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Celtics’ loss to Heat in Game 7 was a meltdown of epic proportions in Boston sports
The Green Team’s spring of “Unfinished Business” is officially finished.
Man dies after falling under Green Line trolley at North Station
A man was killed when he fell under the wheels of a Green Line trolley as the MBTA train was leaving North Station shortly after midnight Tuesday, a fatal incident that took place about an hour after the Boston Celtics lost Game 7 at TD Garden.
MUSIC REVIEWScenes from the final day of Boston Calling
A celebratory last blast brings Boston Calling to a close
From the surgical festival rock of Queens of the Stone Age and the country chill of Maren Morris to the tenacity of top-billed Paramore, the final-day lineup had, as usual, something for everybody.
Following Rachael Rollins’s resignation as US attorney, selecting her successor may be challenging
Several legal experts predict choosing Rollins's successor will be done cautiously, with the next nominee likely to face intense scrutiny in the Senate and possibly trigger another contentious, partisan battle.
Raimondo tells Brown graduates to ‘stick around’ R.I., commit to public service
“We have a lot of issues that we, together, have to deal with,” US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said after accepting an honorary degree from Brown University on Sunday. “They can all be solved... if you guys get in the game.”
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Massachusetts has passed just 10 laws this year, the fewest to open a legislative session in decades. It’s a sign of the times.
“No one would confuse the current day Legislature with a New England town meeting or an Athenian hillside,” said Secretary of State William F. Galvin, a former lawmaker himself.
Tell us: How have things changed in Boston since you were in your early 20s?
Boston thrives off the dreams of young people. But can they make it here?
Baby boomers and Gen Xers benefited from economic conditions that do not exist for millennials. And by many measures, the path ahead for Gen Z is even more fraught.
Amid lifeguard shortage, Boston officials, DCR ramp up recruitment efforts“It’s not the easy summer day at the beach that many might think it is,” said Shawn DeRosa, director of pool and waterfront safety for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. “There’s quite a lot of training . . . and not everyone is up to that challenge.”
Pork-pocalypse now? In wake of Supreme Court ruling and 2016 vote, pork prices could soar in Mass. A 2016 animal welfare ballot measure that would prohibit most US pork from being sold in Massachusetts could finally take effect as soon as next month. And pork purveyors here say that means prices are about to pop.
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