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30 years after massacre, family comes together again

Oscar Alfredo Ramírez Castañeda and Tranquilino Castañeda, with daughters Nicole and Andrea, looked at pictures from Guatemala.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Thanks to DNA testing, a Framingham man whose family was slaughtered at the height of the civil war in Guatemala was reunited with his biological father.

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// Schilling, Chafee trade blame over firm’s demise

The relationship between Curt Schilling and Rhode Island appears irrevocably damaged, as each side trades blame over the collapse of Schilling’s video game company.

Mass. sets plan to fix schools in Lawrence

Officials plan to announce a first-of-its-kind overhaul of the failing Lawrence schools, with more instructional time and a bold partnership between charter schools and the school district.

Luz Roman described the crash that killed her boyfriend, Donald Bowley, in February 2011 on Tuesday in Haverhill District Court.

Texting-while-driving trial opens in Haverhill

On the opening day of the state’s first such texting-while-driving trial, prosecutors accused Aaron Deveau, 18, of texting behind the wheel in the moments before a fatal collision.

Mitt Romney spoke  Tuesday in Las Vegas, where he also huddled with Sheldon Adelson, a big GOP donor.

GOP nomination clinched, Mitt Romney pushes anew

On the day he clinched the nomination, comments by Donald Trump on President Obama’s birth certificate stole the spotlight.