Arthur T. submits final bid for Market Basket

Demoulas submitted a final offer to buy the Market Basket chain, representing a last-ditch effort to work out a deal.

// If Perry runs in ’16, he promises to be more prepared

Texas Governor Rick Perry, under indictment on abuse of power charges, returned today to New Hampshire.

Shortly after graduating from MIT, Aafia Siddiqui had an arranged marriage and bore three children.

Woman mentioned in Foley ransom note attended MIT, Brandeis

Militants claimed to offer the return of James Foley and other captured Americans for Muslims like their “sister,” Aafia Siddiqui.

Russian artillery units in Ukraine, NATO says

The Russian military is using the artillery units, manned by Russian personnel, to fire at Ukrainian forces, officials said.

// 140,000 bees removed from Mansfield chapel

“I get stung a lot, but my job is fun,” said beekeeper Jon Nelson, who removed the insects from the chapel ceiling.

Patriots vs. Panthers | 7:30 PM WBZ

5 things to watch in the Patriots-Panthers game

Is Tom Brady in sync with his receivers? Have the Patriots adjusted to the new penalty rules? Here’s what to watch.

Shirley Leung and her boys —Eli, 3½, and Evan, 1½ — headed out on the town.


Raising children in the city

Globe columnist Shirley Leung misses her life in Boston. But could she really handle city living with young children?

Matthew Gilbert’s Emmy predictions

There are a few mysteries heading into this year’s Emmy Awards. Here’s one critic’s view of Emmy snubs and sure things.

Brimfield’s main road cuts between nearly two dozen fields.


Brimfield antiques market on the decline

Undiscovered treasures are lacking at America’s premier antiques market in large part because the Internet has made more savvy sellers of everyone.

Outfielder Rusney Castillo played for his native Cuba in the 2011 Pan-Am Games in Mexico.

Red Sox, Cuban defector Rusney Castillo agree to deal

The free agent outfielder defected earlier this year, and attracted the interest of several MLB teams.


Movie Review

// More tales of ‘Sin City’ in ‘A Dame to Kill For’

Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez’s latest neo-noir anthology has cinematic juice.