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TikTok trend encouraging vandalism, theft hits South Shore middle schools

DUXBURY — A new social media trend is spurring students to wreak havoc on school facilities across the nation and on the South Shore. Called "devious licks," the TikTok trend encourages participants to steal or destroy things around them, and officials from middle schools in Duxbury and Norwell say they've dealt with recent thefts and bouts of vandalization in bathrooms.
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Salem News

Antonelli takes over Bishop Fenwick baseball program

One of the most respected names on the North Shore baseball scene will be taking over one of its most prestigious high school programs. Matt Antonelli was hired as the new head baseball at Bishop Fenwick, athletic director Dave Woods announced on Friday. A former Major League player who grew up in Peabody, starred at St. John's Prep and has run the highly successful Antonelli Baseball program for the last eight years, Antonelli takes over a Crusader team coming off Division 3 North championships in 2019 and 2021.
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Sun Chronicle

Plainville again looking at regionalizing its schools

PLAINVILLE — The town is forming a committee to look at regionalizing its elementary schools. The School Regionalization Study Committee will contact neighboring school systems to determine any interest they may have in exploring the possibility. The committee will also identify potential organizational, operational and financial benefits of combining school...
MetroWest Daily News

Milford and Natick stage an instant high school football classic

MILFORD – With his team trying to protect a seven-point lead and time ticking away late in the fourth quarter Thursday night, Milford High football coach Dale Olson repeatedly shouted “ball security” from the sidelines. But on the very next play, he watched as his senior running back Tyler Lane...
Wicked Local

Hebrew College’s Centennial kicks off with Torah-inspired art exhibit

Hebrew College recently launched its centennial programming with the opening of “Seeing Torah: A Visual Midrash,” an art exhibit representing the spiritual, political and feminist lessons of the Torah by Boston artist and Hebrew College adult learner Anita Rabinoff-Goldman. This visual diary, which will be on display through December, consists...

QHS Senior Football Players, Cheerleaders Honored At Senior Night

Quincy High School’s senior varsity football players and senior cheerleaders were honored on Senior Night before the Presidents’ game against Oliver Ames Sept. 17. The players and cheerleaders were introduced and escorted to mid-field by family and friends prior to kick-off at Quincy’s home opener at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. There...
Wilmington Apple

VIDEO: WHS Athletic Director Mia Muzio Looks Back At Her First Year, Looks Ahead To Her Second Year

WILMINGTON, MA — WCTV play-by-play sports announcer Jim Boyle recently interviewed Wilmington High School Athletic Director Mia Muzio, who is beginning her second year with the Wildcats. Muzio discusses her first year on the job, the program’s successes, the program’s challenges during COVID-19, her integration into the community, the accomplishment...
Boston Herald

Reading QB James Murphy has gleam, leads team

READING — Reading High School football coach John Fiore went with an interesting reference when discussing what it was like to make James Murphy his starter when the quarterback was a freshman two years ago. “Sometimes a talented kid isn’t quite ready,” said Fiore after practice Tuesday. “He’s got to...

Is the MBA Worth It? Hear What Recent HBS Grads Have to Say (Part 2)

Mollie Breen, Adam Friedman, Dilan Gomih, Scott Robertson & Page Wagley Alumni. We asked recent HBS alumni to reflect on their time at—and after—HBS to answer the question “Is the MBA worth it?” Here are their thoughts on the business school experience, the value of an MBA degree, and how to best prepare for HBS. (Part 1 of this series is available here.)

Framingham School Committee Passes $9.5 Million Capital Infrastructure Funding Plan

In full transparency, the following is a press release from the Framingham School Committee & Framingham Public Schools, submitted to SOURCE media. FRAMINGHAM – This week the City of Framingham’s School Committee voted to approve the school district’s annual request of priority capital projects for Fiscal Year 2023. These projects and the district’s capital planning process seek to invest in priority needs, as well as save money in the long-term by prioritizing preventative maintenance, public health, environmental, and security projects, and utilizing existing infrastructure, and fully using warranties and cost effective contract vehicles in partnership with municipal departments.