Israel continues search for soldier

Hamas has distanced itself from the soldier’s purported capture, which has prompted international condemnation.


Rebuilding the Probation Department

The work is just beginning in the wake of ex-commissioner John O’Brien’s conviction.

Dorchester woman recounts alleged abuse, stabbing

The woman said she was defending herself from her ex-boyfriend when she fatally stabbed him Thursday in her apartment.

Evan Sullivan (center) of the LivableStreets Alliance gathered signatures in opposition to plans for Commonwealth Ave.

Bicycle advocates seek safety changes in Commonwealth Avenue

Current plans show narrowed sidewalks and little improvement to bicycle infrastructure.

// Role of political outsider reconsidered

Gubernatorial hopeful Donald Berwick, the newest newcomer, is struggling to get traction.

Cardinal O’Malley criticizes new abortion clinic law

The Boston cardinal appeared to embrace anticipated efforts to overturn the measure.

In June, the board controlled by Arthur S. Demoulas fired his cousin, Arthur T. Demoulas.

Legal memos trace acrimony between Demoulas factions

The allegations underpinning the fateful decision to fire Arthur T. Demoulas arose nearly four years ago.

// Market Basket targets managers

Executives withheld the paychecks of a group of middle managers in hopes of forcing them to report to work on Monday.

Elizabeth Layton worked a recent game between the Harwich Mariners and Falmouth Commodores.

The jobs of summer

In Harwich, the voice of the season

Elizabeth Layton is the public address announcer for the local team in the Cape Cod Baseball League.

Anthony Ranaudo, who started Friday’s game, is part of the youth movement.

Christopher L. Gasper

Red Sox celebrate New Year’s in August

The remade Red Sox were ringing in a new year and kissing the 2014 season goodbye.

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