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Governor Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren, arrived for his swearing in to a second term at the State House.

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Charlie Baker’s second inauguration speech focuses on the practical, not the visionary

The Swampscott Republican was sworn into a second term as governor on a Bible held by his 90-year-old father, Charles D. Baker.

The Boston landmark Durgin-Park says it will close Jan. 12.

Durgin-Park’s impending closure marks end of an era

The restaurant, which opened in 1827 and is known for its Yankee pot roast and Boston baked beans, will close Jan. 12, its manager said.

Dartmouth College outlines steps to address sexual harassment

The Ivy League school, roiled by allegations against three former psychology professors, will require online harassment training for all faculty, staff, and graduate students.

Locked-out workers picketed outside a National Grid facility in Malden in September. The union and the company announced a tentative agreement late Wednesday.

National Grid workers say holding firm on contract demands ‘the right thing’

About 1,250 union workers had been locked out by the company for more than six months.

Senator Elizabeth Warren said she would prefer to keep the focus on the plight of working families.

Is she likable enough? We’re still asking that?

Women are pushing back against presumptions and narratives they might have endured just a few years ago.