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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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Scientist working on a microscope in the elaboration of the rapid molecular test for COVID 19.

Profiling coronavirus mutations help scientists find weak spots

Erica Ollmann Saphire spent the past year and a half profiling the coronavirus, creating intricate three-dimensional images in her San Diego lab to understand its most problematic features. That information is now revealing the pathogen’s weak spots and ways to exploit them.

The Down Under School of Yoga on Beacon Street.

Toxicity in the land of enlightenment? This yoga dispute has the community tied up in knots

Former teachers at Down Under School of Yoga accuse the studios' owner of being a bully. But she and current teachers say there's something else going on.

Shoppers walk through a market in the central business district (CBD) of Pretoria, South Africa, on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021.

Delta variant extinguishes Beta variant in South Africa, study shows

The more infectious nature of the Delta mutation of the coronavirus has seen it almost completely displace the Beta variant in South Africa, the discovery of which led to widespread travel bans.

A house burns on Platina Road at the Zogg Fire near Ono, Calif. Pacific Gas & Electric has been charged with manslaughter and other crimes, Friday, Sept. 24, 2021, in a Northern California wildfire last year that killed four people and destroyed hundreds of homes.

PG&E charged in California wildfire last year that killed 4

Pacific Gas & Electric was charged Friday with involuntary manslaughter and other crimes after its equipment sparked a Northern California wildfire that killed four people and destroyed hundreds of homes last year, prosecutors said.

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou (C) talks to media at British Columbia Supreme Court after her extradition hearing ended in her favour, in Vancouver British Columbia, Canada on September 24, 2021.

Canadians released after Huawei CFO resolves US charges

Two Canadians detained in China on spying charges have been released from prison and flown out of the country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday, hours after a top executive of Chinese communications giant Huawei Technologies resolved criminal charges against her in a deal with the US Justice Department.

Sue Sullivan (left), executive director of the Newmarket Business Association, lead City Councilor and mayoral candidate Annissa Essaibi George on a tour of the area known as Mass. and Cass in the Newmarket district of Boston, where landowners are launching a special taxing district to fund extra security and street cleanup services.

As Mass. and Cass crisis continues, landowners nearby band together to fund extra services

Property owners in the Newmarket industrial zone ― where Boston’s opioid and homelessness crisis has spiraled in recent months near the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard ― could soon pay a fee to fund additional neighborhood services.

Medical personnel adjusts their personal protective equipment while working in the emergency department at NYC Health and Hospitals Metropolitan in New York. Hospitals and nursing homes in New York are bracing for the possibility that a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers could lead to staff shortages when it takes effect Monday, Sept. 27, 2021.

NY hospitals, schools fear staff shortage from vaccine rules

Some of the nation’s most aggressive COVID-19 vaccine mandates are scheduled to take effect Monday in New York amid continued resistance from some to the shots, leaving hospitals and nursing homes across the state and schools in New York City bracing for possible staff shortages.

A massive swath of industrial land in Everett is being made available to developers. ExxonMobil has put its 95-acre Everett Terminal on the block, while the city is pursuing eminent domain rights to take a big part of the Exelon power plant (pictured here behind the Encore casino) for development.

‘We don’t want to be people’s dumping grounds.’ Big change could be coming to Everett’s industrial riverfront

Two huge swaths of land along the Mystic River in Everett are being primed for redevelopment.