BRA approves $4.6m tax break for Fenway project

The deal for the $550 million development, negotiated by Mayor Walsh, received unanimous support from the board.

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During a federal raid at TelexFree Inc., an executive allegedly tried to leave with cashier’s checks worth nearly $38 million, according to court records.

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It is unclear why the ship leaned so far to port before sinking, and why so many aboard the ship were unable to escape.

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Look beyond unemployment numbers in job market

There are more comprehensive ways to measure the job market’s strength, and they put Mass. closer to the bottom.

Don Chiofaro sat in the atrium of One International Place, where he can often be found in the mornings.

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Don Chiofaro’s prospects may be looking up

While he waged war with Tom Menino over the Harbor Garage, Chiofaro seems to have found peace with the new mayor.

Tatyana McFadden broke the tape at the finish line in Boston last year.

118th BOSTON MARATHON

Tatyana McFadden returns to defend title

Last year, McFadden did something no other athlete had done when she won four major marathons in a calendar year.

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Two Brighton women are accused of scheming to take money that was meant to go to the care of the woman’s cat.

Kris Humphries (left) would have to take a pay cut to remain with the Celtics, while Jeff Green (right) is good bet to be back for the 2014-15 season.

What the future may hold for the Celtics

The offseason could feature “fireworks,” as co-owner Wyc Grousbeck has said, so it’s hard to predict what the team will look like next season.

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Doug Most and former Governor Michael Dukakis discussed urban transportation and Boston’s historic MBTA.

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BU was first in Division I Hip Hop and second in the top-tier team dance division at the NDA Collegiate Championships.

BU Dance Team wins its first national title

The Boston University Dance Team took Boston Strong to heart to win its first-ever national title at the National Dance Alliance Collegiate Championships.