Market Basket on track with strong sales, new stores

After an embattled summer, the grocery chain will add more than 1,000 new jobs in a five-store expansion.

Student Jaylen Fryberg is seen during a homecoming celebration at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington.

Motive in Washington school shooting still unclear

The gunman who was described as well liked and athletic, killed one girl and wounded four others before fatally shooting himself.

NYC doctor with Ebola was careful, colleagues say

The doctor who caught Ebola was a hard worker who conscientiously followed safety procedures, two colleagues said.

With AbbVie merger dead, Shire focuses on future

Shire’s chief executive said he expects both the company and its Mass. workforce to grow over the next year.

AvalonBay’s tower at North Station includes a retail-lined passageway between Nashua and Causeway streets. The tower, below, will stand 38 stories tall.

CBT Architects

New 38-story apartment tower signals North Station shift

The new 415-foot tower will be the first of several to rise around the TD Garden.

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Jack Bruce, bassist of Cream, dies at 71

A statement released by Bruce’s family announced the death Saturday, saying ‘‘the world of music will be a poorer place without him.”

Jorge Pereira works at sorting bottles and cans at a redemption center in East Boston.

Thomas Farragher

Bottle bill opponents overplayed their hand

Like most of you, I was ready to vote against Question 2. Then came the deceit.

Martha Coakley, making a point during the El Mundo's Conversation with Our Next Governor in Blackman Auditorium at Northeastern University.

Coakley strikes a defiant note as polls tip

A senior campaign adviser said the Globe poll that showed Baker as well ahead was an “outlier.”

A popular T-shirt in town elevates St. Petersburg to a world city.

St. Petersburg’s fresh new face

Posh travel tastemakers have heaped big ol’ bear hugs on St. Petersburg this year.

Opinion

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The Republican has more relevant professional expertise than incumbent Suzanne Bump, the editorial board writes.