Arthur T. Demoulas makes offer to buy Market Basket

Former Market Basket chief executive Arthur T. Demoulas, shown here in 2013, said he will make an offer to buy the embattled supermarket chain.

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Demoulas, pictured above in 2013, will try to buy the 50.5 percent of the company now controlled by family members who fired him.

Meet the Market Basket board of directors

Demoulas Super Markets Inc., which operates the 71 Market Basket stores, has a seven-member board.

Liverpool fans showed their support in the stands.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

A friendly at Fenway is chance to see different kind of football

Dan Shaughnessy took the night off from watching the surging, last-place Red Sox to catch The Beautiful Game in the world’s most beloved ballpark.

Ways glittery and grim near Common

In downtown Boston, drug trade is heavy amid commercial and residential activity.

Planned Parenthood clinics used to have a 35-foot buffer zone (seen above), but after that was struck down, the state House has passed a different bill to protect clinics.

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New curbs near on protests at clinics

The Legislature has scrambled to craft a new law following the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down the state’s “buffer zone” laws.

Fertility doctor allegedly failed to report abuse

The founder of a fertility clinic failed to tell authorities more than 15 years ago that Dr. Roger Ian Hardy was allegedly seen sexually molesting a patient.

Jury awards $14m in 2008 death

The decision against Radius HealthCare Center is the largest nursing home-related verdict in Massachusetts in at least the last decade.

BetaBoston

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/07/23/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/league150-7741.jpg Is Boston actually a major tech player?

Scott Kirsner thinks Boston can and should aspire to play at a major league level in tech.