Historian Bethany Groff Dorau unearthed the story of a diminutive pitcher on the Newburyport High School baseball team who fought and died in World War I.
‘Stand up for truth and reason,’ Clinton tells Wellesley grads
Although Hillary Clinton did not directly mention President Trump in her commencement address, she appeared to refer to his administration several times.
Nearly 74 percent of Massachusetts’ veterans are 55 or older, and the membership in traditional veterans organizations also has fallen.
The people who work in the Globe cafeteria fed us and our sense of community. They shouldn’t be starved going out the door.
When a procedure turned what would have been a readily treatable cancer into a lethal case, Dr. Reed dedicated her remaining time to abolishing the medical practice.
Catie, Fairmont Copley’s canine ambassador, has died
The luxury hotel announced the beloved dog’s death on Twitter Friday.
Dinner with Cupid
Will two busy grad students turn good conversation into a real connection?
Solange backs out of Boston Calling performance
Hours before the first act takes the stage, the festival announced that singer Solange will be replaced for the Friday night headlining spot.
“Don’t worry, we aren’t going to kill the bears,” Governor Chris Sununu told a crowd at an event Thursday afternoon.
The prestigious school has faced a series of student protests this week about administrators’ response to bias incidents.
Jane Marion was 16 when she got the first letter. It was from Rick, who was 11 years her senior and her teacher at Phillips Academy in Andover.
David Taber is now charged with beating his 88-year-old father and later driving head-on into a Acushnet police cruiser as officers tried to arrest him.
Corey Smith allegedly forced one minor and two women to perform sex acts for a fee and kept the money for himself, federal authorities said.
Authorities said Devon Arthurs, a self-described former neo-Nazi and convert to Islam, fatally shot the men in a Tampa condominium.
President Donald Trump said Germans are ‘‘bad, very bad’’ for having a large trade surplus with the US, Der Spiegel reported.
The Red Sox shortstop was given the silent treatment, albeit briefly, after hitting his first home run of the season.
Christopher L. Gasper
It was a great season, but the Eastern Conference finals proved the Celtics need to build a real title contender.
BEN VOLIN | ON FOOTBALL
Reading between the lines of recent developments, it’s conceivable that Brady won’t play until his mid 40s.
Traveling the world in search of good, sober fun
It’s a specialized but growing niche: alcohol- and drug-free travel.
The former president used to take heat for his golf habit. Not anymore.
The Peppermint Lounge mainstay is 76 now.
THINGS TO DO
The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.
President Trump managed to keep his cool on Twitter during the entire international trip.
Opinion | Anne-Marie Slaughter
Nongovernmental networks can solve global problems in ways that international diplomacy cannot.
Dr. James Holsapple had “vehemently objected” to doctors doing two operations at once.
An afternoon recap of the day’s most important business news, delivered Monday through Friday.
In America, everyone who has a cellphone thinks they are a professional photographer. They are not.
If you have been a victim or witnessed a hate incident, share your information here so we can investigate.
The woman had cancer, and she wanted to go back home to Brazil. There were so many obstacles, but also a path ahead.
REVOLUTION AT NEW YORK | SATURDAY, 7:30 (CSN)
Revolution start busy stretch with road test vs. Red Bulls
The Revolution, who are winless away from home this season, have three games in the next eight days.
From horse track to a hub of housing for Suffolk Downs
New owners of Suffolk Downs envision a mega-development similar to Assembly Row and Boston Landing—only much bigger.
Gianforte wins Montana House race after assault charge
Newly elected Republican congressman Greg Gianforte apologized to the reporter he’s charged with assaulting.
Nation & World
Gunmen attack Christians in Egypt, killing dozens
Masked gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians, killing at least 26 people, including children, and wounding 25, officials said.
TSA will heighten electronics screening at some US airports
Passengers will be asked to send large electronics, including tablets, through X-ray screening separately from their carry-on bags.
With ‘The Americans,’ dour doesn’t mean disappointing
The season reflects the exhaustion of its main characters and the deep anxiety that goes along with Cold War espionage.
Leslie Odom Jr. of ‘Hamilton’ to sing with Pops on the Fourth
The Tony Award winner joins previously announced performers Andy Grammer and Melissa Etheridge as headliners of the extravaganza
“Spotlight” is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.