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Also in today's Globe West ...

Posted by Ralph Ranalli October 7, 2007 11:25 AM

REGION

Globe West's reporters and correspondents have spread out across the region to bring you a buffet of interesting stories today, including:

Correspondent Lisa Keen's report about how the use of modular classrooms to expand capacity at old school buildings, usually a simple solution to a common problem, has turned into a tricky, expensive, and contentious dilemma for Wellesley High School;

Correspondent Alexandra Perloe's story about how, frustrated with the remedy proposed by Medway water and sewer commissioners for the brown water coursing through pipes in the northeast section of town, officials and residents made their feelings clear during a selectmen's meeting last week, and;

Staff writer Stephanie Siek's report about how a luxury housing development going up near a corner of Weston's Highland Street and Boston Post Road boasts top-of-the-line technology for those less-savory elements of modern life, waste-water and storm-water treatment.

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