Globe West's reporters and correspondents bring you a wide variety of interesting stories from around the region today, including:
Bureau chief Erica Noonan's report about a ruling by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office that two members of Sherborn's Board of Selectmen violated the state's Open Meeting Law when they met behind closed doors this year to discuss an employee contract;
Staff writer Meg Woolhouse's story about a developing feud between two big Boston-based hospitals about a new cancer center in Newton;
Correspondent Christina Pazzanese's story about how embattled Watertown Town Councilor Marilyn Petitto Devaney has emerged as an unlikely leader of the forces pressuring the Anti-Defamation League to fully acknowledge the Armenian Genocide, and;
Correspondent Calvin Hennick's report about how Holliston officials are scrambling to find a way to pay for a new police station after bids for the project came in nearly $1 million higher than expected.
For a complete listing of all the stories in today's Globe West, visit the section online.
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