City Council races drawing few candidates

“I think people are electioned out,” said City Councilor Stephen J. Murphy.

Law enforecement officials searched the home of Robert Gentile  in Manchester, Conn., in 2012.

Conn. mobster said he had stolen Gardner art, FBI alleges

Robert Gentile offered to sell two of the paintings stolen in the 1990 heist for $500,000 apiece, a prosecutor said.

Hillary Clinton spoke to workers and management of the Whitney Brothers factory in Keene, N.H., on Monday.

Hillary Clinton courts liberals in N.H.

In the first trip to New Hampshire of her campaign, Clinton sought to unite the party behind her.

YouTube Kids is a new free app.

Group fights children’s video app YouTube Kids

A Boston consumer group told federal regulators that YouTube Kids should be subject to existing federal regulations.

KEVIN CULLEN | Commentary

// Marathon victim’s nurse finds an unexpected peace

Stephen Segatore carries an unshakable belief that when she died, Krystle Campbell was not suffering.

Police say man by BMC helipad had guns, drugs

A New Hampshire man found allegedly armed and wearing body armor told police he was “just enjoying my civil liberties.”

Women left flowers in memory of victims near the Italian Coast Guard ship Gregretti.

Captain in migrant disaster arrested, officials say

The captain was also charged with multiple reckless homicide in connection with the sinking, the Associated Press reported.

New Boston Ventures is proposing a modernist development in the South End on the site of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church.

Courtesy of Finegold Alexander Architects

Turning churches into housing a unique challenge for developers

With open parcels scare, former churches make attractive targets for developers. But tinkering with them comes with a set of challenges.

Kathleen Kingsbury

Boston Globe wins Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing

Globe editorial writer Kathleen Kingsbury won the award for a series of editorials about restaurant labor.

Mark C. Fishman (right) and Glenn Dranoff (left) are leading the Novartis cancer immunotherapy push.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff

In cancer fight, Novartis focuses on immunity

“We’re trying to educate the immune system to recognize cancer cells as foreign. Our goal is to cure cancer,” said the company’s global research chief.


// Cavaliers are Cleveland’s best hope for a title

The long-suffering city celebrated the Cavaliers’ Game 1 victory Sunday like it was the end of the NBA Finals.

// Tom Brady first to report for Patriots’ offseason workouts

Monday was the first time the players were allowed to work out with the team’s training staff.

Boston-04/20/15- The Boston Marathon finish line. Mens winner Lelisa Desisa. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki (sports)

Lelisa Desisa returned to win after Marathon bombings

His rewards were the same as two years ago, but the memory of this victory, both for the champion and the city, will be one to savor.

// Caroline Rotich wins in sprint at race’s end

The Kenyan outkicked Ethiopia’s Mare Dibaba as the two sprinted together in a tight finish.

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2015 Boston Marathon results

View a full list of the Boston Marathon results, including names, places of residence, and final times.

Scenes from the Marathon finish line

The rain and cold proved challenging for some racers, but plenty reacted with joy as they crossed the finish line.

// Mayor’s chief of staff proposes to girlfriend at finish line

Completing the 2015 Boston Marathon wasn’t enough of a milestone for Daniel Koh and Amy Sennett.

Marathon trial podcast

// Episode 19: What to expect in penalty phase of Tsarnaev trial

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


Editorial series

// ‘Service Not Included’

Kathleen Kingsbury was awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing for her series examining the restaurant industry.

The Big Picture

The 2015 Boston Marathon

The running of the world-class Boston Marathon filled the cold and wet streets of the city for the 119th time.