Boston animal shelter found in crisis

Mark Giannangelo, the acting director of animal control, has been suspended with pay while the city investigates.

Larry Lucchino said the Red Sox are “eager to negotiate with [Jon Lester’s] representatives. It’s a question of what time is appropriate for that.’’

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Larry Lucchino hurt like rest of us

The Red Sox president answered a wide range of questions about the state of his team.

Haystack, launched in Baltimore in May, is expanding to Boston this week with what its 24-year-old founder calls a convenient solution to one of urban living’s great frustrations.

App allows users to claim parking spots, resell them

A new digital service called Haystack, launched in Baltimore in May, is expanding to Boston this week.

Shirley Leung

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The scalpels are out as the healthcare giant tries to grow, but Gary Gottlieb isn’t taking it personally.

Cancer cells may guide treatment

A Boston-based team published proof Thursday that one of the most alluring ideas in cancer treatment can work.

Kevin Cullen

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It is the credo of people who run into burning buildings to help strangers: You save who you can, and you pray for those you can’t.

Horrified Lowell residents had little time and few options

In two minutes, police were shouting over the radio for reinforcements as flames engulfed an apartment building and left seven people dead.

Ellen Vuong and longtime partner Torn Sak, who died in Thursday’s blaze.

Fire victims were fixture on their Lowell block

Neighbors had fond memories of the seven people who died in Thursday’s blaze.

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More than 300 people participated in a traditional Cambodian Buddhist mourning ritual.

Fire is state’s deadliest in 2 decades

Investigators will review the alarm system in the Lowell building where seven people were killed in an early morning fire.

Capital

Weekly poll

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Eight in 10 poll respondents say their personal financial situation is about the same or worse than it was a year ago.