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In 2017, 52 new HIV cases were reported in the state’s northeast region, up from 32 in 2016.

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HIV is surging in Lawrence and Lowell. The CDC wants to know why

Fifty-two new HIV cases — linked to injecting drug users — were reported in 2017 in the state’s northeast region, up from 32 in 2016.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/02/08/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Walker_020817_weather_13988x.jpg More MBTA bus trips are being canceled as absenteeism rises among drivers

The agency said it will hire new drivers and review attendance and medical leave policies.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/05/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/ImageSBWSA.jpg ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’ will stop printing new editions

“Our Bodies, Ourselves,” the 1970s-era bible of women’s health, will still be available online, but will stop issuing revised editions.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/03/23/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/ryan_mgh3_met.jpg Trials for potential ALS treatment spark cautious hope

MGH and the UMass Medical School in Worcester are among six sites across the country testing the therapy.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/04/05/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Rinaldi06Sanctuary02.jpg City sends inspectors to apartment at Springfield sanctuary church

South Congregational has been in Mayor Domenic Sarno’s cross-hairs since it started housing a Peruvian immigrant facing deportation and her two children.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/03/30/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/Walker_033018_31boringoffice_1071x.jpg Not your parents’ office? Now it is: Tech workspaces start to grow up

Play spaces that were designed to recruit twenty-something workers are out; low-key but tasteful furniture is in. You know, like a regular office.

The Nation

National Park Service Reconsiders Steep Fee Increase After Backlash

By Daniel Victor

A Trump administration proposal to steeply increase entrance fees to the most popular national parks landed with a thud when it was presented in November, and park officials say they are now reconsidering it.

Trump says he didn’t know his attorney paid $130,000 to porn star Stormy Daniels

Trump says he didn’t know his attorney paid $130,000 to porn star Stormy Daniels

For the record

Daily print correction for the newspaper.

The World

Sumo in uproar as women first responders ordered out of ring

By MARI YAMAGUCHI

The head of Japan’s sumo association has apologized over an incident in which women first responders were asked to get out of the ring as they attempted to revive an official who collapsed.

Editorial & Opinion

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

Trump is right about Syria: It’s time to leave

A US  soldier sits on an armored vehicle in Manbij in northern Syria on Wednesday., north Syria, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. President Donald Trump expects to decide

By Jeffrey D. Sachs

The Syrian war has been described as a civil war. It is nothing of the sort.

EDITORIAL

An orderly transition in the Mass. Senate

Boston, MA - 3/22/18 - Senator Karen Spilka (cq), who on Wednesday said she has enough votes to be the next Senate president, finished her press conference with the media on Thursday, in the State House. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 23spilka Reporter: Michael Levenson

By agreeing on a hand-off of power, senators Karen Spilka and Harriette Chandler strike a blow for institutional stability.

Opinion | John Lewis and Ro Khanna

The intertwined freedom movements of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.

 18nelitnews - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. reads ‘The Gandhi Reader’ , a book about peace advocate and spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi, in this undated photo. King describes Gandhi as an influence not only in his philosophies on life, but also behind the Peace Movement of the 1960s. (Moneta Sleet, Jr./Johnson Publishing Company)

By John Lewis and Ro Khanna

Representatives John Lewis and Ro Khanna share inspiration from their bipartisan pilgrimage to Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma.

Metro

UMass might help Mount Ida students finish degrees

The University of Massachusetts’ flagship campus in Amherst.

By Laura Krantz

News of the discussions comes two weeks after a deal to merge Mount Ida with nearby Lasell College fell through.

HIV is surging in Lawrence and Lowell. The CDC wants to know why

In 2017, 52 new HIV cases were reported in the state’s northeast region, up from 32 in 2016.

By Felice J. Freyer

Fifty-two new HIV cases — linked to injecting drug users — were reported in 2017 in the state’s northeast region, up from 32 in 2016.

More MBTA bus trips are being canceled as absenteeism rises among drivers

Boston, MA- February 08, 2017: Jeanie Chung waits for her bus on Mass Ave. during the morning commute in Boston, MA on February 08, 2017. She said the bus was already 25 minutes late and she was going to be late for work. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: metro reporter:

By Adam Vaccaro

The agency said it will hire new drivers and review attendance and medical leave policies.

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KEVIN CULLEN

Blowing the horn for freedom

By Kevin Cullen

Business & Tech

Not your parents’ office? Now it is: Tech workspaces start to grow up

Office space abuts the common area at Janeiro Digital in Boston.

