Marijuana delivery services flourish, with little oversight

Internet-based services have openly advertised long menus of marijuana strains and edibles.

Flowers sat at the scene of Saturday’s fatal crash involving a duck boat and woman riding a scooter.

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Safety ‘number one priority,’ Duck Tours CEO says

One of the company’s vehicles on Saturday fatally struck a 28-year-old woman who had been riding her moped.

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Allison Warmuth’s parents said they were concerned about her riding her red moped in the city and that questions remain about the fatal crash.

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Mayor Walsh said the flag will continue to fly until everyone is equal under the law in Mass.

MBTA fiscal control board to vote on new T debt plan

The transit authority could save by refinancing bonds and exiting efforts to hedge against rising interest rates.

Fentanyl playing major role in overdose epidemic

More than half the people who died last year from opioid overdoses had fentanyl in their bloodstreams.

Harvard Professor Daniel Aaron dies at 103

Dr. Aaron was the founding president of the Library of America and a defining figure in the field of American studies.

Ted Cruz spoke with supporters of fellow candidate Donald Trump in Indiana.

Cruz confronts Trump supporters in Indiana

Cruz approached his critics with a question. “What do you like about Donald Trump?” he asked.

Newry, Maine-May 1, 2016- Last day of skiing at Sunday River Ski Resort- Ribbons of snow near the base.

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After a mild winter, skiers get in their last licks — in May

Diehard skiers flocked to Sunday River in Maine for a fun and festive close to the season.

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Agents were digging within 10 feet of Robert Gentile’s home, and were also searching a vent from an oil tank in the yard, Gentile’s lawyer said.

Christopher Bedford

Rose Art Museum director leaving for Baltimore

A driving force behind the renewed Rose, Christopher Bedford will take over as director of the Baltimore Museum of Art.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

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Right now, the compliments outnumber the complaints, as the Sox have been positively accountable.

Kit Harington (foreground) as Jon Snow in season 6 of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

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Kit Harington apologizes to ‘Game of Thrones’ fans

Harington, who plays the beloved character Jon Snow on the HBO hit show, spoke out about a twist in Sunday’s episode.

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The Patriots offensive line coach was happy in retirement, but he sees this as “a good thing on a lot of different levels.”

Need a good night’s rest? Choose therapy over pills, doctors group says

Psychotherapy, not drugs, is the best way to treat insomnia, according to new guidelines from the American College of Physicians.

THE BIGGEST LOSER --

‘The Biggest Loser’ contestants’ weight struggles a boon for science

A study of Season 8’s participants has yielded surprising new discoveries about the physiology of obesity.