Tractor-trailer mishap shuts Sagamore Bridge for hours
The bridge was closed for several hours after a tractor trailer crashed into scaffolding on the structure, according to State Police.
After narrow win, how do you like Patriots’ chances?
The Patriots did what was necessary to defeat the Jets, but Rex Ryan demonstrated how to attack New England.
Arian Foster, Texans dent Ravens’ playoff hopes
Foster threw a TD pass, Randy Bullock kicked six field goals, and the Houston defense dominated in the victory.
Lions edge Bears, keep division title hopes alive
Joique Bell’s late TD run gave Detroit the cushion it needed to beat stumbling Chicago.
Aaron Rodgers, Packers beat Bucs to clinch playoff spot
Ill, banged-up QB passed for 318 yards and a TD in win, sets up season-ending showdown with Lions.
MIAA doesn’t conduct criminal background checks on referees
The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association lags behind athletic groups in other states in screening officials.
Anna Kendrick goes ‘Into the Woods’
How the Maine native came to play Cinderella in the star-studded Disney adaptation of the musical.
Northeastern University students uncover forgotten killings from Jim Crow era
Northeastern University students are working to identify every racially linked murder in the South between 1930 and 1970.
Clinton faces headwinds from liberals as Warren rises
Liberal groups’ support for Senator Elizabeth Warren puts pressure on Hillary Clinton to move further to the left.
Patrick’s selections leave imprint on Mass. judiciary
Governor Patrick has appointed nearly half of the state’s 411 judges, creating along the way a substantially more diverse bench.
2014 Bostonians of the Year: Market Basket employees
The grocery chain’s 25,000 workers highlighted that a company formula of low prices and good wages can succeed.
Protests shine light on deeper issues with modern justice
The system destroys a community that has historically suffered under institutionalized subordination.
A great week for Pope Francis in American PR
The Vatican couldn’t have scripted a better week. Plus: The investigating nun and LCWR president speak on the nuns’ report.
Company reassigns partner of legislator
Bryon Hefner, who works for a prominent Boston PR firm and is the domestic partner of Stanley Rosenberg, has been reassigned out of state.
A prodigal son, back after 23 years
After decades apart, William Wallace Scott Hudson and his family are now reunited, and everyone is grateful.
North Korea proposes joint investigation of cyberattack
North Korea insisted that it was not behind the attack on Sony Pictures.
113th Congress near the bottom in laws enacted
The 296 bills signed into law was the second lowest total for any two-year Congress in records dating to the 1940s.
Hacked K-cups latest in battle over Keurig coffeemakers
When Keurig released a line of “2.0” brewers that don’t work with unauthorized cups, the pod people struck back.
Does anyone use their dining room anymore?
Granny would be intrigued to learn that today’s dining rooms often serve as playrooms, nurseries, or home offices.