Lawmakers agree on deal to tighten Mass. gun laws

The gun bill, along with domestic violence legislation, and a sales tax holiday headed for votes on the final day of the session.

Protestors yelled at a driver of a Market Basket truck outside of the chain’s headquarters Wednesday morning.

Market Basket seeks replacement workers

As protests continued at area stores, Market Basket said it is planning a job fair next week to fill some positions.

At the American Legion on Broadway, Red Cross volunteer Michelle Santucci took information from resident Renee Bowermaster, who needed assistance after her home on Rose Street was damaged.

Revere residents voice concerns over tornado aftermath

At a meeting, residents said they’re worried about recovery costs, security, debris disposal, and insurance claims.

It’s hard to believe how things have changed since Koji Uehara and his teammates were celebrating a Series title. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff

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Nine months after World Series, Sox are changed team

That Red Sox are near to disbanding their title team, and the clubhouse mood reflects that.

Jon Lester has been the center of trade talks, but other Red Sox players could be on the market, too.

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Red Sox rebuild will be fascinating, and they’ll compete in 2015

The Red Sox will flip prospects received in trades for established players in putting together a competitive team.

// Red Sox continue discussions on Jon Lester trade

Lester watched the Sox play the Blue Jays from the dugout on Wednesday night.

A New Hampshire State Trooper walked near a cargo container on the property of Nathaniel Kibby in Gorham, N.H., on Tuesday.

Searches continue at home of N.H. teen’s alleged kidnapper

Investigators said they expect to remain on the property of Nathaniel Kibby through the end of the week.

// Coast Guard investigates stranding of whale watch boat

The Coast Guard has begun an probe into the incident, which left passengers stranded on the vessel overnight.



// ‘God Bless America,’ now with irony

Irving Berlin wrote “God Bless America,” a song used by anti-immigration advocates, years after he immigrated to the US as a child.



// To keep growth going, Twitter wants to be everywhere

The 140-character social network is riding high after a stronger than expected quarter.