Bitter split muddles future of South End markets

Chris Masci, owner of New England Open Markets, chatted with Barbara Rietscha, owner of Stow Greenhouses. The South End Open Market at SoWa will move to a new location next year.

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Because of an ugly business divorce, a market currently in the “SoWa” district will move to a grimy parcel under the I-93 overpass.

Study finds that daughters benefit when moms work

Daughters of working mothers are more likely to be employed, work more hours, and earn higher wages than women whose mothers stayed home full time.

// Internal probe of leak shows no insider trading, DraftKings says

A DraftKings worker who had improperly posted proprietary information online won $350,000 on rival site FanDuel.

// Judge dismisses Concord-Carlisle bullying lawsuit

Despite the ruling, the judge found the school’s response to Isabella Hankey’s complaints “ineffective and unreasonable.”

Rembrandt’s “Jan Rijcksen and His Wife, Griet Jans,” known as “The Shipbuilder and His Wife,” on view as part of the Class Distinctions: Dutch Painting in the Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer” show at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Art Review

Dynamic Dutch society captured in superb MFA show

“Class Distinctions” is the finest group exhibition mounted in Boston in over a decade.


// Brigham and Women’s nurses worry about pay, safety

A contract battle could be in store between the hospital and its nurses union.

// A look at the Red Sox roster entering hot stove season

The team has a good base of talent on its major league roster before Dave Dombrowski starts to reshape it.

// New commuter rail schedules will target delays, MBTA says

The schedules will be released later this month and go into effect around Nov. 30, the transit agency said.

Road Scholar’s Suzanne Rommelfanger (left) and Alex Snyder, with Wistia’s Laura Powell.

Problem-solving emerges as a theme on HUBweek’s third day

A number of big names grabbed microphones and dove head-first into some of the area’s — and world’s — biggest issues.

American Airlines Flight 550 landed at Logan Airport Monday.

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Pilot who died on Phoenix-Boston flight identified

The pilot of the American Airlines flight was Michael Johnston, 57, who was based out of Phoenix.

A heavily damaged life boat from the cargo ship El Faro was seen in video released by the US Coast Guard.

NTSB launches probe of El Faro sinking during hurricane

The probe will run parallel with Coast Guard efforts to find the missing crew, which included seven people with New England ties.

Landlord Allen Mathurin had his second floor apartment at 207 Blue Hill Avenue inspected by Marcio Fonseca Jr. (above), a Boston Inspectional Services Department Housing inspector.

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Despite city effort, Boston lags in apartment inspections

The city had hoped to complete 44,000 inspections by year’s end. So far, only about 10,000 have been inspected.

Officials investigating water main break in North End

Prince Street will have to be closed, at least between Salem and Hanover streets, for a large portion of the day.


Step 4 on the path to redemption and recovery

Patrick Kennedy’s book is shocking because the family has tried so hard to control its narrative.

// Falling rock may have led to Amtrak derailment in Vt.

Three cars plunged down a steep embankment in Monday’s incident, and at least seven people were hurt.

// Canadian, Japanese physicists receive Nobel Prize

Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald discovered the ‘‘chameleon-like’’ nature of neutrinos, organizers said.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion Reel

// Announcing the Fall 2015 selections

Watch these nine short films that have something to say — about family, identity, community, mopeds.

Ground Game

//[1]-1562--90x90.jpg Calm down, Hillary Clinton has not lost New Hampshire. Yet.

Clinton is currently losing N.H., but she is very, very, very, very far away from the state being a lost cause.

The Big Picture

Samer Shkeer, a Syrian refugee, prays after crossing the Mediterranean to the shore of Skala Sykamnia on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on Sept. 11.

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Perilous crossings

Globe photographer Craig F. Walker documented the plight of refugees and migrants looking for a better life in Greece.


// Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a second chance as CEO

The company hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to end nearly a decade of financial losses.



// On day one of Synod 2015, conservatives strike first

The traditionalist camp isn’t going to just counter-punch this time around.