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Cyclist hit by vehicle in Dorchester, taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries

A female cyclist suffered life-threatening injuries when she was hit by a vehicle in Dorchester Friday.

‘We’ll take it’: After 20 months, tax relief finally appears on the cusp of passage

To what degree the package delivers, and who may benefit most from it, remains unclear.

How much Mass. is in ‘Dumb Money,’ the movie about Brockton investor ‘Roaring Kitty’ and his GameStop gambit?

Released last week, “Dumb Money” is the brainchild of Harvard grads about an unassuming Brockton investor.

Cambridge MCAS scores show full recovery from pandemic

In Cambridge, students’ MCAS scores are back to where they were before the pandemic, in just about every grade and subject.

Giorgio Napolitano, former Italian president and first ex-Communist in that post, has died at 98

Not only was Giorgio Napolitano the first former Communist to rise to Italy’s presidency, he was also the first person to be elected twice to the mostly ceremonial post.

A Cape Cod clinic has begun offering medication abortions, and a faith-based group is pushing alternatives

For many on Cape Cod, the presence of the van signaled the start of a worrisome effort to undermine access to abortion services just months after a clinic, Health Imperatives, began offering medication abortions in Hyannis.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Tropical system arrives this weekend, but how much rain it brings to Mass. depends on how far north it moves

There are still some questions, even at this late hour, about how much rainfall we’re going to see this weekend.


Assault charge dropped against Providence NAACP president

The assault case against Gerard Catala was dismissed, but he remains charged with campaign finance violations.