Boston, MA: 4-24-18: The Bucks Giannis Antetokounmpo knocks down the Celtics Semi Ojeleye on a second quarter drive to the hoop, but the foul was called on Ojeleye. The Boston Celtics hosted the Milwaukee Bucks for Game Five of their NBA Eastern Conference first round playoff series at the TD Garden. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)



Celtics hang on to beat Bucks, take 3-2 series lead

Game 6 is Thursday night in Milwaukee.

Blue Jays 4, Red Sox 3

// Red Sox’ bats too quiet as losing streak hits 3

Craig Kimbrel allowed a walkoff home run in the 10th to Curtis Granderson.

// Rob Gronkowski will play for Patriots this season

Gronkowski said he met with Bill Belichick Tuesday and “informed him I will be back for the 2018 season with the Pats.”

Ben Volin

The NFL’s all-time first-round draft picks

Who were the top players chosen at picks 1 through 32? Here’s one opinion.

Some areas could get 2 inches of rain in coming storm

Soaking, wind-swept rain will arrive late tonight and continue Wednesday, forecasters said.

The Takeda Pharmaceutical plant in Osaka, Japan.

Shire accepts a $64b takeover offer from Takeda, will seek shareholders’ backing

Shire is headquartered in Ireland but has most of its operations in Lexington and more than 3,000 workers in Massachusetts.

York, Pa., attorney Sandra Thompson, president of the local NCAA chapter, says she was forced off a golf course. She said she believes criticism of her group was racially motivated.

Black female golfer asked to leave course said it was like playing ‘with targets on’

One of five black women golfers who were told to leave a Pennsylvania club said Tuesday it felt like they were playing “with targets on our backs.”

// Is State Street leaving its HQ tower?

State Street Corp. is looking for office space as its lease at the State Street Financial Center comes to an end.

// Boston’s history (all of it, in chronological order) needs a home

For decades, Jim Vrabel has been meticulously documenting Boston’s history into a timeline. Now with over 40,000 entries, his biggest challenge is finding somewhere to put it.

// Near-standing ‘seats’ might be the awful future of flying

The next generation of airline seating involves standing in tight quarters.

// Patriots congratulate rapper Meek Mill: ‘Justice for our friend. Finally free’

Mill walked out of prison Tuesday after Pennsylvania’s high court ordered him freed while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions.

Boston Globe Managing Director Linda Pizzuti Henry


Linda Pizzuti Henry tops Boston Magazine’s ‘Most Influential People’ list

Mayor Marty Walsh, Governor Charlie Baker, and Attorney General Maura Healey also made the top 10.

US must accept new DACA applicants, judge rules

A federal judge delivered the toughest blow yet to Trump administration efforts to end deportation protections for young undocumented immigrants.

Police shot at in 2-state chase that ends with N.H. crash

Haverhill police were pursuing a vehicle when someone from inside it fired shots at officers, State Police said.

B.J. Herbison, 58, a retired software developer in Bolton, checks his financial prospects daily at home. “A lot of these market moves are overreactions,” he said.

Older investors have an eye on retirement, and on market gyrations

Many retirees, and people nearing retirement, are well aware of the market’s recent volatility. But financial advisers warn against worrying about every up and down.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Stocks are plunging. Blame bonds

The yield on the 10-year Treasury bond touched 3 percent on Tuesday. The Dow closed down more than 424 points. There is a connection.

// Fury over Mount Ida closure at hearing

Parents and students voiced a deep sense of betrayal over the closure of Mount Ida College at a state hearing Tuesday.

25ashland -- Screengrabs from WGME of Litchfield home where the alleged killing of Kimberly Mironovas took place. (WGME)

Three youths accused in Maine killing had turbulent family backgrounds

“I know she was afraid of him,” said one person of Kimberly Mironovas, who was allegedly killed by her son and two of his friends.

// Suspect in deadly Toronto van attack posted chilling Facebook message minutes before carnage

The 25-year-old suspect, Alek Minassian, was charged Tuesday with first degree murder in the deaths of 10 pedestrians. Fourteen others were injured.

// Trump’s VA nominee faces claims of overprescription, hostile work environment

Lawmakers have also received allegations that Dr. Ronny Jackson drank too much on the job.

Globe Staff

Renée Graham

Use your white privilege to fight racism

Don’t be ashamed of your white privilege. Use it to expose injustice and work to make things better.

Ground Game

// Believe it or not, a New England state is the only one to never send a woman to Congress

If asked to guess, it’s a safe bet that few Americans would have put the northern New England state anywhere on their list of possibilities.

// A pediatric researcher whose son died of progeria sees promise in new treatment

Dr. Leslie Gordon, whose son Sam Berns died at 17, hasn’t found a cure — but she’s convinced that she and fellow researchers have hit on a promising treatment.

// Bryon Hefner pleads not guilty to multiple charges

The political scandal that ended the Senate presidency of Stanley Rosenberg moved out of the State House and into the court house Tuesday.


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// DEA plan to stem supply of prescription drugs draws skepticism

The DEA could be allowed to tighten quotas issued to manufacturers if it suspects supplies are being diverted for misuse.

Real Estate

Watch out for fees when renting an apartment

Elijah Botkin absolutely loves his apartment in the Fenway, but two weeks ago he did something few tenants in Boston’s extremely tight rental market would dare to do.


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