Patrick to earn $7,500 per day when traveling for Olympic bid

Former Governor Deval Patrick.

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Six of Boston 2024?s 10 salaried employees will make more than $100,000 a year, according to data released by the group.

The Walsh administration Monday issued a ?request for ideas? to re-imagine City Hall Plaza.

Have ideas for City Hall Plaza? Mayor Walsh wants to know

The Walsh administration Monday issued a ?request for ideas? to re-imagine City Hall Plaza.

// Want a Maine inn? You?re just an essay contest away

Wanted: new owner for a classic inn. Experience: whatever you?ve got. Requirements: 200 words of persuasion.

The MBTA?s outlays are in line with those of other large public transit systems around the country.

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The MBTA?s spending paradox

Spending at the troubled MBTA is in line with other public transit systems, but that may be more than lawmakers and the public will abide.

// Apple Watch starts at $349 and jumps up to $10,000

Industry watchers are eager to see if Apple?s version will be the tipping point for the sluggish smartwatch market.


// Why do friends keep asking when we?re having another child?

There is no single ?right? number of children. Zero is the right number for some people. One is right for others.

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Open offices seem great ? until you work in one

For years, this favored style of architects and CEOs has reigned supreme. Could that finally be changing?

// Red Sox? Allen Craig is hoping to regain his form

The plan is to give Craig reps in the outfield, at first base, and at DH, but that may not add up to a lot of at-bats.

Go ahead, doze off for a few.

Missing that hour of sleep? It?s National Napping Day

A retired BU professor is behind the ?holiday? that falls on the Monday after daylight saving time sets in.

The Patriots declined to pick up the $20 million option for cornerback Darrelle Revis. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section:sports topic:Patriots-Lions (1)

Patriots decline to pick up option on Revis, reports say

According to reports, the Patriots have declined the $20 million option, making Darrelle Revis a free agent.

Victory Programs had to shutter a facility when the city closed the Long Island bridge.

Grant to help relaunch drug treatment center for homeless women

The Boston Foundation grant will help Victory Programs search for a new facility after the closure of the Long Island Bridge.

Boston Marathon bombing trial

In this courtroom sketch, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, right, and defense attorney Judy Clarke are depicted watching evidence displayed on a monitor during his federal death penalty trial.

Images of Tsarnaevs with backpacks shown to jurors

The evidence collected by the FBI showed the brothers arriving in front of 867 Boylston St. the day of the bombing, and then parting ways.

Skier plunges 60 feet to death during N.H. fund-raiser

The 34-year-old skier was participating in a Make-A-Wish fund-raiser and lost control on a trail.

// Former English High official was living ?double life,? Walsh says

Police said that since the shooting, police have recovered six firearms allegedly connected to the Rev. Shaun Harrison or his allies.

Defense attorney Michael Fee questioned babysitter Jennifer Fortier during the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez.

Babysitter testifies at Aaron Hernandez trial

Evidence shows an alleged Hernandez accomplice use a cellphone provided by the babysitter of Hernandez?s child hours before the murder.

Police make arrest in carjacking of vehicle with 4-year-old inside

Ronald Smoot could face charges of kidnapping, car theft, and carjacking, police said.

Skyhook and Google settle a long-running lawsuit

The Boston-based Wi-Fi company?s suit involved claims that Google illegally used its cell phone location technology.

Marathon trial podcast

// Day 2: Icons of the bombing take the stand

This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.


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// Why does Turkey continue to deny Armenian genocide?

For nearly a century, Turkish leaders have worked fanatically to falsify the historical record.

The Big Picture

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Big Picture

Return to Selma

A contingent from Boston made their way to Selma, Ala., on a 25-hour bus ride to retrace the steps of those who marched over the Edmund Pettus Bridge 50 years ago.