Boston officially approves BYOB

“Bring your own booze” will be allowed at Boston restaurants without liquor licenses, the city’s licensing board ruled.

Puerto Rico reports first Zika-related death

Puerto Rico’s health secretary said a 70-year-old man infected with the virus died in February from a drop in blood platelets.

// Vertex CEO pay package tops $28 million

Jeffrey Leiden’s 2015 earnings were 23 percent less than he received the previous year.

// Suspects crash stolen car on Storrow Drive, jump into Charles River

Two individuals were arrested after trying to flee the scene, authorities said.

// Charlie Baker takes a stand against Will Ferrell’s Reagan film

The governor is not happy with plans to have the comedian portray Ronald Reagan in an upcoming movie.

// reporter says Uber driver made sexual pass at her

The alleged incident comes as the company faces scrutiny over its driver-screening practices.

// Firm joins with iconic brewer to become a big player in craft beer business

The Boston area’s fastest-growing beer acquirer isn’t Harpoon or Boston Beer. It’s a private equity firm in Waltham.

// Strike on charity hospital not a war crime, US says

Sixteen military personnel were disciplined in the mistaken strike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, but won’t face criminal charges.

// Affiliated Managers Group CEO paid $17.5m last year

Sean Healey’s total compensation in 2015 was more than triple his 2014 pay.

// At UNH, one table is reportedly worth one year’s tuition

The university purchased a dining hall table for more than $17,000, according to reports.

// Evan Turner would like to be back with Celtics

Turner is the only unrestricted free agent on the roster, and flourished in his role off the bench with the team.

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Marco Melgrati

Can a low jobless rate be a bad thing?

As impressive as N.H.’s low unemployment rate may appear, it does not reflect a surge in hiring.

Things to Do

// The Weekender: Kittens, Cubans, and a midnight bookstore

What to do in Boston this weekend, from Key and Peele’s big movie to the Boston Ballet’s “Swan Lake.”

Assorted pastries at Pain D’Avignon.

Assorted pastries at Pain D’Avignon.

Get fresh: Locavores’ ultimate New England road trip

With spring comes fresh crops, and for foodies who want to know where their steak and steak tomatoes were raised, it’s a great time to dine out.

// Ted Cruz gets Indiana governor’s endorsement

Governor Mike Pence gave Cruz a big boost in his push to stop Donald Trump’s march to the Republican presidential nomination.


// ‘Never forget,’ the world said. But the world is forgetting

I have always taken the Holocaust personally, and always will. But the world, I know, will not.

Miss Conduct

// Advice: It’s gross to blow your nose on a restaurant napkin, right?

Plus, when confronted by a Facebook request from someone you’d like to avoid.

FILE - In this May 19, 2013, file photo, Prince performs at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Tickets for what turned out to be Prince's last concert, in Atlanta, went on sale just eight days before he was scheduled to play and sold out almost instantly. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Investigators consider overdose in Prince’s death

Authorities are also looking into whether a doctor was prescribing the superstar drugs in the weeks before he died, an official said.

// Patriots get their message across on draft night

The Patriots aren’t making a pick, but they are making a statement.

Ground Game


// Indiana is not the solid red state everyone thinks it is

GOP presidential campaigns will quickly learn that Indiana politics are more complicated than they may appear.

The Big Picture

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Deadly fighting returns to Aleppo

Government airstrikes and insurgent mortar attacks escalated violence and destroyed a partial truce for Syria.