Market Basket workers calling for another rally

Business at stores across Mass. slowed to a trickle Wednesday morning as employees continued their protests.

Market Basket workers held signs outside their Stadium Plaza store in Lowell.

Market Basket regulars find ready alternatives

Supermarkets are getting a rush of business from customers once loyal to Market Basket.

// Philip Chism arraigned for alleged assault on state worker

Chism, the teen accused of killing a Danvers teacher, allegedly tried to strangle a female worker at a state facility.

47 trapped, feared dead in plane crash in Taiwan

The plane crashed in a failed emergency landing.

Authorities want to talk to anyone who saw a girl carrying the bag on the right or wearing the clothes on the right.

New Hampshire Office of the Attorney General

In cryptic appeal, officials seek help in case of N.H. teen

Authorities are seeking information from anyone who saw Abigail Hernandez shortly before she was reunited with her family.

// Rob Gronkowski cleared to play, Bill Belichick says

The Patriots coach said Wednesday that doctors have signed off on Gronkowski returning to practice when camp begins Thursday.

Bill Belichick will have to pare the Patriots roster from 90 to 53 by the regular season.

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Money may dictate Patriots’ roster moves

There’s only about 18 roster spots up for grabs this camp, and financial considerations may be a big factor in who makes the squad.

In July 1974, a woman’s remains were found in the National Seashore in Provincetown. Her hands were amputated, and she had been nearly decapitated.

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The mystery of Provincetown’s Lady of the Dunes

She was found dead in the sand, and even now — 40 years later — police want to know who she was and what happened to her.



// Enough with the niceties with Russia

The US needs to speak with force about the evidence surrounding Russia’s role in the downed jetliner and its role in fueling the war in Ukraine.


// Is Boston actually a major tech player?

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