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Celebrity chef José Andrés calls fired N.H. cafeteria worker a ‘hero’

The plight of a fired school cafeteria worker in New Hampshire has caught the attention of award-winning chef José Andrés.

Child diagnosed with measles in New Hampshire

Anyone who visited specified locations in Keene, N.H., should contact health care officials if they have not been immunized, officials said.

Nancy Pelosi receives Profile in Courage Award

The California Democrat and House speaker said she was “speechless” about being honored.

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Sister Janet Eisner has been the heart and soul of Emmanuel College — for 40 years

With a blend of humanity and practicality, the college’s longtime president led the institition through some tough times. And she’s not done.

Across the generations, a campaign emerges to counter age segregation

The movement seeks to buck a trend in which older and younger people are increasingly segregated in housing, work, and even spiritual life.

Tufts commencement highlights diversity, love, and purpose

Award-winning actor and activist Alfre Woodard told the graduates to follow their passions, not a paycheck.

‘Black Panther’ costume designer tells Suffolk grads to create their own adventures

“Take chances and be unpredictable,” said Ruth Carter. “You have your whole life to live by the book.”

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He bought the fencing coach’s house. Then his son got into Harvard

The Needham house was assessed at $549,300, but sold for nearly a million dollars. The buyer, who never lived a day there, would sell it 17 months later at a substantial loss in what may become the next chapter in the national debate over fairness in college admissions.

You can’t own more than 3 pot shops, but these companies test the limits — and brag about it

No firm is allowed to own or control more than three recreational marijuana stores. But two companies — Sea Hunter and Acreage — are testing the limits.

Drugs took their children, but not their hope that others might be saved

The experiences of three young adults who fatally overdosed, as told by their parents, contain lessons for addressing the opioid crisis.

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