Globe West's reporters and correspondents have filed a broad array of fascinating stories from around the region today, including:
Staff writer Stephanie Siek's story about how, even on the eve of her reelection bid, Waltham Mayor Jeanette McCarthy continues to challenge the city's political establishment, most recently in her attempt to change the rules that prevent her from reaching outside the city to hire a new police chief;
Correspondent Alexandra Perloe's report about how Franklin officials say the town of Norfolk has not held up its end of a 14-year-old water-sharing agreement and owes Franklin $43,717 for water it has been sending to Norfolk for more than a decade;
Correspondent John Dyer's story about how state and local historic preservation watchdogs are sounding alarms over the Fay School's plans to demolish three old houses on its campus in Southborough, and;
Sports writer Jeremy Gottlieb, in his Football Thursday column, reports how in the town of Shrewsbury, the matchup with nearby Saint John's of Shrewsbury is considered the game by which all others are measured.
For a complete listing of all the stories in today's Globe West, visit the section online.
-- Ralph Ranalli
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