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The road to the finish line

Along the way
Finish line

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Two injured in Boston in separate incidents

One person was stabbed with life-threatening injuries, and one person was shot with injuries that were not life-threatening.

Box score: Patriots 16, Raiders 9

The statistical summary from the Oakland-New England game.

Person killed by Amtrak train in Maine

The incident occurred at about 7 p.m. when the train struck the person in North Berwick, Maine, officials said.

In Newburyport, burger and fries for dogs

At Just Dogs, owner Judy Hoover specializes in decorating dog treats, like her burger and fries treat.

You can’t go home when you’ve never left

There is nothing foreign about Marty Walsh’s first foreign trip as mayor.

The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings

Inside the take-no-prisoners world of the Dunkin’ franchise kings.

In Maine, scientists see signs of climate change

Maine, the state with the highest percentage of forested land, is uniquely vulnerable to climate change, scientists say.

After casino license victory, Steve Wynn takes conciliatory tone

The billionaire said he is grateful to build in Everett, and eager to reboot a chilly relationship with Marty Walsh.

Spy. Assassinate. Protect.

To stay ahead of ruthless enemies, the US needs an agency that doesn’t play nice.

A Canadian cruise that screams ‘family’

A new kind of family cruise — in two languages!

Fall fashion’s cooling trend

Fall’s hottest styles are decidedly edgy, tough, and grown-up.

How did these streets get these names?!

For some buyers, street names can be a deal-breaker. For others, they’re just fodder for amusement.

US crude exports, pro and con

Here are some of the arguments for and against lifting the longtime ban on exporting American-produced crude oil.

A tale of two crowdfunding ventures

One wildly exceeded its fundraising goal, the other fell short. The reasons why shed light on how the dynamics of crowdfunding are changing.

Fall shoe trends

Pick a pair that are fabulous, wearable, and fun.

Pressure builds to allow US exports of crude

US Senator Edward Markey is fighting a lonely, and perhaps futile, battle to prevent the overseas export of crude oil gushing from US shale fields.

Designer sculpts with air for water

Paul Osimo, an industrial designer at Aqua Leisure of Avon, designs or reviews inflatable products for the sporting goods company.

Charlie Baker needs an intervention on women

What do women voters want to hear? Not the softball answers Baker is peddling.

Bill Littlefield on a father-son softball story

In retirement, Mo Englander was looking to stay busy. So his son, Matt, started him a team.

If traditional cruises don’t float your boat, try these

These cruises offer nontraditional twists to their floating adventures.

For female stars, roles need more depth

Almost all of this season’s new female-driven shows utterly fail to make their leads interesting and textured.

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