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Alexis Weisz (second from left) posed with her children (left to right) Maxwell, 13, Grace, 11, and Logan, 16, at their home in Bedford. Weisz’s husband, Christopher, was struck and killed last year, allegedly by a driver with past drunken driving convictions.

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Missed warning signs on the road to tragedy

When a state trooper arrived at a crash scene, he observed no signs of impairment and sent the driver on her way. Nineteen minutes later, a man was dead.

Larry Burns, director of the Crosby Center, says he formed a nonprofit Crosby Clinic Foundation, but the entity is not listed as registered with the secretary of state of California, where the clinic operates.

David Maung for The Boston Globe

Ailing former Patriots, feeling spurned by the NFL, turn to a clinic with a founder of dubious repute

Former Patriots who have lost faith in the NFL to help them with their football-related head injuries have turned to a clinic founded by an entrepreneur with a dubious past.

Dr. Lester Grinspoon, the author of

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At 89, legendary psychiatrist and marijuana advocate still wonders about Harvard professorship

Marijuana activists say Dr. Lester Grinspoon, the author of "Marijuana Reconsidered," was unfairly denied a full professorship at Harvard Medical School twice because of his views about cannabis.