Man shot over dispute about parking space

A police officer walked down Nightingale Street, where a man was shot in the stomach over a parking space Monday.

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Boston police were seeking a 27-year-old suspect who allegedly shot another man in Dorchester.

The CEO of Bullhorn Inc. said the industrial conglomerate will lease his company?s 45,000-square-foot headquarters space at 33-41 Farnsworth St. to General electric.

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GE signs lease in Fort Point for temporary offices

The company has not revealed where it will locate its new Boston headquarters, but in the short term, it?s headed for Farnsworth Street.

// Quincy sewage facility blast injures five, officials say

The fire occurred at the Nut Island Headworks, part of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, according to a tweet from State Police.

Arrest warrant issued in Maverick Station shooting

The arrest warrant was issued for a 21-year-old East Boston man, Transit Police said.

Passengers at Davis Square were among those facing delays Monday morning on the Red Line.

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Bridge work plagues Red Line commute

Work on the Longfellow Bridge project can make minor delays into severe problems.

Megan Fitzpatrick used her cross-country skis to cross the road in Somerville on Sunday.

El Niño to remain powerful in New England

Forecasters say the outlook through April ?favors above-normal temperatures across much of the continental US.?

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// Is it time for President Mike Bloomberg?

The former New York mayor is reportedly weighing the odds and planning to make a final decision by early March.

// Boston Fire Department swears in 50 new recruits

Marvin A. Alexander was aided by firefighters twice when he was a child. Now, he said, it?s his turn.

AFC Championship: Broncos 20, Patriots 18

Broncos fans were rubbing it in as the Patriots went down to defeat in Denver.

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Sifting through the damage of a crushing Patriots loss

Takeaways from a wasted opportunity that should have ended with Tom Brady?s seventh trip to the Super Bowl.

// Patriots? Bryan Stork out-Belichicks Belichick

At the Patriots? ?bag day,? Stork wasn?t very interested in talking about Sunday?s AFC title game loss ? or anything else for that matter. He?s on to next year.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick discussed the AFC Championship game and more Monday morning.

After ?bittersweet? season, Bill Belichick right back at work

The Patriots coach said Monday he?ll second-guess everything before setting a course for next season.

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@Large | Michael Andor Brodeur

Is Facebook listening to me?

A conspiracy theory is put to the test.


// Forcing the conversation on mental health

Changing a dysfunctional system requires action at every level: local, state, and federal.


Should they stay or should they go?

Do we make an economically unwise stretch to buy for the good schools, or do we move to a cheaper town?

// Sam Adams goes nitro with three new beers

Nitrogenization infuses nitrogen gas into beer, giving it a creamier, smoother texture.

// Where will this abandoned boat wash up next?

A motorboat found on the side of the road in Mattapoisett last week has been located on land once again ? this time in the Freetown State Forest.

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Ground Game

ground game

// The Patriots? loss is good news for some candidates

If the Patriots had defeated the Broncos, the New Hampshire primary would be known as the Super Bowl primary.

Globe investigations

// Globe investigations and Spotlight reports

A look at high-impact investigations from The Boston Globe, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning report on abuse in the Catholic Church.

The Big Picture

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Water crisis in Flint, Mich.

Thousands of residents in Michigan have been exposed to toxic amounts of lead, including about 9,000 children.

The story behind 'Spotlight'

// Boston Globe coverage and the movie ?Spotlight?

?Spotlight? is based on the stories and the reporters behind the investigation of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.



// Sentenai aims to connect ?Internet of things?

Rohit Gupta thinks that his new company could help big businesses harness the flood of data that?s coming.


John L. Allen Jr. | All Things Catholic

// Pope takes quieter path in opposing abortion, gay marriage

A pope?s impact is measured not just by what he says or does, but also by which impulses in Catholicism rise or fall on his watch.

Globe Insiders

Design New England

// Home Sweets Home

Interior designer Holly Joe cooks up the love in her sophisticated yet cozy family house in Westwood.