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The possibility of a poor play leading up to the July 31 trade deadline could push the Red Sox toward seller status. [Read More]
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Many education advocates are characterizing the state's new budget as a big step toward overhauling school funding, but they are still eager for Beacon Hill... [Read More]
The injured man, a Bridgewater resident, was taken to South Shore Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, police said. [Read More]
Prosecutors said Noemi Mejia, 51, used the identity of a US citizen from Puerto Rico to get federal housing assistance benefits. [Read More]
The cause of the outbreak is unknown and most cases occurred in greater Boston. [Read More]
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Steve Pemberton, a former foster child from New Bedford turned businessman and author, will become the second Democrat to directly challenge US Senator Ed Markey... [Read More]
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The lefthander improved to 12-4 by allowing just two hits — both infield singles — over seven scoreless innings. [Read More]
The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for several towns on Cape Cod for just over an hour Monday night. [Read More]
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Stories you may have missed from the world of business. [Read More]
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The standout defensive lineman was suspended for violating the league's personal conduct policy. [Read More]
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The team is preparing for the FIBA World Cup Aug. 31-Sept. 15 and Kemba Walker and Jayson Tatum also are on the roster. [Read More]
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Advocates want the T to institute a fare for riders of modest means, similar to the reduced fares for some middle- and high-school students. [Read More]
Tags: MBTA - Advocates - fare
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Shayne Stilphen died after an arrest the morning of July 14. In a powerful display, his mother brought three poster boards filled with photos... [Read More]
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Playwright Kirsten Greenidge delivers a cautionary tale about how the interests of students can be lost amid the machinations of parents and administrators. [Read More]
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In the neighborhood parks, there were no umps, no parents, and no travel teams. There was just one rule: Be home for dinner. [Read More]
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Governor Charlie Baker initially laid out the plan in January. Legislators softened some of the original language, but generally followed Baker's blueprint. [Read More]
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I was not a big fan of the finale, although it wasn't a disaster like the end of "Lost." [Read More]
Tags: Lost - Thrones - still
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The unpaid tickets total more than $16,000 owed to the city of Providence. [Read More]
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Massachusetts' last in the nation spending plan clears the way for lawmakers to focus on, well, lawmaking. [Read More]
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Readers weigh in on a number of criminal justice issues, from medical parole to secure units to juvenile reform. [Read More]
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