Market Basket seeks replacement workers

As protests continued at area stores, Market Basket said it is planning a job fair next week to fill some positions.

House OK’s lawsuit alleging Obama exceeded authority

A sharply divided House approved the GOP proposal, which was focused on Obama’s implementation of his health care overhaul.

Fox restores advertising on WEEI, Entercom

Following the suspension of a host for his disparaging comments, Fox has decided to again advertise on Entercom properties.

Searches continue at home of N.H. teen’s alleged kidnapper

Investigators said they expect to remain on the property of Nathaniel Kibby through the end of the week.

At Fenway Park, fans await word of Red Sox’ next move

The possibility of players being traded was foremost on fans minds Wednesday.

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester was pulled from his July 30 start.

Red Sox, Orioles in ‘advanced discussions’ on Jon Lester trade

The Red Sox are seeking the best return for Lester and would be willing to trade within the American League East.

Kristen Kish and Jacque Westbrook (in red) welcomed friends to the South Boston loft of Kish’s mentor, Barbara Lynch, for a summery meal.

Magazine | The Food Issue

Kristen Kish throws a party (and shares her recipes)

Find out what The “Top Chef” loves to cook when the pressure is off.

// Coast Guard investigates stranding of whale watch boat

The Coast Guard has begun an “in-depth” probe into the incident, which left passengers stranded on the vessel overnight.

President Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are seen in this Sept. 12, 2012, photo.

President Obama, Hillary Clinton to be on Martha’s Vineyard at same time

President Obama will be on the island for about two weeks in mid-August, and Clinton will be there for a book signing Aug. 13.



// ‘God Bless America,’ now with irony

Irving Berlin wrote “God Bless America,” a song used by anti-immigration advocates, years after he immigrated to the US as a child.



// To keep growth going, Twitter wants to be everywhere

The 140-character social network is riding high after a stronger than expected quarter.