Kennedy letters to be auctioned

The two collections reveal a family in the middle of World War II, just before two members were killed in airplane accidents.

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The discussions follow the indictments of TelexFree Inc.’s local owners, who allegedly conducted a $1 billion global fraud.

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In stores large and small, directors said a steady stream of trucks were already delivering produce and dairy products.

Robert Tulloch was 17 when he was  escorted into N.H. court by police in 2001.

Professors’ murderer to get new sentence

Robert Tulloch deserves a new sentence hearing because he was a juvenile when he murdered the N.H. couple, a court ruled.

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The Democratic gubernatorial candidate wants to shift from privately financed care to a system funded by the government.

The Hood blimp prepared for takeoff from an airport in Danvers.

Justin Saglio for The Boston Globe

The Jobs of Summer

For blimp pilot, life is a breeze at 1,000 feet

It is probably fair to say Terry Dillard’s summer job is tops in Boston. At least in a literal sense.

Dawnn Jaffier’s boyfriend, Joel Pires, held a costume she was supposed to wear the day she was fatally shot.

The last hours of Dawnn Jaffier

Less than 24 hours after dancing at the West End House Boys and Girls Club, Jaffier would lie bleeding to death on a Boston street.

Thomas Farragher

Easy bet for Conn. casinos

Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun would love to see our state remain a casino-free zone.

Playwright and filmmaker Israel Horovitz sits on the back of his car showing his vanity plate.

Celebrated playwright Israel Horovitz directs first movie

The successful Wakefield-born writer will premiere his film “My Old Lady,” starring Kevin Kline, in Toronto on Sept. 7.

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