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From left, Mark Murray stands with his siblings Thomas Murray, Maureen Wall, and Ted Murray next to the latest addition to the Burlington Sculpture Park, a sculpture by Dale Rogers of two cardinals resting atop a heart.

A sculpture of two ‘love birds’ tells a Burlington couple’s story

“We want people to enjoy [the sculpture],” said daughter Maureen Wall, “and hopefully want to learn about our parents’ lives if they didn’t know them.”

Roopika Risam, associate professor of Secondary and Higher Education and English and the Faculty Fellow of Digital Library Initiatives at Salem State University.

Salem State leads effort to expand digital ethnic studies

Salem State University is leading a new initiative aimed at providing more students from underrepresented backgrounds the ability to study and communicate through digital tools.

The Weymouth Food Pantry is expanding its warehouse to provide more space for perishable and frozen foods for pantries across the South Shore.

Weymouth Food Pantry to start a food bank serving South Shore

The Weymouth Food Pantry is expanding its warehouse and starting a South Shore Food Bank, which will provide food storage space to pantries in 18 other communities.

Author Roxie Zwicker will speak on witchcraft stories from New England history at Ventress Library in Marshfield on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

South Shore region embraces the spooky spirit of Halloween

Ghosts and goblins never had it so good as a range of public events celebrate a holiday’s spectral fun.

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Assembly Row and the Somerville Arts Council has unveiled a new art installation titled “We are Somerville” depicting Somerville residents and workers.

Giant banners say what Somerville is about

Assembly Row and the Somerville Arts Council has unveiled a new art installation titled “We are Somerville.”

Black News Hour

Episode 2: Mayoral candidate Michelle Wu shares her vision for Boston

Also, Rachael Rollins spoke with Globe reporter Meghan E. Irons about her tenure as Suffolk County district attorney and her US Attorney nomination.

Watch live: ‘Black News Hour’ closes out its second episode

Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins joins "Black News Hour."

A woman runs along Commonwealth Avenue on the marathon route Oct. 11.

With Boston Marathon’s return, Newton residents ran again for charity

Newton runners teamed up with charity groups and raised money for various organizations in this year’s Boston Marathon — held in person on Oct. 11 for the first time since the start of the pandemic.