Red Sox at Astros
The Red Sox won the ALCS, 4-1.
The mayor’s PowerPoint presentation on preparing for rising seas included an intriguing image.
The Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday issued final licenses to MCR Labs and CDX Analytics.
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From Teresa Klein to Mary Bono to Bette Midler, empty apologies and shallow allies aren’t forgivable.
While tickets for the Broadway blockbuster typically cost hundreds of dollars, the high school students paid only $10 for a special performance.
TripAdvisor says so, but here’s why you should take that with a grain of powdered Parmesan.
Harvard scientists say the Chinese government might need to look at a new suspect in the deadly air pollution that clouds Beijing.
Bradford Casler, a Newton man with multiple sclerosis, is charged with driving his SUV into the Sweet Tomatoes pizza shop in Newton, killing two patrons and injuring seven others.
Those who are writing off the senator’s gambit might keep this in mind: Warren’s aim this week was not to show she had any claim to join a tribe.
Even his mea culpa after Wednesday night’s debate was far from enthusiastic: Baker did not utter Geoff Diehl’s name in any of his responses.
President Trump’s chief of staff and his national security adviser engaged in a profanity-laced argument outside the Oval Office on Thursday.
A warmer-than-normal winter could be in store for New England. But the jury is out on whether it will be wetter than normal.
Gerald Schuster, a prominent Boston businessman and Democratic booster known for his far-reaching civic endeavors, has died at the age of 89.
We all benefit from the wonders of Boston’s shoreline, and we all must share the burden of keeping the city and its people safe.
A former head of the governing body was arrested this week, and the interim president resigned under pressure.
Mayor Martin Walsh will roll out an array of projects designed to protect Boston from rising sea levels. And he’s asking business leaders for their help to make them happen.
The state will be the first to use a ballot that lets voters rank their preferences.
Six deaths were reported in Virginia, mostly from flash flooding. North Carolina had three deaths, and Georgia had one.
Mass. Mutual Life Insurance Co. and OppenheimerFunds employees will get about $5.7 billion in Invesco preferred and common stock for the fund unit, which has $246 billion in assets.
As franchise reboots go, the new “Halloween” is top shelf.
The Big Picture
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: gas explosions in Lawrence, 9/11 remembrance ceremonies, and primary elections.
Millions of Americans with mental health issues are not getting the care they need.
Mobile homes may be the least expensive and most effective means of addressing the region’s housing shortage.
Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan spoke at a Globe event on how innovation is shaping our world, and she’s in high demand among the hundreds of mayors gathered in Boston.
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