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Son vows to beautify Mansfield cemetery where his father is buried

The 22-acre cemetery is marred by hundreds of feet of rusty chain link fence — a defect that 24-year-old Logan Marks plans to help fix in his father’s honor.

LYNN

Lynn is getting the lead out in more low-income housing

Lynn plans to make 400 homes for low-income families safe from lead paint over the next five years as a result of the new federal funding.

SOUTH CALENDAR

What’s happening south of Boston

Canton Public Library promises a spirited evening when S.P.I.R.I.T.S. of New England will share the results of their spine-tingling investigations into hauntings around New England.

NORTH CALENDAR

What’s happening north of Boston

Looking for a fun outing for little ones in costumes? Beverly Main Streets presents its annual Downtown Trick or Treat event on Thursday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 6 p.m.

CAMPUS ANGLE

A-B grad Leah Cardarelli has transferred her stick skills to UMass Lowell

The Acton-Boxborough graduate played three seasons at Michigan, but yearned to close out her career close to home.

LOCAL FARE

At family-style A3, Italian-American menu is just right

Boston’s suburban dining scene gets better every year, and Kingston took a step in that direction with the opening in 2017 of chef-owner John Cataldi’s A3.

WEST CALENDAR

What’s happening west of Boston

6 Bridges Gallery, located at 77 Main St., presents “re-collections,” an exhibition of ceramic sculpture by Mary Morazzi Henderson, now through Saturday, Nov. 16.

A ‘Deaf Car Guy’ with a driving passion

Brandon Bailey is used to people being surprised that he has a passion for cars despite missing one of his senses. “I prove them wrong,” he says.