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State health officials press marijuana winners

Regulators ordered companies that received licenses to submit sworn statements that their applications were truthful.

Part of the temporary Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square in May.

Ceremony announced for Marathon victims

At just before 3 p.m. this April 15, exactly a year after the bombs exploded on Boylston Street, Bostonians will pay tribute to the survivors.

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Defense attorneys had sought a date of September of next year at the earliest.

When Kevin White left City Hall, so did the desk. It was found in 1997. And is now back in the mayor’s office.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Mayor Walsh makes use of the infamous Curley desk

The desk of former mayor James Michael Curley has been celebrated, stolen, and investigated. And now it’s back in City Hall.

Boston Police Superintendent-in-Chief Albert Goslin,left, and  Reverend Shawn Harrison examined one of 382 firearms turned in during a gun buyback in Boston in 2006.

Success of gun buyback programs is debated

Gun buybacks often bring in a impressive stockpile of firearms, but not the ones sought by law enforcement.