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AG: Logan Airport contractor falsified payroll records
FSS was fined for adding tips to workers’ wages to make it appear they were earning minimum wage, officials said.

Robot in aisle 3: Retail turns more and more to machines
Stop & Shop has deployed about 500 robots in its stores, helping to normalize robots in public places — and raising questions about jobs and privacy in the process.

Wampanoag tribe fights latest in long history of ills

The tribe, decimated by English settlers in the 17th century and forced onto lands in Mashpee, was the target of a tweet by President Trump that opposed continued protection for its lands.

Memorial Day

Kevin Cullen

When grief rewrites your address book: How a Boston tradition got started

The story of the American flags on Boston Common on Memorial Day is a reminder of what the day really means.
What's open, what's closed on Memorial Day

Milton woman, 100, recalls service in World War II, Korea

Natalie Fultz has lived a remarkable life that includes service in two wars. On Memorial Day, she will reflect on her experiences at a holiday commemoration.
Once on the street, 1,000 vets have found a home, according to Walsh

Stanley Cup Today: A party, then, at last, the puck will drop

Take a look at what’s on tap Monday as Game 1 of the Stanley Cup has finally arrived. 3 hours ago
Bruins, Blues put different value on playoff experience

Tara Sullivan
Patrice Bergeron is the Bruins’ indispensable teammate
Perfection is often the word that comes to mind to describe the 15-year veteran who has played his entire career in Black and Gold.

Inside job: Bruins’ success starts in the locker roomChris Wagner unlikely to play in Stanley Cup FinalMore Bruins coverage

Beyond budget figures: Report provides a snapshot of 1.8m on MassHealth

An attempt to humanize an insurance program that is often reduced to numbers and statistics.
Matthew Gilbert | Your TV GPS

This week in watching: The Central Park Five, the ‘Deadwood’ movie, and summer’s returning shows

Globe critic Matthew Gilbert’s guide to what’s on television this week.
Chesto Means Business

Mass. chip makers’ stocks fall after US blacklists Huawei

Investors have sent semiconductor stocks reeling, and Woburn’s Skyworks Solutions and Norwood’s Analog Devices couldn’t avoid the blowback.
PEter Abraham | On Baseball

Why Alex Cora believes Rafael Devers can be among the elite

The Red Sox manager has seen the rapid development of his young third baseman, and believes the best is yet to come.
Red Sox top Astros, 4-1, to close series

Trump disagrees with Abe, says he is not bothered by N. Korea missile tests

Standing beside Trump at a news conference in Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe disagreed with the US president, saying the missile tests were ‘‘of great regret.’’

John Lewis’s message to Framingham State grads: ‘Get in trouble’

The congressman and civil rights icon spoke at the university’s commencement Sunday at the DCU Center in Worcester.

At least 3 City Council seats will be uncontested in fall

Tuesday was the last day for candidates for the nine district and four at-large seats to turn in signatures to qualify for the ballot.
Week Ahead

A special day to kick off a precious season

Many cities and towns in the Boston area will have observances on Monday to mark Memorial Day.

Republican lawmaker criticizes Trump for sharing heavily edited video of Pelosi

Representative Will Hurd of Texas said that by sharing the video, Trump has escalated the debate over disinformation, which is ‘‘something that gets at the heart of our democracy.’’
Facebook won't remove altered video of Nancy Pelosi

UK Brexit party scores big in EU election as Conservatives, Labour falter

Veteran politician Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party scored big gains in European elections, dooming the governing Conservative Party and opposition Labour to humiliating defeats.

Ireland votes overwhelmingly to liberalize divorce laws

It’s the latest blow at the ballot box for the Catholic Church, which once dictated social norms in the country.

At least 30 dead, scores missing after boat capsizes in western Congo

Many of the passengers were teachers who were traveling to collect their salaries, according to a local official.

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Friendly’s Ice Cream cofounder Curtis L. Blake dies at 102

Mr. Blake and his brother S. Prestley cofounded an ice cream business in 1935 that became the chain of Friendly’s restaurants.

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A handmade roadside bomb forever changed the contours of Rich Newcombe’s world and what the solemn national holiday we celebrate this long weekend means to him.

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‘Not really if, it’s when’: Mass. marijuana pesticide ban prompts fears of crop failure
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Patriots tight end Ben Watson faces four-game suspension

The veteran, who rejoined the Patriots this month, announced the ban for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs on Facebook.