Tsarnaev suffered gunshot wounds, skull fracture

Suspected Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev suffered a gunshot wound to the face, among other injuries, before his capture in Watertown, court documents show.

Boutique hotel may rise in South Boston

A developer is proposing to build a 14-story boutique hotel off West Broadway, on a corner once notoriously ridden by crime.

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Crime novelist Elmore Leonard was known for his works ”Get Shorty” and “Out of Sight.”

Best-selling author Elmore Leonard dies at 87

Leonard’s novels were populated by pathetic schemers, clever con men, and casual killers.

The Brotherhood’s spiritual guide, Mohammed Badie, was arrested in an apartment at the eastern Cairo district of Nasr City.

Egypt arrests Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader

The arrest of spiritual guide Mohammed Badie deals a serious blow to the Islamist group.

“The stores need lots of tender love and care.” says Shaw’s and Star Market president Shane Sampson (left), with employee Byron Toney.


Shaw’s, Star Market face a long road back

Under new owners, the grocery chains are spiffing up tired stores, cutting prices, and adding inventory in a difficult bid to reverse falling sales.

Xander Bogaerts stretched before Monday’s Red Sox game in San Francisco.

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Red Sox’ future arrives in Xander Bogaerts

The 20-year-old promises speed, power, and range at shortstop, and he looks and sounds like he can handle the pressure.

Sam and Vivian Berman moved into Five Fields in Lexington 61 years ago; their son David now lives next door.

An era fades at Five Fields in Lexington

With more than 60 years gone by, two pairs of original settlers are departing the community, which was born of design and idealism.

Councilor at Large John Connolly’s campaign will get a cash infusion from Stand for Children, an education group based in Oregon that likes his positions on charter schools.

John Connolly campaign to get $500,000 push

The mayoral candidate will get a cash infusion from Stand for Children, an education group that likes his positions on charter schools.



//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/07/13/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Boghosian_14convention27_MET.jpg High cost of political exclusion

The state’s ethics rules need to be changed to help ensure a political class that is representative of the public.