Look back at the Big Three era of Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce - and era marked by the emergence of Rajon Rondo as one of the Celtics' best players - as it was covered from 2007-2013 by The Boston Globe:
Meehan seen as contender for next UMass head
The chancellor at UMass Lowell and a former congressman was poised to become UMass president four years ago.
Keolis asks MBTA to waive fines for late trains
The commuter rail operator is trying to invoke a clause in its contract that would allow it to avoid paying fines because of “severe weather.”
Baker proposes boost for workers, end to film tax credit
Governor Charlie Baker wants to end a tax credit for the film industry and expand one for thousands of low-income workers.
Tsarnaev friend’s family seeking $30m from FBI over death
The father of Ibragim Todashev is demanding $30 million from the bureau for allegedly harassing and fatally shooting his son.
Recalling a connection with Cambridge’s Masse’s
The place was called Masse Hardware. It stood in an off-the-beaten-path part of Cambridge, on a corner outside Porter Square, on the way to nowhere really.
Kerry’s Iran diplomacy in cross hairs of partisan battle
Secretary of State John Kerry will have much on the line when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to Congress Tuesday.
Supreme Court’s chance to do the right thing on Obamacare
All of the justices have committed themselves to the view that snippets of statutes cannot be taken out of context of the legislation.
Possible elements in an Iran nuclear deal
Negotiators from the United States, other world powers, and Iran have sought to keep the details of a potential nuclear agreement secret.
Post reporter held in Iran gets lawyer, but not one of his choosing
Jason Rezaian, who has been the paper’s Tehran correspondent since 2012 and holds US and Iranian citizenship, has spent 222 days in Tehran’s Evin Prison.
Iraq launches attack to recapture city of Tikrit
The battle that could either become a pivotal fight in the campaign to reclaim north and west Iraq or deepen the country’s bloody sectarian divide.
Defense wants jury to see boat where Tsarnaev hid
Lawyers said jurors should be able to view the environment Tsarnaev was in when he allegedly scribbled confessions on the interior of the vessel.
Obama panel seeks outside inquiries on police killings
President Obama said the deaths of unarmed black men in Missouri and New York show law enforcement needs to change practices to build trust in minority communities.
Kelly Clarkson, ‘Piece by Piece’
The inaugural “American Idol” victor and her collaborators surround her voice with great big production both for good and for ill.
O’Reilly’s Argentina war stories, challenged by critics, led to stint on Boston TV
Bill O’Reilly’s reporting from Argentina has drawn questions, but executives at Channel 7 were impressed enough to hire him in 1982.
Rhonda Kallman shifts from beer to whiskey with Dorchester distillery
After three decades in the beer industry that ended when a government decision doomed her last company, Rhonda Kallman is chasing the harder stuff.
Justices seem skeptical of independent electoral map boards
The Supreme Court seems poised to stop states that have tried to take matters into their own hands by removing map-drawing power from elected lawmakers.
Ukraine’s leader urges peacekeeping mission for the east
Petro Poroshenko’s office said the appeal for a contingent of peacekeepers will be addressed to the United Nations and the European Union.
Baker’s early retirement plan draws some concerns
A legislative leader and a union official hinted at worries about Governor Baker’s plan to entice thousands of state workers to retire early.
Latest ‘CSI’ spinoff sends its crew into cyberspace
If viewers are immediately gripped with a desire to change all their online passwords after the first episode, then the show will have succeeded.
Boston business community needs to reflect new economy
New buildings are changing the look of Boston’s skyline; but what about the people inside?