Here are some of the stories making headlines in the Stoneham region this week:
Report: James Marzilli Facing New Accusations: James Marzilli, the former state senator from Arlington who pleaded guilty last year to lewdly harassing four women on the streets of Lowell in 2008, is facing new accusations, but he will not be charged, according to a Fox 25 News report this evening.
Police Seek Public Help in Beacon Hill Sexual Assault Case: Boston police are asking the public for their help in a home break-in and sexual assault on Beacon Hill. Officers posted the image of a suspect on BPDnews.com and asked anyone who recognizes the man to come forward.
Banned in Brookline: Polystyrene Food and Beverage Containers: The use of Polystyrene, more commonly known as Styrofoam, will be prohibited for take-out or to go in Brookline
Charlestown's Generosity Evident in Response to Johnnie's Closure
With Johnnies closing in less than a week, Charlestown will be without a supermarket until the construction of Whole Foods is completed. In such little notice, the Townie Association quickly responded to the issue by starting a petition for shuttle services.