Sean McLoughlin (left) of HireMinds recently met with Dan Pflock to recruit him to Cambridge-based company LogicNow. “There’s demand for everything,” McLoughlin said of the tech industry.

In tech hiring, there’s ‘demand for everything’

The economy is on the upswing, and clients are clamoring to find talent for their companies.

// IOC head: Boston’s Olympic case has ‘great potential’

The head of the International Olympic Committee cited Boston’s history and reputation as a center of higher education.

Anti-fluoride movement grows north of Boston

Activists are pushing for communities — including Newburyport, Gloucester, Rockport, and Topsfield — to rid their water supplies of fluoride.

National Weather Service

Up to 14 inches of snow expected Monday

The snow is expected to begin falling in Greater Boston after midnight Sunday and intensify during the morning commute.

Boston-1/31/15-The Boston Bruins vs the LA Kings. Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask makes a great 2nd period save on a breakaway shot by Kings Nick Shore. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki (sports)

Bruins 3, Kings 1

Brad Marchand scores twice as Bruins defeat Kings

Saturday’s victory was, in many respects, similar to the game the Bruins and Kings had played earlier in the season.

//[1].jpg Property tax bills add to cost of living in the suburbs

A strong commercial base can offset a community’s municipal services and reduce property taxes, experts say.

Jeb Bush and his grandfather, Prescott Bush, at Jeb’s graduation from Andover in June 1971.

George Bush Presidential Library

Jeb Bush shaped by troubled Phillips Academy years

Bush almost ran aground at the Andover prep school, and it would take four years for him to straighten out.

Super Bowl XLIX

Dan Shaughnessy

Patriots tackle unfinished business in Phoenix

Deep down, everybody knows that this game is much more about the Patriots than it is about the worthy champions from the Pacific Northwest.


Super Bowl scouting report: Patriots’ keys to victory

A look at how New England and Seattle stack up against each other.

// Former Patriot Junior Seau voted into Hall of Fame

Seau, elected posthumously, was the only first-time eligible candidate to get in this year.

Among the hoopla, Jonathan Kraft remained focused on the task at hand while strolling the sidelines at the AFC Championship game.

Jonathan Kraft has been stepping out of his father’s shadow

The president of the Kraft Group is a sharp-edged chief executive whose focus rarely wavers from family, philanthropy, and making it big in business.

The arrival of the Patriots and the construction of Gillette Stadium changed Foxborough, but it still has a small-town feel.

location, location, location

What is it like to live in Foxborough?

For many, Foxborough is synonymous with football, but there’s more to the town than playing host to the NFL franchise.

New York Police Commissioner William Bratton (right), with Mayor Bill de Blasio, wants to give officers more time to engage with the community.

Craig Ruttle/Associated Press

Kevin Cullen

Another Bratton revolution for the New York City police

One year after Bill Bratton regained the reins of the NYPD, he is engaged in a battle that is both epic and personal.

special section

Winter arts preview

Boston Ballet presents “Lady of the Camellias,” “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul” premieres, and critics pick the best of the winter.

home of the week

Norfolk Colonial with curving bridal staircase

In a neighborhood of large, shady lots, the brickwork and quoined corners really set this center-hall Colonial apart from the rest.


Bruce A. Percelay

// A practical approach to middle-market housing

If Boston is to provide adequate housing for the backbone of its population, several parties need to make concessions.

The Big Picture

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The road to K-pop stardom

Some Koreans often put up with punishing schedules in the hope of one day making it big in the music industry.

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