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Tips for hiring a contractor

A step-by-step guide on what to ask and how to protect yourself when you need work done on your home.

Comcast profit tops estimates after losing fewer TV customers

The company lost 4,000 cable-TV customers in the quarter, compared with a drop of 69,000 a year earlier.

Building a new school for Sandy Hook

Milford-based Consigli Construction will manage the $50 million project to build a new Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Shirley Leung

You don’t have to be with Hillary Clinton to appreciate this moment

When Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination Thursday, parents will insist their daughters stay up late and watch.

It’s a home run for Little Papi

Health professionals from Angell Animal Medical Center and Brigham and Women’s Hospital teamed up to help heal the 10-year-old bulldog.

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Don’t just set and forget your employees’ retirement plans

Most employers assume that once a retirement plan is in place, their job is done. But by keeping it top-of-mind and up-to-date, you can save your business from potential legal hassles.

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Sydney Armini, 10, and her mother, Jenny Armini, prepared for ballet camp. Sydney looks forward to having a women president to look up to.

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Shirley Leung

You don’t have to be with Hillary Clinton to appreciate this moment

When Clinton accepts the Democratic nomination Thursday, parents will insist their daughters stay up late and watch.

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The deal will create a company with nearly 3,000 employees and more than $1 billion in revenue.

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The settlement ends years of investigations and private lawsuits claiming that the company overcharged clients on foreign currency trades.

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