Patriots’ record since 1966
Senator recalls an unsettling conversation from the depths of the mortgage crisis.
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The world premiere of the musical “The Homework Machine” runs through Sunday at the Roberts Studio Theatre.
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A look at some of what’s on TV Thursday night.
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It’s become a rite of spring, as regular as buds on trees and Red Sox games. I speak, of course, of the moment one realizes that bicyclists are back on the road.
That leads me to questions such as whether bicycles should have special rules for stop signs and stop lights; how to carry a child on a bike; and whether no-hands cycling is allowed.
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Bristol, R.I., is increasingly a community of extremes, home to both great wealth and a shrinking middle class as more residents slip closer to poverty.
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The former president of a Falmouth college allegedly squandered millions on excessive pay, and even a quarter-million-dollar timeshare.
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Boston University has parted ways with women’s basketball coach Kelly Greenberg.
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If Aereo withstands copyright law challenges from the traditional TV networks, it could transform the way many people watch network programs.
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A welding company and the owners of a building where work was performed are accused of failing to get a permit or have a “fire watcher” in place.
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In Massachusetts, many with schizophrenia are locked up in barren cells, bound and alone. If it happened anywhere else, we’d call it torture.
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In sampling the decibel levels at several local restaurants, we determine where conversation might be a challenge — and what owners are doing about noise.
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At a time when many political scientists favor strong parties, Mickey Edwards, former Republican congressman from Oklahoma, has a contrary view.
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Dougie Hamilton and Jordan Caron had first-period goals for Boston and Patrice Bergeron added a late empty-netter.
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The restrictions require prescribers to complete a risk assessment and pain management treatment agreement with patients before prescribing the drug.
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Vowing that the United States would never recognize Russia’s “illegal occupation” of Crimea, Vice President Joe Biden reiterated America’s support of Ukraine.
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With Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline swapping vaccines and cancer drug franchises, the Cambridge research landscape could be altered.
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The fractured decision revealed deep divisions over what role the judiciary should play in protecting racial and ethnic minorities.
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The Globe conducted an informal survey of eight area restaurants using a mini sound level meter to capture an average reading.
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A fixture for nearly a century, the small Hamilton Hardware cannot compete against massive competitiors and are closing the Bowdoin-Geneva business.
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The Bruins claimed a 3-0 win and a 2-1 series lead. They can, after all, play any way you want.
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