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‘America’s destiny is ours to choose,’ Clinton says

epa05446645 Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks on stage during final day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 28 July 2016. Hillary Clinton formally accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party as their presidential candidate in the 2016 election. EPA/SHAWN THEW

Hillary Clinton became the first woman in America’s history to accept the presidential nomination from a major political party on Thursday.

 

Convention focused on fixing Hillary Clinton trust deficit

Maine delegates hed up signs as they showed support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

The campaign has tried to persuade people of the candidate’s trustworthiness by emphasizing her decades of work on family issues.

 

For parents, city camps ease stress of summer

Counselors from the BCYF Gallivan Community Center’s Summer Enrichment Activities Program in Mattapan walk with children returning from an outing at River Street Park.

On Tuesday, 7-year-old Kyzr Willis died after disappearing from a drop-in program at Curley Community Center in South Boston.

 

Suffolk president vows to contest firing

Former Suffolk University president Margaret McKenna.

The president of Suffolk University said Thursday she was unfairly fired by the Board of Trustees and plans to fight it.

 

Natural gas plan worries Weymouth

Dotty Anderson and others protested the plan at the foot of the Fore River Bridge.

Weymouth unites in opposition to a natural gas compressor station proposed by Spectra Energy for the Fore River.

 
 

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‘This is home’

Keith Leblanc and Kelly Monnahan create a haven for themselves, family, and friends in the piney hills of outer Cape Cod.

 
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‘America’s destiny is ours to choose,’ Clinton says

epa05446645 Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks on stage during final day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 28 July 2016. Hillary Clinton formally accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party as their presidential candidate in the 2016 election. EPA/SHAWN THEW

Hillary Clinton became the first woman in America’s history to accept the presidential nomination from a major political party on Thursday.

 

Convention focused on fixing Hillary Clinton trust deficit

Maine delegates hed up signs as they showed support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

The campaign has tried to persuade people of the candidate’s trustworthiness by emphasizing her decades of work on family issues.

 

Trump again raises Putin’s leadership, saying it’s better than Obama’s

The GOP nominee also defended his comments on Russia and Hillary Clinton’s e-mails.

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The World

 

Russia, Syria offer routes out of blockaded city

Syrian army soldiers went on patrol after taking control of the Aleppo district of Leramun on Thursday.

The move underlined the government’s determination to seal off the metropolis and force an eventual surrender by the opposition.

 

Experts confront multiple explanations for surge of killings

Mass killings across the globe pose a challenge for experts trying to analyze them without lapsing into faulty generalizations.

 

More evidence of cluster bombs’ use in Syria, report says

Russian and Syrian air forces have resumed a bombing campaign that has extensively used cluster munitions, Human Rights Watch said.

 
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Editorial & Opinion

 

Joan Vennochi

Clinton proves she is the woman ‘in the arena’

Hillary Clinton acknowledges the crowd as she arrives on stage during the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia,  )

All Hillary Clinton had to do was give people a chance to like her. It was that simple and that difficult.

 

Joan Vennochi

Elizabeth Warren trusts Clinton on TPP

People hold signs protesting the Trans Pacific Partnership at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday.

The senator believes Clinton will keep her word on her opposition to the trade deal.

 

Scot Lehigh

Clinton shows she’s ready to slug it out on the ground

Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton gestures after the fourth and final day of the Democratic National Convention on July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. / AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KammNICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images

Hillary Clinton gave the tough, determined speech of a woman ready to slug it out on the ground.

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Metro

 

Suffolk president vows to contest firing

Former Suffolk University president Margaret McKenna.

The president of Suffolk University said Thursday she was unfairly fired by the Board of Trustees and plans to fight it.

 

For parents, city camps ease stress of summer

Counselors from the BCYF Gallivan Community Center’s Summer Enrichment Activities Program in Mattapan walk with children returning from an outing at River Street Park.

On Tuesday, 7-year-old Kyzr Willis died after disappearing from a drop-in program at Curley Community Center in South Boston.

 

Natural gas plan worries Weymouth

Dotty Anderson and others protested the plan at the foot of the Fore River Bridge.

Weymouth unites in opposition to a natural gas compressor station proposed by Spectra Energy for the Fore River.

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Business & Tech

 

Proposal to tax nonprofits alarms Mass. charities

Lowell City Councilor Rodney Elliott in front of the Lofts at Perkins Park, an apartment complex that was recently bought by UMass-Lowell, thereby removing it from city tax rolls

A Massachusetts legislator has proposed forcing some nonprofits to pay property taxes.

 

Who’s driving that boat? No one

A remotely controlled boat from Sea Machines on a test run in Boston Harbor.

For the makers of drone boats, it’s all unchartered waters.

 

shirley leung

Was Charlie Baker just trying to be a good neighbor?

The most controversial sliver of the State House lawn.

Why did Governor Charlie Baker think it might be OK to allow the developers next door to take over a chunk of the State House lawn?

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Obituaries

 

Youree Dell Harris, 53; was TV psychic Miss Cleo

Ms. Harris appeared in the ubiquitous psychic hotline commercials in the late 1990s.

 

Charles Bilezikian, 79; created the Christmas Tree Shops empire

Mr. Bilezikian “was a very loving, kind, generous man, very hard-working, and he had strong family values,” said his niece Kimberly Kamborian of Watertown.

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Sports

 

Angels 2, Red Sox 1

David Price throws well, Hanley Ramirez not so much

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher David Price walks off the field after the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels, Thursday, July 28, 2016, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

David Price pitched eight scoreless innings, but Red Sox lost on Hanley Ramirez’s throwing error.

 

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

As trade deadline nears, Red Sox personnel at ready

Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell, second from left, sits on the bench before a baseball game, Tuesday, May 31, 2016, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

A number of front office and scouting staff are with the team in California.

 

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Jimmy Garoppolo plays it cool on being Patriots’ starter

Foxborough-07/28/2016-The New England Patriots held their first day of training camp at the practice fields of Gillette Stadium. QB Jimmy Garoppolo fires a pass.Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki(sports)

Garoppolo looks the part of a starting NFL quarterback. He knows this is his chance to prove it.

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Capital

 

Ground Game

The next liberal lion: Sanders or Warren?

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Who will be the progressives’ leader next year, after the new president, whoever that is, moves into the White House?

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Weekend

 

Stage Review

Romance and wordplay in a spirited ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ on the Common

From left: Colin Wulff, Dalton Davis, Jason Bowen, Nash Hightower, and Jes Bedwinek in “Love’s Labour’s Lost.’’

Shakespeare’s untrammeled joy in language is abundantly evident in this early comedy. His skill at storytelling, less so.

 

ART

Rockland is becoming a Maine art center

“Particle Soul” figures by Jonathan Borofsky.

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is making Rockland an art hub.

 

★ ★ ½ | Movie Review

Matt Damon returns in entertaining ‘Jason Bourne’

Matt Damon in “Jason Bourne,” directed by Paul Greengrass.

From the no-frills title to the globe-hopping story line and the state-of-the-art action sequences, the movie’s a work of dogged professionalism.

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Comics

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Circulars

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