Chang to announce transition work

Incoming Boston school Superintendent Tommy Chang plans to announce on Sunday his transition team.

Stephen Michael Dodd.

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Long-simmering abuse charges roil Maine city

Emboldened by Matt Lauzon’s courage, several other men have emerged to allege that a Biddeford police officer had molested and raped them.

Sunny and clear before cold, wet Marathon Monday

Temperatures are expected to reach the lower 50s in Greater Boston Sunday before clouds and rain move in.

A helicopter and a ship took part in a rescue operation off the coast of Sicily following a shipwreck.

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Hundreds missing as migrant boat sinks off Italy

Officials fear the wreck could become the Mediterranean’s deadliest known migrant sea disaster.

Person killed after Amtrak train hits car on R.I. tracks

No one was injured on the train traveling from Boston to Washington, D.C., Amtrak officials said.

// Dustin Pedroia out of Red Sox lineup for planned day off

Brock Holt is starting at second base against the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.

Kevin Cullen

// Listen to Bill and Denise Richard, and give him life in prison

Let’s remember the people who really matter, not Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Ex-worker sues software firm Jenzabar Inc. on bias charge

The defendants do not dispute firing her on religious grounds, but claim a religious exemption from antidiscrimination law.

Jared Quirk.

Rockland mourns teen who died while on trip to Greece

Jared Quirk, who died Friday while walking in Athens with his classmates, was remembered as “a good, sweet kid.”

Using the LIFT app connected to the hotel TV, a woman works out with the help of a trainer observing her online.


Now your trainer can go on vacation with you

The LIFT app is a new way to make sure you stay on your exercise regimen when you travel.

Bruins CEO Charlie Jacobs (left) and President Cam Neely showed last week that they are in charge, and the people below them on the masthead are expected to fall in line.


Bruins take hard-line leadership approach

CEO Charlie Jacobs and President Cam Neely showed last week that they are in charge of the franchise’s fortunes.

A cell block at Cedar Junction in Walpole.


Hernandez verdict brings back memories of prison visits

As part of a sociology class, Kevin Paul Dupont visited the prison where the former Patriots star is now located.

// Dreams and doubts collided in plans for global ‘Expo’

The public argument over Expo 76 can be seen as the present written in the past, a nearly 50-year-old first draft of the debate over the 2024 Olympics.

A mostly-empty Green Line car in service late on a recent Friday night.

Nicole Dungca | Starts & Stops

Weekend T riders face earlier trip home, but it could be worse

Instead of eliminating late night MBTA service, officials last week opted to scale it back.

Boston Marathon coverage

Rita Jeptoo at the Boston Marathon finish line in 2014.

Jeptoo scandal angers, frustrates clean marathon competitors

Some female elites believe Rita Jeptoo’s two-year suspension from competition doesn’t go far enough.

Julie Wade was joined by her daughter, Margaret, on her run home from her final chemotherapy treatment.


For Julie Wade, ‘Running thru chemo’ more than a mantra

The Savannah, Ga., attorney continued training for the Boston Marathon through her breast cancer treatment.

Some retail workers have to check in with a supervisor a few hours in advance of a shift. If there is no need that day, the worker is not paid.


Dante Ramos: On-call shifts string retail workers along

Do unforeseen variations in sweater sales have the same urgency as a life-threatening crisis?

Bob Ryan | Celtics at Cavaliers, 3 p.m., ABC

// There’s life in the storied Celtics franchise again

With tanking talk behind us, the Celtics are a nice team and fun to root for, but they are still far from being great.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 19: What to expect in penalty phase of Tsarnaev trial

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


Greg Watson

// Is Cuba the future of farming?

The small country’s success in sustainable agriculture now has the rapt attention of US interests.

The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Coachella 2015

Music fans gathered to hear a wide variety of musical styles at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.