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MGM pulls out of talks with Wynn over sale of Everett casino

Las Vegas casino giant MGM Resorts is pulling out of talks with Wynn Resorts over the possible sale of Wynn’s Everett property, Encore Boston Harbor, MGM said Tuesday night.
Politics, not finances, got in the way of MGM-Wynn deal

Two new Boston school buildings on the horizon, as 17 schools add sixth grade

Boston school officials announced Tuesday they have reached significant milestones in their effort to overhaul the system’s aging buildings and adjust to changing enrollment.

As Trump continues to say ‘No,’ more Democrats are thinking about impeachment

The Trump administration’s refusal to cooperate with Congressional oversight efforts has an increasing number of House Democrats talking about impeachment, although the party is anything but united.

Addiction used to be someone else’s problem. Doctors graduating today are eager to take it on

“We see people struggling with these disorders on a day-to-day basis,” said a member of a student group that worked on beefing up Massachusetts medical school curriculums.

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Movers damaged her grandmother’s vintage piano, and she’s fighting to get it repaired
She obtained a small claims judgment for $600 for damage done by her mover, but can she enforce it without a valid street address for the company?

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Last synagogue in Revere prepares to close its doors

There were once three active synagogues in the city, which attracted Jewish immigrants from Russia and eastern Europe.
Federal prosecutors investigating fires set at Jewish centers in Arlington, Needham

Man fatally shot in Dorchester

Police are investigating after a man was fatally shot near Dorchester Center on Tuesday night.

These were the most popular baby names in Massachusetts last year

If you’re in Massachusetts, there’s still a pretty good chance you’ll be meeting a lot of Benjamins and Emmas.

Newton recreational marijuana store gets OK to open

A Newton marijuana dispensary can begin recreational sales as early as this weekend, after state regulators gave it the required sign-off Tuesday.
A map of marijuana stores in Massachusetts

Boston area housing market in full spring bloom

April sales were up almost 3 percent compared with the same month last year. 52 minutes ago

Boss says fired cafeteria worker hadn’t charged student’s account in 3 months

A New Hampshire cafeteria worker fired for giving lunch to a boy who couldn’t pay allegedly had not charged the student’s account for three months.

Lynn man pleads guilty to lottery tax scam

A Lynn man pleaded guilty for his involvement in a multi-million-dollar scam that allowed lottery winners to avoid paying taxes on winnings.

Police investigating violent encounter at DaBaby concert in Lawrence

Lawrence police continue to investigate a fight that broke out early Saturday morning that left a Stoughton rapper in the hospital.

Providence nightclub closed after shooting outside injures 2

The Providence Board of Licenses voted unanimously Monday to close a nightclub following an early morning shooting nearby that sent two people to the hospital, officials said.

Tsarnaev’s lawyers get approval to submit more paperwork

Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have two weeks to file extra paperwork as part of their legal challenge to his conviction and death sentence, records show.

Alabama Public Television refuses to air ‘Arthur’ episode featuring gay marriage

A recent episode of the children’s show featured the gay wedding of a favorite teacher, Mr. Ratburn, and his partner, an aardvark named Patrick.

14 nurses on oncology floor at Mass General Hospital are pregnant at same time

An oncology floor at Massachusetts General Hospital is about to get bigger — by 15 little ones.

Another possible candidate for Seth Moulton’s seat: Angus McQuilken

Angus McQuilken, a longtime activist against gun violence who is now involved with the life sciences industry, is exploring a run in the state’s Sixth Congressional District.


Low-profile judge, indicted for allegedly helping undocumented immigrant, finds herself in harsh spotlight

For friends and colleagues of Judge Shelley Joseph, who early in her career was a prosecutor targeting violent gangs in Boston, her current predicament defies belief.



Blue Jays 10, Red Sox 3

Red Sox routed in Toronto

Rowdy Tellez hit two- and three-run homers off Boston starter Eduardo Rodriguez.