Ceremony held at finish line
White sox 2, red sox 1
The Red Sox squandered a good pitching performance by Jake Peavy with a walk-off error by Xander Bogaerts.
Young adults who occasionally smoked marijuana show abnormalities in two key areas of their brain, according to a new study by Boston researchers.
Secretary of State William Galvin charged a Marlborough company with running a billion-dollar pyramid scheme.
Two Mass. women say undergarments infused with capsules of caffeine and vitamins failed to live up to claims that they would melt away fat.
You see it in TV ratings, in ticket prices, and in fans’ loyalties. The Bruins are flying high, while the Celtics are headed home.
In the first military action against a pro-Russian uprising in the east, special forces recaptured a small airport, the government said.
Chef Jeremy Sewall calls the presentation of tender lamb, asparagus, fava beans, peas, and mushrooms “a spring awakening.”
Last year’s shot at a Cup ended abruptly for Iginla — at the hands of the Bruins. Now he’s on the other side.
During the morning ceremony, the sister and brother of Martin Richard placed a wreath on a stand in front of the Forum Restaurant.
Frazier Glenn Cross, charged in shootings at two Jewish community sites, made his first court appearance Tuesday.
Three members of the Mass. Legislature are speaking out about their own battles against prostate cancer in an effort to elevate awareness.
The robot, made by Bluefin Robotics of Quincy, will use sonars to scour the ocean floor for the Boeing 777 aircraft.
Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor for The New Yorker, has written a memoir, “How About Never — Is Never Good for You?: My Life in Cartoons.”
Doug Most and former Governor Michael Dukakis discussed urban transportation and Boston’s historic MBTA.