Use Ferguson as blueprint for North Charleston
The Justice Department should investigate the South Carolina town’s police force.
US owes allies a clear path forward on Pacific trade talks
Congress should grant fast-track authority to President Obama to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis have charm to spare at the Sinclair
From England, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis keep it in the family for a delightful, if not especially moving, performance at the Sinclair.
End-of-life care needs an overhaul
Could advance directives recorded on video change the abhorrent state of care we find ourselves in with the current system?
Boy, 6, struck by car, taken to hospital
The boy was conscious when the ambulance arrived at Quaboag Street, where the accident occurred.
Randolph man charged with ‘upskirting’ at store
Police said they observed Terrell Anthony Skerrette, 28, follow a 45-year-old woman and take several photos
Funeral set for servicewoman killed in car crash
Heidi Jo Friedman will be buried Tuesday with full military honors, according to an obituary.
Police search for suspect in back-to-back robberies
The same man is suspected in robberies at a CVS and at a Family Dollar store that occurred Sunday morning.
Man, 57, struck, killed by freight train
The 57-year-old man was tresspassing on the main freight line near the station when he was struck.
Person killed after Amtrak train hits car on tracks
None of the train’s 207 passengers was injured, Amtrak officials said.
Cavaliers roll past Celtics in Game 1
Isaiah Thomas led the Celtics with 22 points off the bench. Kelly Olynyk scored 12, and Marcus Smart added 10.
Not much separates teams in AL East
All five teams in the division have flaws; the Red Sox showed theirs in Sunday’s loss to the Orioles.
Orioles finding Fenway Park to their liking
The Orioles went 19-9 at Fenway over the last three seasons. On Monday, they have a chance to take this four-game series.
David Ortiz’s frustration with umpire Jerry Meals boils over into ejection
Ortiz disagreed with check-swing calls by third-base ump Meals; he was tossed by John Tumpane.
Marathon medical team ready to react if weather causes problems
The elite runners should stay dry. The rest will be dealing with rain and an easterly wind Monday.
Roundup: Jim Furyk wins in playoff at Hilton Head
Furyk, who had gone 100 starts without winning, sank a birdie putt on the second extra hole to beat Kevin Kisner.