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Trillium Brewing to open Fenway location Thursday

A staple of the local craft beer scene, Trillium is opening a new location in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. 3 hours ago


In praise of Pierre Delecto — er, Mitt Romney

Others may ridicule Pierre Delecto. I just want to give him a hug.

We’re hearing ‘quid pro quo’ again and again, as we get a lesson in politics — and Latin

It means “something given or received for something else,” and we’ve heard it a lot in relation to the impeachment inquiry against President Trump. But are we getting to the point of ad nauseam with this phrase?

Calif. marketing executive sentenced to prison in college admissions bribery scandal

Jane Buckingham, 51, of Beverly Hills was sentenced to three weeks in federal prison Wednesday after admitting she paid $50,000 to a charity to have a test proctor take her son’s ACT test.


Watch: Connected Coastlines panel discussions

The Boston Globe and the Pulitzer Center hosted panel discussions inspired by the Globe’s coverage of climate change on Cape Cod.

Astronomers discover ‘monster galaxy’ hiding behind cloud of stardust 12.5 billion light-years away

A team of astronomers that included an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has discovered a massive “monster galaxy” 12.5 billion light-years away that was hiding behind a cloud of stardust.

2 children in Boston infected with meningococcal disease

Two young children in Boston were diagnosed with meningococcal disease, which is infectious and can lead to meningitis, a bacterial infection of the brain and spinal cord, officials announced Wednesday.

House debates landmark education funding bill

The measure would pump an additional $1.4 billion in direct aid to local districts, trying to bridge the divide in educational opportunities between poor and affluent systems.

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Lynn is getting the lead out in more low-income housing

Lynn plans to make 400 homes for low-income families safe from lead paint over the next five years as a result of the new federal funding.


What’s happening south of Boston

Canton Public Library promises a spirited evening when S.P.I.R.I.T.S. of New England will share the results of their spine-tingling investigations into hauntings around New England.


What’s happening north of Boston

Looking for a fun outing for little ones in costumes? Beverly Main Streets presents its annual Downtown Trick or Treat event on Thursday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 6 p.m.


A-B grad Leah Cardarelli has transferred her stick skills to UMass Lowell

The Acton-Boxborough graduate played three seasons at Michigan, but yearned to close out her career close to home.

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