Boston?s vulnerable youth wrestle problems away

Boston, MA - 2/14/2016 - Boston Youth Wrestling's Kayla Lee, a seventh grader, sized up her opponent during a wrestling meet at Madison Park High School in Boston, MA February 14, 2016. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Topic: wrestling Reporter:

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The privately funded initiative gives students a way to channel aggression and learn the values of teamwork.

// The South Station tower plan lives... again

A new investor and an impending deadline are combining to kick-start a long-stalled tower proposed for above South Station.

State Senate approves charter bill

The bill would give advocates the chance to open more charter schools in Boston and other low-performing districts.

// Gay business group rescinds Charlie Baker?s honor

The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce objected to Baker?s plan to speak at a conservative conference.

// GOP can use federal funds to aid Baker, regulators say

Critics say the ruling challenges the state?s ability to control political campaign funding.

Adrian Walker

//[1]-10622.jpg Decades of Lexington students remember their beloved ?Mrs. P.?

Sandi Peaslee was a force of nature who taught music at Lexington High School for 30 years.

//,metro,Taylor_009.jpg Activists disrupt Newton forum on prejudice

The forum followed a spate of anti-Semitic and racist incidents in the city?s schools in recent months.

Steve Wynn stood in front of a model of his planned Everett casino.


?Nobody likes being around poor people,? Steve Wynn reportedly says

The founder of Wynn Resorts, who plans to build a $2 billion resort casino in Everett, may have just put his foot in his mouth.

// St. George?s administrator on leave after allegations of ?boundary issues?

A top administrator at St. George?s School has been put on paid leave because of allegations of ?boundary issues? in the 1990s.

Supporters awaited the arrival of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Grumman Studios before a rally in Bethpage, Long Island, on Wednesday.



Trump rally oozes fear, anxiety, and paranoia

There was an electricity and energy that channeled the bygone era of George Wallace.

// Trump looks to N.Y. to get his campaign back on track

The real estate mogul turned GOP presidential hopeful looks to re-boot his campaign in his home state.


// How the Republicans painted themselves into this corner

Republicans have spent years nurturing the extremism for which Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are merely the next logical step.

// Josh Titus, well-known basketball inspiration from Maine, dies at 25

Titus, an autistic man who inspired people nationwide with his performance in a high school basketball game seven years ago, has died.


// Will these weather extremes damage my plants?

Award-winning garden columnist Carol Stocker digs deep for questions on weather extremes, cedar woes, and weed barriers.

Author Dan Lyons signed books at the launch party for

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HubSpot book author said he would have given manuscript to company

?I think that would have been the easiest way to get it,? Dan Lyons said. ?I don?t why all the cloak and dagger.?


// Bruins coach Claude Julien pushes the negativity aside

In a de facto playoff game, Julien had his Bruins revved from the start against Detroit.

// Trent Harmon crowned winner in the final ?American Idol?

If you watched the last episode of ?American Idol? on Thursday night, you got a refresher course in 15 seasons of contestants.