Boston Police suspends use of license plate readers
Senator recalls an unsettling conversation from the depths of the mortgage crisis.
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Several local contests are giving home brewers the chance to put their batches up for some serious critique.
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This summer, several major breweries are releasing session IPAs marketed as hoppy, flavorful beers you can take to the beach or drink with lunch.
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US Senator Elizabeth Warren’s softball media tour has made her and her populist message nearly ubiquitous on major media outlets.
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The six-year pact, which firefighters are expected to vote on next week, would cost the city $92.4 million, according to officials.
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An adviser for Warren Tolman said the candidate would cut all ties with Fast Strike Games if he’s elected to office.
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A complicated saga has ensued after N.H. state representative David Campbell ran over a flock of ducks at a Nashua hotel.
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The hospital was hit by a series of attacks apparently in response to its involvement in the Justina Pelletier custody case.
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A look at some of the most promising of this year’s master of fine arts candidates from local programs.
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The bankruptcy case involves a Marlborough company that is accused of running a $1 billion Ponzi scheme.
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Robert Walsh directs a fluid, funny production of “As You Like It” in Medford by the Actors’ Shakespeare Project.
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The day’s events buried already feeble hopes that a deal reached last Thursday in Geneva by diplomats might calm a crisis between Ukraine and Russia.
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After 12 years of poor leadership, corruption, and violence, Afghanistan is getting a badly needed second chance.
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Health officials are worried about recent US measles outbreaks that so far have caused more illnesses than at the same point of any year since 1996.
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The government of Israel broke off US-brokered talks after Palestinian leaders announced a “unity pact” with one of the leading anti-Israel terrorist groups.
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Businesses saw coconut water explode into a $150 million a year phenomena. Now they are banking on maple water as the next big thing.
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The Cambridge “Shark Tank” tryout was a reminder that capital for business innovation often occurs far beyond the confines of venture capital and traditional banking.
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Many cannot imagine Buttonwood Park Zoo without Ruth and Emily, but advocates want the Asian elephants to live out their lives in a sanctuary.
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More than 400 opiate addicts who receive daily doses of methadone from a city-run clinic will be steered to a private, for-profit facility by summer.
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The world premiere of the first of Chantal Bilodeau’s planned eight-play cycle opens at the Central Square Theater.
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