Nor’easter takes aim at coastal communities
The blizzard caused flooding and power outages, but less of the devastating damage that some had feared.
Titletown? Get serious, Seattle
Seattle, a city whose long history dates back to the Eisenhower Administration, is caught up in its 12th man mania. It’s adorable.
In Phoenix, Patriots fans live in 2008’s wreckage
Patriots fans everywhere recall the nightmarish ending of the 2008 Super Bowl, but New England fans in Phoenix must live at the scene of the crime.
For thousands, dedication to duty outweighed storm’s obstacles
Many workers found ways to get to their jobs and the people that depend on them.
Hernandez prosecutors want to bar mention of PCP use at trial
Prosecutors want a judge to bar the expert witness who would testify about the effects of PCP on the brain.
Sense of relief as region digs out
The last piece of the state travel ban was lifted at midnight and the MBTA planned to resume service Wednesday morning.
Romney built expensive homes after 2012 loss
Now that Mitt Romney is considering a third presidential bid, the monuments of his wealth could become a political inconvenience.
The release of government documents on UFOs illustrates how official secrecy invites deep public suspicion.
Recipe for sausage and kale soup
Betty Duddridge of Maynard grew up in Leominster, where her mother, Eleanor Altobelli, used to make a kielbasa and kale soup.
Recipe for stuffed cabbage soup
If you like the sweet and sour notes of the tomato-based stuffed cabbage dish, you will love this soup.
The Recipe Box Project: Super bowls
As part of The Recipe Box Project, we asked readers for their favorite soups, and more than a score of rib-sticking recipes arrived in our inbox.
Recipe for ribollita
Many Tuscan cooks make the dish using a bunch of Lacinato kale (central ribs removed, leaves chopped).
Recipe for German Westphalian potato and bacon soup
Winchester resident Robert M. Bransford found this warming pot in the book “Culinary Excursions Through Germany” by Wolfgang Reichert.
Obama defends US ties as he pays respects in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia’s status as one of Washington’s most important Arab allies has at times appeared to trump US concerns about human rights abuses.
Former UN ambassador Bolton still weighing presidential run
The Republican will head to N.H. next week, and says he stands for a strong, interventionist foreign policy.
Vermont House moves to ban plastic abrasive microbeads
The tiny plastic particles are often used in personal-care products like toothpaste and over-the-counter medications.
River Bar’s clever ideas at Assembly Row
Chef Patrick Gilmartin remixes the flavors of the world deliriously, with an unabashed embrace of fat.
Drone operator had been drinking before crash
The drone that landed on the White House grounds is being described as the drunken misadventure of a government employee.
We will take the lashes for Saudi blogger
Seven members of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom offered to share personally in the flogging.