as those living along South Main Street.

NOTEWORTHY

GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Wellesley’s Abby Furdak made six saves as Middlebury defeated Messish, 4-0, Nov. 18 to win its second national field hockey title in three years.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

For Westborough girls, victory born of defeat

Three state comeback wins gave the Westborough girls’ volleyball team the Division 2 state title, but an early-season loss.

Watertown Boys and Girls Club plans new teen center

The new space would offer computer coding, college planning, and workforce development.

The Paper Mouse has a pencil for every personality

In an all e-world, the Newton shop shows adults and children alike the tactile joys of stationery.

THE ARGUMENT

Should the state approve the proposed Eversource transmission line between Sudbury and Hudson?

Read two views and vote in our online poll.

CAMPUS ANGLE

Needham’s Ouligian rises to the occasion for Colgate soccer

Former Needham High soccer player Aram Ouligian scored with under three minutes to play to give Colgate an upset win over Michigan Nov. 19 in the NCAA Tournament.

INFORMER

An ugly sweater party, a book sale, and a historic home tour

Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the suburbs west of Boston.

NEWTON

Meetings planned for Newton Centre, West Newton projects

The projects are aimed at supporting two local village centers.

South

26zobella - Nearly 25 years ago, as a young waitress, Anne Manning sued a Boston restaurant for sexual harassment. (Handout)

Bella English

Thanks to all the women before #MeToo

All of us women owe a huge debt to Anita Hill, who at last put a name to what so many of us just called life. We also owe thanks to women like Anne Manning, who stood up for herself, and other women, long before #MeToo.

Interactive Graphic

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