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TJ and Hadley Douglas of the Urban Grape said sharing their experiences running a Black and woman-owned business has deepened their connection with customers. (Produced by Anush Elbakyan/Globe Staff, Reporting by Janelle Nanos/Globe Staff, Edited by Caitlin Healy/Globe Staff, Camera: Lucie McCormick/Special to the Globe, Baolong Song/Special to the Globe)

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Rendering of the proposed Mystic River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge connecting to the MBTA Assembly station.

Soon, you’ll be able to walk over the Mystic River, Baker says

Baker Administration commits to building long-planned foot-and-bike bridge over the Mystic River.

Boxes containing the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

In mix-and-match booster landscape, don’t rule out Johnson & Johnson, experts say

Despite research showing Moderna and Pfizer boosters generate more antibodies, experts say J&J still offers robust protection against COVID-19.

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The yard with a firepit at 80 Bogan Avenue, Lancaster.

For sale: Homes with stone fire pits, in Lancaster and Marshfield

Yards with stone fire pits await outdoor fall gatherings.

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Businesses struggled to find workers in September, while the Massachusetts job market showed a modest improvement.

Mass. jobs report offers hope the labor shortage is easing

The state added 11,900 jobs in September, up from 3,400 in the prior month, and the workforce expanded by the most since December, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development said Friday.

The former OfficeMax location in South Bay shopping plaza in Boston, where liquor superstore Total Wine & More is attempting to open a location amid concerns from some residents that it could contribute to the addiction and homelessness struggles at nearby Mass. and Cass.

A Total Wine superstore could soon land on the edge of Mass, and Cass. Some neighbors are wary.

Total Wine says its presence at Dorchester's South Bay shopping center will fill a vacant storefront and “stabilize” a troubled area, but its critics argue the megastore will pose a threat to both their businesses and to public health.

A 1944 savings bond.

How to figure out if any of the $29 billion in unredeemed US savings bonds belongs to you

About 80 million unredeemed US savings bonds, worth more than $29 billion, are tucked away in file folders, desk drawers, safe deposit boxes and who knows where else. Here’s how to figure out if any of them belong to you.

A Lyft Inc. light sits on the dashboard of a vehicle in the Times Square neighborhood of New York, US, on Wednesday, May 8, 2019.

Lyft says 1,807 sexual assaults occurred in rides in 2019

More than 1,800 sexual assaults occurred during Lyft rides in 2019, the company said Thursday in its first-ever safety report on sexual and physical assaults, fatal crashes and other serious incidents.

Wind turbines are seen in Rokkasho village, Aomori Prefecture, northern Japan on Nov. 8, 2012.

Japan OKs plan to push clean energy, nuclear to cut carbon

Japan adopted a new energy policy on Friday that promotes nuclear and renewables as sources of clean energy to achieve the country’s pledge of reaching carbon neutrality in 2050.