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Remembering Globe sports photographer Frank O’Brien, a legend behind the lens
O'Brien revolutionized sports photography in Boston, beginning with his coverage of the Impossible Dream Red Sox in 1967.
Boston University defenseman Lane Hutson becomes the second freshman in 71 years to win Walter Brown Award
Hutson was honored as the best American-born Division 1 men's college hockey player in New England.
Watch: A century of Red Sox championships, challengers, and characters commemorated in new Globe book
Host of the forthcoming TV show Boston Globe Today, Segun Oduolowu, sits down with reporter Chad Finn to discuss the book, which explores the team through more than 300 Boston Globe articles.
Readers share their predictions for the 2023 Red Sox season
Red Sox fans are split on how well they think the team will do.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTEBOOK
Rob DiLoreto resigns after three seasons as football coach at Everett High, his alma mater
The dean of students at Arlington High, DiLoreto directed the Crimson Tide to a 20-3 record and three Greater Boston League titles.
Reporter Mike Giardi is let go by NFL Network as part of ongoing budget cuts
The Norwood native worked at New England Cable News and NBC Sports Boston before joining the NFL Network in 2018.
Toronto’s Isobel Cup victory over Minnesota was a promising moment, among many, for the Premier Hockey Federation
Tereza Vanisova scored four minutes into overtime to give the No. 2 Six a 4-3 victory.
George Washington University is moving on from ‘Colonials’
George Washington University will soon choose a new nickname for its athletic teams, dropping “Colonials” after years of pressure from students who said the name was entangled with violence toward Native Americans and other colonized people.