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‘I’m not asking you, Siri’: Red Sox announcer Joe Castiglione had a funny moment with his iPhone during Saturday’s game

When Castiglione announced Rays outfielder Jose Siri was up to bat, his iPhone dutifully responded.


What is a Point-in-Time count, and why does it matter in housing and homelessness policy?

This month, states in New England will begin releasing annual data from their winter Point-in-Time counts, tallying the number of individuals who are experiencing homelessness.


After cancer, R.I. founder looks to build medical sensor device to help patients with thyroid issues

Bambi Layne is the founder and chief scientific officer of sciLayne Inc., a new company based in Providence creating sensors to help sample a patient’s thyroid-stimulating hormone levels.

Cambridge biotech raises $150 million and rehires founder of Vertex

Alkeus Pharmaceuticals has been buoyed by clinical trial results for its experimental drug to treat Stargardt disease, a rare inherited cause of blindness.

To meet new state housing law, Newton aims to make its villages a little taller

One of Boston’s largest suburbs has a year-end deadline to comply with state law that could require it to permit more than 8,000 additional homes.

Switzerland’s UBS says it could complete Credit Suisse takeover on June 12

The two Zurich-based banks are uniting in a $3.3 billion deal that was arranged hastily in March by the Swiss government and regulators.

Class-action lawsuit filed against Compass Medical over abrupt closure of facilities in Mass.

The lawsuit argues that the organization abandoned its 70,000 patients by closing its facilities without notice, leaving them scrambling to fill prescriptions, find new doctors, and reschedule medical examinations.

Sligo, longtime pub in Davis Square, closes its doors after 75 years

“This is one of the greatest bars that ever existed,” said Henry Lima, a longtime patron and former bartender.