They heard the call of freedom, a summons that still haunts

Yvonne Abraham

Doing right by the children in Chelsea

In Chelsea, the crisis wrought by the desperate children fleeing Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador is as immediate as ever.

The lack of homes for sale has been the one negative in an otherwise favorable housing market.

Tight housing market expected to let up in fall

Real estate specialists say the tight inventories should ease in fall as more sellers list their homes.

// ‘Eddie from Malden’ went blind, then shrugged it off

When blindness came for Eddie Tribble, he did what did not seem possible for him: He simply turned the fun up a notch.

Michael Carcerano (right) and Stephen Carcerano found the letters from lawyers for the Tufts insurer baffling.

Surgical error at Tufts prompts widespread changes

The death of a patient at Tufts Medical Center last year highlighted medical errors involving “cognitive bias.”

Kevin Cullen

A way of life prevails in Market Basket saga

The Market Basket story is a drama, an allegory, morality play, and fairy tale, all rolled into one.

Wayne Plummer, who runs Northern Pride Lodge with his wife, brought buckets of bear bait out in Kokadjo, Maine.

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

Maine puts bear baiting on the Nov. ballot

Baiting is either the problem with bear hunting in Maine or the solution for bear management, depending on whom you ask.

Boston schools bypass internal hiring of some teachers

More than 100 veteran teachers have no class assignments despite a cost in salary and benefits of more than $10 million.


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// Steve Grossman for governor

The Globe’s editorial board says Grossman has a CEO’s eye for seizing opportunities.

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