Patriots begin to make final roster cuts

The Patriots have cut four linebackers, leaving them with five on their roster.

Dawnn Jaffier was fatally shot on Blue Hill Avenue and Charlotte Street Aug. 23.

Hundreds gather to mourn Dawnn Jaffier

Jaffier was gunned down last weekend as she walked with friends to Boston’s annual Caribbean celebration.

Hancock Tower window-washing rig falls and injures worker

The worker was injured when one side of the rig, hanging 20 feet off the ground, dropped and struck him at street level.

// Market Basket stores looking more flush

In stores large and small, directors said a steady stream of trucks were already delivering produce and dairy products.

// Authorities in talks to tackle online Ponzi schemes

The discussions follow the indictments of TelexFree Inc.’s local owners, who allegedly conducted a $1 billion global fraud.

// Questions abound for coach Steve Addazio, BC

Both Boston College and UMass will start transfers at quarterback in the “Battle for the Bay State.”

University of Massachusetts football players worked out at home venue Gillette Stadium recently.

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UMass football players struggle academically

The Minutemen are barely above the threshold to avoid sanctions from college athletics’ governing body.

Rock Climbers at Brooklyn Boulders on Tyler Street.

Union Square is hipster central

Move over, Cambridge. These days, anyone seeking a countercultural adventure comes to Somerville.

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PGA Tour tee marker quiz challenge

How well do you know the PGA Tour? See if you can match the tee marker with the tournament at which it is used.


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// Charlie Baker for governor

The Globe’s editorial board says Baker is a creative manager who is committed to rooting out waste and finding new ways to solve problems.


// In ‘Norte,’ a moral compass lost

“Norte, the End of History” is director Lav Diaz’s updating of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Crime and Punishment.”