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Tufts, Lowell hospital uniting

Tufts Medical Center and Lowell General Hospital say they will provide lower-cost medical services from southern N.H. to south of Boston.

Unforeseen events shaped Walsh’s first 100 days

Mayor Martin Walsh has lurched from one crisis or controversy to another, trying to gain a firm hold on the job.

Globe editor Brian McGrory led the newsroom in a round of applause Monday after the announcement was made.

Boston Globe wins Pulitzer for Marathon bombing coverage

A packed newsroom applauded loudly as the award was announced Monday afternoon.

Flanked by children Sydney and Tyler, double amputee Celeste Corcoran trained to run the final yards of this year’s race.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

A year since Marathon attacks, many of wounded struggle

What remains for many of the victims are relentless injuries nobody sees.

Tattered banners at the Old South Church entrance on Boylston Street are reminders of the bombings.

Emotional impact of attack runs deep, wide in Boston

A year after the Marathon bombings, much about the city looks and feels as it long has, but nothing is really quite the same.

The Nation

White supremacist will face hate-crime charges

Frazier Glenn Cross Jr.; at left, he is speaking in 1985 as Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan leader in Raleigh, N.C.

By Timothy Williams and Emma G. Fitzsimmons

Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., 73, is accused of killing three people outside a Jewish community center and at a nearby retirement community.

Ohio told to recognize out-of-state gay marriages

By Amanda Lee Myers

Judge Timothy Black’s ruling was a partial but significant victory for gay rights supporters.

Manning’s conviction, 35-year sentence upheld

Manning supporters call her a whistleblower who exposed US war crimes and diplomatic hypocrisy.

By David Dishneau

An Army general has upheld Private Chelsea Manning’s conviction for giving classified government information to WikiLeaks, the Army said.

The World

Pro-Russian militants in Ukraine defy government threats

Pro-Russia militants stormed a police station in Horlivka, Ukraine. Mobs have control of several government buildings.

By Anthony Faiola

Defiant pro-Russian militants in eastern Ukraine pushed this country to the brink of war or dissolution Monday.

Mission of sub cut short in search for missing plane

Flight 370 search coordinator Angus Houston cautioned against jumping to conclusions about the oil slick’s source.

By Margie Mason

Also Monday, search crews sent a robotic submarine deep into the Indian Ocean for the first time to begin scouring the seabed for the plane.

Blast in Nigerian capital kills 71, wounds 124

By Bashir Adigun

The blast ripped through a bus station during morning reush hour, destroying 16 luxury buses and 24 minibuses and cars, said a police spokesman.

Editorial & Opinion

TOM KEANE

Boston’s pot pushback

Mayor Martin Walsh gets an impromptu tie adjustment from state Representative Carlo Basile at an event last month. Walsh told a group last week that he’ll fight against marijuana dispensaries.

By Tom Keane

Martin Walsh is reportedly “dead set” against dispensaries, meaning they will have an uphill battle in the City on a Hill.

PAUL MCMORROW

Boston’s parking solution is not more parking

By Paul McMorrow

The answer is to build apartments that have no space for vehicles at all, because urban parking is a choice.

Ed Davis and Juliette Kayyem

Would better data have helped?

By Ed Davis and Juliette Kayyem

The need for better management of the information we already have, about a range of topics, will be increasingly important.

Metro

Emotional impact of attack runs deep, wide in Boston

Tattered banners at the Old South Church entrance on Boylston Street are reminders of the bombings.

By Mark Arsenault and Andrew Ryan

A year after the Marathon bombings, much about the city looks and feels as it long has, but nothing is really quite the same.

A year since Marathon attacks, many of wounded struggle

Flanked by children Sydney and Tyler, double amputee Celeste Corcoran trained to run the final yards of this year’s race.

By Kay Lazar and Sarah Schweitzer

What remains for many of the victims are relentless injuries nobody sees.

Boston Globe wins Pulitzer for Marathon bombing coverage

Globe editor Brian McGrory led the newsroom in a round of applause Monday after the announcement was made.

By Joseph P. Kahn

A packed newsroom applauded loudly as the award was announced Monday afternoon.

More Stories

Marathon victims’ families, survivors gather in Boston

By Michael Levenson and Travis Andersen

Kevin Cullen

The resilience of optimism

By Kevin Cullen

BU sophomore found dead in dorm

By Derek J. Anderson

Business

Tufts, Lowell hospital uniting

Tufts Medical Center president and CEO Michael Wagner (left), Circle Health president and CEO Normand E. Deschene (center),  andTufts Medical Center CEO emertius Ellen M. Zane.

By Robert Weisman

Tufts Medical Center and Lowell General Hospital say they will provide lower-cost medical services from southern N.H. to south of Boston.

BetaBoston

SilverRail raises $40 million to target train tickets

By Kyle Alspach

SilverRail’s software integrates all of the world’s rail lines into a single source, bringing together a wide array of online booking systems.

Businesses on Boylston say it’s time to have fun again

 “Boston is a vibrant, exciting city, and I want people to walk away from it with that same feeling,” says David Sapers of Sugar Heaven. Last year, the blast scene was eerily quiet a day later.

By Casey Ross

Boston’s signature commercial thoroughfare wants to get back to doing what it does best — hosting a rollicking party.

Obituaries

Dr. Charles A. Fager, 90; brought elegant touch to neurosurgery

 Dr. Fager, shown performing neurosurgery in 1964, was known for his pioneering, innovative techniques and for high-profile patients including Ted Williams.

By Bryan Marquard

Dr. Fager was still seeing patients when he retired in 2007 at 83, though he set aside surgery as he entered his 70s.

Sports

Christopher L. Gasper

NCAA must adapt or move aside

NCAA president Mark Emmert heads an organization that could be facing a period of change.

By Christopher L. Gasper

The state of college sports is shifting. And there are too many smart folks in college sports not to see that the current model can’t be repackaged.

Jake Peavy prepares to face former team in Chicago

Jake Peavy is 4-1 with a 3.72 ERA in 12 starts with the Red Sox since his acquisition in July.

By Peter Abraham

The veteran righthander was a member of the White Sox for parts of five seasons prior to his trade to Boston last summer.

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

Dustin Pedroia has ‘great news’ on injured wrist

Dustin Pedroia grimaces after striking out Saturday against the Yankees. He’s hitting just .236 on the season.

By Peter Abraham and Nick Cafardo

The Red Sox said Pedroia was diagnosed with inflammation and does not have any fractures. His status is day-to-day.

G: Living

Bob Mankoff on the evolution of New Yorker cartoons

By Tuesday of most weeks, Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor for The New Yorker, has received about 1,000 submissions.

By Ethan Gilsdorf

Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor for The New Yorker, has written a memoir, “How About Never — Is Never Good for You?: My Life in Cartoons.”

Types of cartoons

Some broad categories, according to Bob Mankoff.

New Yorker cartoon caption contest tips

Five tips for trying to get into the New Yorker.

More Stories

Book Review

‘Stronger’ by Jeff Bauman with Bret Witter

By Ethan Gilsdorf

Frame by Frame

Jacob Lawrence and the ‘Playroom’

By Sebastian Smee

Television Review

Ken Burns tightens his focus in ‘The Address’

By Matthew Gilbert

In brief

A mystery, a movie star, and motherhood

By Kate Tuttle

Events

Boston-area to do list

By June Wulff

Names

Curt Schilling finishes radiation

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Boston Baroque has a gala at the Four Seasons

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Locals get attention at the MTV Movie Awards

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Green Street Studios names Lorraine Chapman as new director

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

Names

Tom Brady on the Kentucky Derby party guest list

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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