Rape case shows challenge of tracking sex offenders

Man accused in Arlington rape may have listed one address with police but stayed at another.

UnitedHealthcare to cut doctors for Mass. seniors

The insurance giant plans to cut up to 700 physicians from its network as a way to control costs, company officials said.

Tracy Morgan appeared backstage before

Tracy Morgan critically injured in N.J. crash

The actor and comedian was aboard a limo bus involved in a 6-vehicle highway crash early Saturday, according to New Jersey State Police.

Police investigated the scene where a man was fatally shot on the Dorchester street where Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s mother lives.

Man fatally shot on motorcycle near home of mayor’s mother

The man crashed his motorcycle after he was shot on the street where Mayor Walsh’s mother lives, police and neighbors said.

Officials seek help identifying body found on beach

The body, found wrapped in a tarp, was missing its head, arms, and legs, and was affixed to a moving dolly, officials said.

The Boston Convention & Exposition Center.

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Convention center funding cut over concerns of deal

The $110 million was eliminated amid claims that it was a hidden subsidy to build a towering hotel near the facility.

Secretariat took the final turn at Belmont Park, cementing the Triple Crown in 1973.

Triple Crown

Why the third time is rarely the charm

In Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, California Chrome will have to outrun not only 10 rivals but history, too.

A.J. Pierzynski shows his frustration after grounding out to end the sixth inning. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)


Red Sox are ‘tired of losing’

Being streaky is the team’s only consistent trait this year.

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Data released last week provide insight into the demographics of students who use massive open online courses.

Tourists should find it easier to follow the historic Freedom Trail with the new thermoplastic strips.

Freedom Trail red line gets durable makeover

A new thermoplastic treatment, which replaces the painted red line, can last up to eight years — even in New England conditions.


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Car service Uber raises $1.2 billion

The car service received $1.2 billion from three Boston investment firms, making it one of the wealthiest tech startups in the world.


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Love Letters

Religious commitment

Couple’s future does not appear to have a prayer if she will not share in his religious faith.