Some on council favor detectives? arbitration award

At least three councilors have stated they plan to vote in favor of the measure, which grants detectives a 29 percent raise over six years.

// Local NAACP calls for ouster of Boston Latin headmaster

Lynne Mooney Teta failed students with her handling of racist comments, branch president Michael Curry said.

A woman identifying herself as Carol walked on Pleasant Street in the Flint neighborhood of Fall River. She said drug dealing is common in the area and she does not like to go out.

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Fall River gets assistance to confront an old foe: heroin

The opioid epidemic has seized the public?s attention in Mass., but heroin has been the drug of choice for decades here.

// EPA forcing towns to clean up Charles River

Next month, the federal agency will require sweeping local measures to curb pollution in the river.

Donald Trump spoke during a campaign rally in Atlanta.

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Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

Does Trump?s success prove that we?ve become anti-immigrant?

Has the United States, once a bastion of hope to the world?s most desperate, become a society on lock-down?

// Donald Trump?s success worries GOP governors

Republican governors hinted at a coordinated response to limit collateral damage caused by a Trump candidacy.

// Will the battle for the South decide both nominating contests?

The presidential race entered a new phase of states that will be covered by airplanes, not buses.

// Teen dead after Dorchester stabbing

A 16-year-old died late Sunday after he was attacked in broad daylight on a busy street.

Police, firefighters, and volunteers removed bodies through the rear of the Cocoanut Grove nightclub, where almost 500 people died in a fire.

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Gripping tale of Cocoanut Grove fire to appear on local stage

Decades after the tragedy, a Texan will present a drama on the notorious blaze.

// Police seek motive behind Kalamazoo shootings

Suspect Jason Dalton, 45, never showed signs of violence, his neighbors said.


// Pablo Sandoval could be a really big problem

Sandoval smiled and talked a lot about winning, but he didn?t give fans what they likely wanted to hear.

// In Colo., a look at life after marijuana legalization

In November, Massachusetts voters are likely to consider a ballot question legalizing recreational marijuana.

Adrian Walker

//[1]-10978.jpg Boston activists make a statement with Flint water effort

Hundreds of gallons were sent to Michigan to help alleviate a city?s drinking water crisis.

Sammy Adams got help from Rob Gronkowski during the rapper?s set.

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Fun and games aboard Rob Gronkowski?s cruise

Norwegian Cruise Line?s Pearl was re-christened Gronk?s Party Ship for the voyage from Miami to the Bahamas.

// Camille Cosby set for Monday deposition in Springfield

Bill Cosby?s wife is scheduled to sit for a morning deposition at a local hotel after a weekend of legal wrangling in a defamation lawsuit.

// 106-year-old woman meets the Obamas, and a dance party ensues

One woman was so excited to meet the Obamas, she couldn?t help but boogie down.

Ground Game

// Five ways the South Carolina primary is different from Iowa, N.H.

Republicans will hold their presidential primary Saturday in a state where they must navigate an entirely different political landscape.

The Big Picture

Riot police officers try to close the gate to lock supporters of Kizza Besigye, the leader of the main opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and the main opposition candidateate, inside Besigye?s party headquarters in Kampala, Uganda, Feb. 19. Ugandan police on Feb. 19 stormed Besigye?s party headquarters and arrested him. Police also fired tear gas and arrested some of his supporters who took to the streets. Preliminary result by Electoral Commission shows incumbent President Yoweri Museveni taking a lead over his main opponent.

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Elections in Uganda

Voting continued for a second day in Uganda amid riots and frustration during the presidential election.

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.


Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

// Why entrepreneurs still bolt from Boston

The area must do a better job of retaining young entrepreneurs who feel the pull of California or New York.

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.


JOHN L. ALLEN JR. | All things catholic

// Pope takes classic Vatican approach to Zika virus

Pope Francis suggested he?s open to the idea of artificial birth control as a means of combatting the spread of the Zika virus, while taking abortion off the table.