|St. Mary's (CA)||100||83|
|FL Gulf Coast||100||80|
|San Diego St.||63||100|
|New Mex. St.||25||100|
|South Dakota St.||0||57|
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The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings
Inside the take-no-prisoners world of the Dunkin’ franchise kings.
Bill Littlefield on a father-son softball story
In retirement, Mo Englander was looking to stay busy. So his son, Matt, started him a team.
State-by-state breakdown of Dunkin’ Donuts shops
The figures are from the Dunkin’ Brands Group, noting they are the most recent figures.
In Merrimack Rep’s ‘Year Zero,’ fresh faces but an old story
“Year Zero” is the season-opener for Merrimack Repertory Theatre, which is smartly using it to connect with Lowell’s large Cambodian community. Despite its fresh cultural trappings, though, the script seems to prove that stories about immigrants assimilating tend to be alike.
Lord Hobo Brewing Co. on an IPA mission
The owner of a Cambridge beer bar is opening a large brewery in Woburn in early 2015.
In N.H., Scott Brown closing on Jeanne Shaheen
Scott Brown is catching up to Democrat Jeanne Shaheen in a US Senate race that has become increasingly nasty and expensive.
Medical marijuana license winner’s record is uncertain
A company that was awarded a Lowell medical marijuana dispensary license appears to have overstated operations at dispensaries it owns elsewhere.
Kane’s Donuts widening its horizons
Kane’s, the local institution with a national reputation, is expanding beyond its Saugus base.
For Blackstone’s youngest victims, a hard road ahead
Children who pass certain developmental benchmarks without proper care have a hard time recovering, experts said.
Mark Bradford’s bold vision at the Rose
With texturally rich paintings and allusive sculptures at the Rose Art Museum, Bradford recasts contemporary issues in mythic dimensions.
Scots stream to polls for independence vote
EDINBURGH, Scotland — With civility and passion, nearly all of Scotland turned out to vote Thursday in a historic referendum that offered residents of this ancient land the chance to create the world’s newest independent nation by breaking up one of its oldest unions.
Medical marijuana advocates’ growing impatience
Governor Patrick’s team seems to have put the desire to avoid more bad headlines above the impetus to provide timely help.
Overhaul of Lawrence schools showing results
Across the city, the state’s nearly three-year effort to overhaul the long-troubled school system is starting to see some traction, although no one is declaring victory just yet.
‘Cosby’ by Mark Whitaker
The nearly 500-page biography tells a quintessentially American tale of adversity and triumph, influence, betrayal, and laughter.
Feds probe use of informants in Lowell
US Attorney Carmen Ortiz is looking into allegations that Lowell police knowingly relied on informants suspected of planting drugs on innocent victims.
Good reading for tech crabs
LibriVox builds a sense of community where I hadn’t realized one could be found.
Fenway hosts an evening of Shakespeare hits
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s unprecedented event stages an evening of Shakespeare just above the Red Sox dugout.
Alibaba prices IPO at $68 per share
The Chinese e-commerce powerhouse is ready to strike it rich on the New York Stock Exchange.