Keolis CEO apologizes, but no solutions offered

The commuter rail operator said passengers are owed an explanation for widespread delays, but only after regular, reliable service is restored.

Former state public safety secretary Andrea Cabral.

Enhanced pensions for some public safety positions questioned

The state approved the retirement of a former state public safety secretary, despite the objections of several legislators.

Harvard ejected Boston superintendent finalist from doctoral program

Guadalupe Guerrero said he hadn’t “wrapped up” his dissertation, but a Globe review found he was terminated from the program.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler spoke at a FCC hearing on net neutrality Thursday.

Divided FCC approves net neutrality rules

The vote banning Internet providers from ‘‘unjust or unreasonable’’ business practices is considered a victory for consumer advocates.

Police make second arrest in fatal Jamaica Plain shooting

Kenneth “Kenny” Lamour was shot and killed earlier this month while he shoveled snow with a work crew organized by a nonprofit.

Video shows carefree Hernandez night before Lloyd murder

The surveillance video showed Hernandez walking jauntily, almost dancing, into a gas station to buy a cigar and bubblegum.

Potential storm looms next week

Forecasters said a potential storm next week could bring more snow or a wintry mix.

Arquitectonica

City approves 30-story Fenway tower

The Point, which will be the tallest Fenway development yet, has been cleared to break ground this spring or summer.

BetaBoston

Aereo’s bankruptcy auction raises less than $2 million

The Boston streaming technology startup has crumbled swiftly since a court ruling rendered its business illegal.

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Christian Vazquez is in a good position to contribute

The catcher’s defense is unquestionably an asset, and he aims to help the Red Sox on offense, too.

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Moncada deal won’t stop Red Sox from making trades

The Red Sox have spent a lot of money this offseason, but team officials say they can still add players via a trade.

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Know the lingo and you can follow the budget process

Governor Charlie Baker is set to file his budget plan Wednesday, which will be the starting gun for a drawn-out, deeply political process.

Generation Boston

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About 20 percent of Boston young adult households are owner-occupied, compared to 40 percent nationally, a survey found.

Families

7 things every kid should master

A noted Williams College psychologist argues standardized tests are useful, if they measure the abilities students really need.

The Big Picture

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Wintry woes for the MBTA

A look back at our recent public transit woes, due to an unusually harsh winter.