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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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A rendering of Pine Street Inn's project at 3368 Washington St. in Jamaica Plain.

Boston City Council votes to relax parking rules for affordable housing

The move comes after lawsuits were filed to block two Jamaica Plain developments on the grounds that they didn't include enough parking spaces.

Warren renews assault on private equity payouts, worker policies

The bill, which faces long odds in a closely divided Congress, would also ban outsourcing jobs over the first two years of the purchase of a company by a private equity firm, and if the company goes bust anyway, workers would get more priority for severance and other payments they’re owed.

Mass General Brigham's offices in Somerville.

Mass General Brigham employees lose bid to halt unpaid leave over vaccine mandate

A federal lawsuit says the workers’ disability and religious exemptions had been wrongly denied without explanation or “meaningful interactive process” and “without a showing of undue hardship.”

Donald Trump’s golf club under new criminal probe over taxes, report says

Donald Trump’s company is under criminal investigation by a district attorney in a New York City suburb into whether it misled officials to cut taxes for a golf course there, according to The New York Times.

Tony Rosenfeld, co-founder of One Mighty Mill in Lynn, loaded bagels topped with cheese into the oven. One Mighty Mill is part of a growing network of farmers and food producers who are trying to grow a sustainable grains farming industry in the Northeast.

Got grains? Network of farmers and food producers aims to bring wheat and barley back to New England

A growing network of farmers and food producers is working to re-establish a grain supply chain in New England.

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Acting Mayor Kim Janey answered questions during a press conference at City Hal on Tuesday. The city declared addiction and homelessness a public health crisis in Boston.

‘Living in a tent is not an option.’ Those are the words we needed to hear from Boston City Hall

Even as a “lame duck” leader, Acting Mayor Kim Janey is exhibiting the kind of political courage we’ve been waiting for — and she’s articulating what is required to solve a calamity as intractable and complicated as breaking the cycle of addiction and homelessness.

Biogen's Alzheimer's drug, Aduhelm, costs $56,000 a year.

Sales of Biogen’s controversial Alzheimer’s drug disappoint

Aduhelm generated just $300,000 in revenue during the third quarter, but the Cambridge biotech’s CEO says it will “stay the course.”


Single-family home sales in Rhode Island slow in 3rd quarter, though prices continue to rise

The median price of single-family homes was a record high of $385,000, but the number of closes was down 8.4 percent.