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John Hume, who worked to end N. Ireland violence, dies at 83

Mr. Hume was a visionary politician who won a Nobel Peace Prize for fashioning the agreement that ended violence in his native Northern Ireland.

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Lottery results from Monday drawings

Police video shows Providence councilor intervening on loud-music complaint against a friend

"They can [expletive] get over it," Councilwoman Kat Kerwin said of residents in downtown Providence complaining of loud music at her friend's bar.

The lobster industry has lost a crucial certification for sustainability

The influential Marine Stewardship Council says it has concerns over the effect on right whales.

The Valedictorians Project

The Valedictorians Project: A look at Boston valedictorians and what became of them.

Everett man charged with damaging FBI building in Chelsea

A 52-year-old Everett man has been charged in federal court in Boston after he allegedly scaled the perimeter fence of the FBI’s Boston-area headquarters in Chelsea early Friday morning and damaged an exterior door, the US attorney’s office said Monday.

A bride, her grandfather, and a love story

If Audrey Mazzola's grandfather couldn’t come to her wedding, well, she would bring her wedding to him.

New effort aims to lift city’s valedictorians

Warren Tolman, a former candidate for governor and attorney general, is launching a program inspired by the Globe series, in an effort to further support this year’s valedictorians as they prepare for college in the fall.

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‘It makes us happy to see the customers again'

Tilly & Salvy’s Bacon Street Farm in Natick has been in business for 82 years. The staff and customers keep each other going, pandemic or no pandemic.

Is that harp music coming from the driveway?

I missed those ensemble sessions, surrounded by students drawing magical sound out of their instruments. That’s when I got the idea for harp camp.

Zoning board decision puts Sharon library project in limbo

The future of a new $18 million public library in Sharon is uncertain after the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals voted to deny variances that would allow its construction.

Brockton museum crafts a reopening

Fuller Craft Museum will reopen to the public Aug. 6 with a new show exploring how our lives have been turned upside down by the pandemic.

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