City marks 3rd anniversary of Boston Marathon bombings

04152016 Boston Ma Governor Charlie Baker and his wife during Wreath Laying ceremoney on Boylston Street with members of the Cambpell Family to honor Marathon Bombing victims. .Boston Globe/Staff Photographer Jonathan Wiggs

Jonathan Wiggs/globe staff

Mayor Martin Walsh and Governor Charlie Baker participated in ceremonies on Boylston Street Friday.

// What a Duxbury father?s $246,000 win could mean for your college bill

Robert Murphy?s case was being watched nationally amid growing concern about escalating education debt.

// Why police haven?t found culprits in school robocalls

Dozens of schools throughout the state have received hoax bomb threats in a series of robocalls.

shirley leung

// Another tunnel doesn?t sound crazy to Seth Moulton

The congressman is breathing new life into a transportation pipe dream.

//[1].jpg A closer look at the Patriots? 2016 opponents

Taking a look around the league reveals how some of the rosters are already starting to take shape.

Hopkinton, MA - 04/20/15 - A group from Wayzata, Minnesota takes a souvenir picture in the Athlete's Village at the start in Hopkinton before the 2015 Boston Marathon. Lane Turner/Globe Staff Section: SPORTS Reporter: various Slug: race coverage

Lane Turner/Globe Staff

These seven types of runners will be at the Marathon

Author and runner Mark Remy helped us identify the competitors you may spot from Hopkinton to Boston on Monday.

// Cheating is no running joke at Boston Marathon

The watchdogs are determined to root out the illegitimate runners.

First Person | Globe Magazine

// Melissa Lynch?s food truck the Roving Lunchbox slings hand pies

Try her flaky hot Cornish pasties at the Spring Food Festival April 23 on the Greenway.


// Jason Aldean and Kid Rock to play Fenway Sept. 9

Yet another concert has been added to the already crowded summer calendar at Fenway Park.

04/11/2016 BOSTON Employees watched a slideshow during an office meeting at HourlyNerd (cq) in Boston. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

Scott Kirsner | Innovation Economy

Uber for MBAs is a worrying sign

These online expert networks could evolve into potent competition for some of the best-known management consulting firms.

// A mother?s depiction of daughter?s overdose touches thousands

The demons of opioid addiction finally claimed Kelsey Endicott. Her mother?s heart-rending response went viral.


// Highland Kitchen owners to reopen East Coast Grill

Highland Kitchen?s Mark Romano and his wife, Marci Joy, plan to reopen the landmark Inman Square space in the next few months.

// Biogen cuts CEO?s pay by 9.4 percent in 2015

George Scangos received $16.9 million in total compensation last year as the biotech company?s stock price declined.

// Help may be on the way at Westwood bridge that busts box trucks

The East Street Bridge is notorious for shearing the tops off of trucks, sending cargo into the air and across the road.

Overhaul planned for MassHealth insurance model

Without significant changes, administration officials say, the costs of MassHealth will continue to grow faster than state revenues.

// Your taxes aren?t due today

Procrastinators, take note: you can put off filing your taxes a few days longer.

// Why Verizon is finally offering cable TV competition in Boston

Several pieces had to come together for Verizon to decide to invest $300 million in fiber-optic lines.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate Thursday night in Brooklyn.


A heavy dose of disdain in Democratic debate

The only thing new from Thursday?s debate is how much the candidates genuinely don?t like each other.

Suspect identified in attempted murder of Salem police officer

Police warned that Jeremiah Wooden ?should be considered armed and extremely dangerous.?

Ground Game

ground game

// Biggest moments in the 9 Democratic debates

The matchup between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Brooklyn Thursday night may well have been their final one.

The Big Picture

Wild Chernobyl

What happens to the environment when humans disappear? Chernobyl, site of a nuclear disaster 30 years ago, gives us part of an answer.