Jeb Bush shaped by troubled Phillips Academy years

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

George Bush Presidential Library

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

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The former Mass. governor suddenly dropped a three-week flirtation that seemed to be gaining momentum.

Partners ruling could have national implications

The decision rejecting Partners’ acquisition of three hospitals is casting doubt on expansion strategies at hospitals nationwide.

Remains found in Swampscott belonged to missing woman

The Essex district attorney’s office said the remains belonged to Jaimee Mendez, 25, who was last seen on Nov. 6.

Mass. could see up to a foot of snow following Sunday storm

Meteorologists had enough confidence in the forecast to issue a winter storm watch for areas south of the Mass. Pike.

Chris Laudani, a bartender at the Back Bay Social Club, shoveled snow from the Boston Marathon finish line.

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Tsarnaev defense cites finish line shoveler in seeking venue change

The coverage of the man “symbolizes the unprecedented level of public feeling” over the Marathon bombing, attorneys said.

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Following the chaotic scene at Quincy Center Station, the MBTA seemed to suggest the passengers overreacted.

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Car-sharing pilot may take precious city parking spots

Boston is launching a program that could gobble up at least 200 public parking spaces in an effort to promote car-sharing.

Richard MacLean

Man who died outside Yarmouth home survived WWII

The 97-year-old Yarmouth man who died outside his home Wednesday was a “tough guy right up until the end,” his son said.

Super Bowl XLIX

Team jerseys on game day are a must for superstitious fan Matt Quesenberry of Easton and his wife, Sara, and kids, Benjamin, 3, and Georgia, 15 months.

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For Patriot fans, luck is just part of the game plan

Fans prone to superstitious thinking will be dictating who can sit where, if Mom can enter the room during a Patriots drive — even what the dog can wear.

Alex Speier

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The two teams have been almost inarguably the league’s best to this point this season.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

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In his remarks at the Super Bowl, the NFL commissioner pledged to get to the bottom of Deflategate.

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Red Sox sign pitcher Alexi Ogando to one-year deal

The 31-year-old righthander had four solid seasons with the Rangers before suffering elbow problems last year.

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First Person

Red Sox Truck Day: Behind the wheel

Every February for almost two decades, Al Hartz has been driving the moving van that hauls the club’s equipment from Fenway Park to Fort Myers, Florida.

Opinion

Bruce A. Percelay

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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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