Erin Ferjulian, a third-generation farmer, and her daughter Natalie, 19, say they have no time to sell their wares at local farmers' markets.
(Globe staff photo by Robert E. Klein)
Globe West reporters have fanned out across the region to bring you a variety of compelling stories this Sunday, including:
Staff writer Megan Woolhouse's story about how local farmer's markets, while growing in popularity, are having trouble attracting local farmers to sell their wares;
Bureau chief Erica Noonan's story about planning officials and local home builders in Wellesley will face off about proposed "anti-manionization" rules at a public meeting tonight;
Correspondent Calvin Hennick's report about how more and more parents are sending their children to public schools like King Philip Regional in Wrentham thanks to state-of-the-art school buildings and improved instruction, and;
Correnspondent Christina Pazzanese's report about how Watertown is becoming a mini-mecca for local cable television production.
For a complete listing of all stories, columns, and other features in today's Globe West, visit the section online.
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