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Man indicted in Milford storage locker death

Christopher Tetreault, whose address is listed as the Worcester County House of Correction, was indicted on a murder charge as well as larceny from a building by a Worcester County grand jury, the Worcester district attorney’s office said in a statement.

Five decades later, Spotlight alumni reflect on an ‘institution within an institution’

In its 51-year history, the Boston Globe Spotlight Team has disclosed clergy sex abuse, failings within the MBTA, and exposure to deadly radiation at a Portsmouth shipyard, among dozens of investigations.

More than a hundred people marched to the State House to demand action on climate change. The protest coincided with plans for other youth climate strikes across the country.

In Boston protest, young activists say action needed now to counter climate change

The strike comes after a summer in which North America recorded one of its hottest Julys on record and communities around the world suffered through scorching heat waves, devastating hurricanes and earthquakes, droughts, mass wildlife die-offs, and more.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined other Democratic women lawmakers at a news conference ahead of the vote on the Women’s Health Protection Act.

Why Democrats pushed an abortion vote now

“It will hopefully serve as a way to get pro-choice Democrats out to vote the next time around,” said Jim Manley, a Democratic strategist who worked with the late Senator Ted Kennedy and former Senate majority leader Harry Reid.

Two men with Cambridge ties sought in Norwood drive-by murder

The suspects have been on the run from police since Sept. 19, when they allegedly gunned down Shakim Lewis-Johnson as he walked out of his friend’s home at 15 Sturtevant Ave. in a residential area of Norwood.

Child hit by school bus in Braintree suffering serious injuries

The 11-year-old girl had to be pulled out from under the bus, according to police.

Unruly JetBlue passenger departing from Boston chokes flight attendant, attempts to force his way into cockpit, FBI says

As many as seven crew members worked together to restrain the passenger.

Roxbury Prep High School

What happened to Roxbury Prep’s football team was a disgrace

The cautious public comments issued to date don’t really capture the horror of what these young people were put through and will never forget — being subjected to racist abuse in a hostile environment.

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Members of the curriculum committee for the Duxbury Senior Center's LifeLong Learning program hold a planning meeting.

Live and learn through Duxbury’s senior center study program

This fall, senior center’s LifeLong Learning program is offering 15 courses in subject areas such as history, current events, religion, science, art, and literature.

Newburyport FISH is hosting the first annual Oysterfest in the Port.

Classic cars, and classical guitar

Gloucester is hosting the third annual Cape Ann Classic Cars on the Green on Oct. 2 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m.

Melanie Baskind is now chief resident in pediatrics at the Univiersity of California San Francisco Medical Center.

From soccer and lacrosse at Framingham High, Melanie Baskind now excels in pediatrics

The 2018 graduate of Harvard Medical School is now a pediatrics chief resident at the University of California San Francisco.

Amber Payne, co-editor in chief of The Emancipator, spoke with Ibram X. Kendi, founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, during a Globe Summit panel entitled "Fireside Chat: Building an Anti-Racist Society."

At Globe Summit, Ibram X. Kendi calls for bold action to dismantle racism

It’s not enough for people to say or believe that they’re not racist, Kendi said; they must be loud and radical about it, and actively involved in building a more equitable society.

The footbridge on Albemarle Road, a common pathway for pedestrians and students, was recently destroyed after the brook flooded and a car, swept up in the flood waters, collided with the bridge.

Newton begins building temporary replacement of destroyed Albemarle Footbridge

Newton officials began rebuilding the Albemarle Footbridge — a popular access point for pedestrians in West Newton — after a car, swept up in Cheesecake Brook flood waters, collided with it and left it in ruins.

Boston University student Nina Wilson picked up trash along a trail on Saturday, Sept.18.

‘It’s just really nice to be able to pick up all the garbage’

As summer closes and fall begins, trash remains a constant blemish on the earth. But Newtonians took initiative Saturday to clean up the litter around their city.

US Customs and Border Protection mounted officers attempted to contain migrants as they cross the Rio Grande from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, into Del Rio, Texas, on Sept. 19.

‘Completely traumatized’: Local Haitian community members feel betrayed by US treatment of Haitian migrants

Fleeing a country plunged into deep turmoil by a devastating earthquake and the assassination of its president, Haitians are being detained and deported by the Biden administration, which is enforcing a Trump-era order to expel the migrants without allowing them to apply for asylum.

A man cast his shadow on a sign outside of a polling place in Everett on Tuesday.

Voters in Everett, Fall River, Lawrence, other cities make decisions in preliminary mayoral races Tuesday

Voters went to the polls in local preliminary mayoral elections in Everett, Lawrence, and other Greater Boston cities on Tuesday to narrow down crowded fields ahead of ballot votes in November.

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