By Andy Rosen

Play spaces that were designed to recruit twenty-something workers are out; low-key but tasteful furniture is in. You know, like a regular office.

Trials for potential ALS treatment spark cautious hope

Richard Vinci, with his wife, Michelle Geoffrion-Vinci, at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he is taking part in a late-stage clinical trial of a treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He was diagnosed with the disease 18 months ago.

By Jonathan Saltzman

MGH and the UMass Medical School in Worcester are among six sites across the country testing the therapy.

Mulvaney complains about consumer watchdog spending; but gives big raises

In his first report to Congress as the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney called on lawmakers on April 2 to cripple the agency that he has been temporarily tasked with overseeing.

By Stacy Cowley

The acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has argued that the regulator engages in “wasteful spending” and needs to be slimmed down.

Obituaries

Andy Lewis, Oscar-nominated for ‘Klute’ screenplay; at 92

Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland in the 1971 film KLUTE, directed by Alan J. Pakula.

By Bryan Marquard

Mr. Lewis, who was living in Walpole, N.H., when he died, “Klute” was the last script he penned that made it to the screen.

Sports

Revolution are relying on some less familiar names

Foxborough MA 03/10/18 New England Revolution goalie Matt Turner making a save in front of teammate Jalil Anibaba and Colorado Rapids Jack McBean during first half action of MLS Soccer opening day at Gillette Stadium. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: Rapids-Revo pics reporter:

By Frank Dell’Apa

Coach Brad Friedel has emphasized that those who “earn the right to play” will be rewarded.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Abington softball makes short work of Middleboro

By Katherine Fominykh

Sophomores Lauren Keleher (4-for-4, 3 RBIs) and Jenna McDonough (3-for-4, 3 RBIs) led the Green Wave in 14-1 romp over visiting Sachems.

NICK CAFARDO I ON BASEBALL

David Price doing a great job winning back the fans

Boston, MA: 4/5/2018: Red Sox starting pitcher David Price reacts after he got out of a jam to end the top of the fifth inning. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Tampa Bay Rays in their 2018 MLB home Opening Day baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Nick Cafardo

He got a standing ovation when he left Thursday afternoon’s game after the seventh inning with the score tied, 0-0.

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DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Plenty to like about these Red Sox

By Dan Shaughnessy

RED SOX 3, RAYS 2 (12 INN.)

Red Sox outlast Rays in home opener

By Peter Abraham

PANTHERS 3, BRUINS 2

Bruins know they can’t keep playing like this

By Kevin Paul Dupont

RED SOX NOTEBOOK

Red Sox inches from winning it in the ninth inning

By Peter Abraham

Cubs 8, Brewers 0

Jon Lester is sharp as Cubs blank Brewers

By Dave Boehler

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

Let’s face it, the Celtics’ season is on borrowed time

By Christopher L. Gasper

Gary Washburn | On Basketball

Celtics can still make a run, even without Kyrie Irving

By Gary Washburn

BRUINS NOTEBOOK

Bruins giving Noel Acciari some time at center

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Nora Princiotti

What can the Patriots do with all their draft picks?

By Nora Princiotti

RED SOX MINOR LEAGUE NOTEBOOK

Red Sox working to beef up farm system

By Alex Speier

Weekend

Movie Review | ★ ★ ★

‘A Quiet Place’ is a horror movie that puts a premium on silence

From left: John Krasinski, Noah Jupe, Emily Blunt, and Millicent Simmonds in “A Quiet Place.”

By Ty Burr

Smart and truly scary horror movies know that it’s not how much to show your audience that gets results, but rather how little.

Television Review

A welcome return to ‘Howards End’

Matthew MacFadyen and Hayley Atwell in “Howards End.”

By Matthew Gilbert

Like the the 1992 Merchant-Ivory film, the Starz miniseries adaptation is extraordinary.

How much of ‘Chappaquiddick’ is actually true?

This image released by Entertainment Studios shows Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy, center, and Andria Blackman stars as Joan Kennedy in a scene from

By Jenna Russell

After 50 years, no version of this story is untold, and this telling is no truer than the rest.

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TV Critic’s Corner

‘Roseanne’ continues to draw big ratings

By Matthew Gilbert

Love Letters

Sad that he’s happy

By Meredith Goldstein

Hop along ‘Bark Your Head Off, Dog’

Infectious indie rock from Hop Along, now with violins

By Robert Steiner

Movie Review

Striking a pose for Giacometti

By Tom Russo