Two killed in N.H. plane crash

The two occupants of a small airplane were killed when the aircraft crashed near the Hampton airfield this morning.

Student injured in fall from MIT fraternity window

A student was rushed to the hospital Sunday night when she fell from a window, officials said.

Patrick Courtney saws a tall, oak tree that fell into the front yard if his home at 118 Vernon St. In Worcester after a tornado tore through the neighborhood Sunday night.

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Tornado damages cars, homes in Worcester

The city experienced what is believed to be its first tornado in 61 years on Sunday.

Rob Gronkowski says he’ll play in Patriots’ opener

The tight end said he’s “ready to go” on Sunday vs. the Dolphins.

Peyton Manning and the Broncos are seeking to be back in the Super Bowl this season.

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Best and worst scenarios for all 32 NFL teams

Here’s an outline for how the 2014 season could play out and who might be lifting the Lombardi Trophy.

My First Home

Noisy neighbors? You’re on your own.

Life in a condo means you have to take matters with troublesome neighbors into your own hands.


Cash for Clunkers: How bad public policy gets made

The $3 billion program was a spectacular failure, at least according to two studies.


Surviving the gig economy

More and more workers are striking out on their own. Is it a sustainable workforce?


endorsement | Democratic primary

// Maura Healey for attorney general

The Globe’s editorial board says Healey has a clear focus on the core responsibilities of the office.



// How New Englanders invented the wilderness

The birth of the movement to protect places ‘untrammeled by man’