auren Chooljian, a radio reporter, and Matt Baer, an MBA student, got married in September on a Christmas tree farm in New Hampshire. They went to great lengths to make family and friends feel special.

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A radio reporter gets married on a Christmas tree farm

From the engagement to the favors, one New Hampshire couple keeps their wedding fun, festive, and very personal.

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Chris Gasper welcomes Dan Shaughnessy to talk about the Celtics? four-game losing streak and chaos in Cleveland.

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Meryl Streep starring in season 2 of ?Big Little Lies?

Meryl Streep will play Mary Louise Wright, the mother-in-law to Nicole Kidman?s character, Celeste.

The interior of the Shotgun House from the TV show ?Fixer Upper.?

Christopher Muther

In Waco, a chance to live inside a ?Fixer Upper? episode

Chip and Joanna Gaines and their ?Fixer Upper? empire have turned the previously sleepy Waco, Texas, into one of the country?s hottest up-and-coming tourist hot spots.


// Does Megyn Kelly really deserve this vitriol?

Liberals won?t forgive Megyn Kelly for her history as a Fox News host.

The Eagles defeated the Vikings on Sunday in the NFC Championship.

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Dan Shaughnessy

Philly fans? Terry Francona knows all about ?em

The former Red Sox manager, who also managed the Phillies, could not escape the wrath of Eagles fans as well.


// Even brotherly love has its limits

My deep love and appreciation of Philly and its people does not extend to wide-eyed, drunken, violent lunatics in Eagles jerseys.

// Bill Belichick was chatty today ? except about Gronk

?We?ll be compliant with the NFL?s injury report,? Belichick said when asked for an update on the tight end?s progress.

// Grumpy Cat owner awarded over $700,000 in lawsuit. (Cat still won?t smile)

It all began in 2013, when the owners of a beverage company struck a licensing deal to sell a line of iced coffees called ??Grumpy Cat Grumppuccino.??


// Going to Boston Calling? Jack White says no cellphones allowed

The rocker is promising a ?100% human experience.?

Judge to Nassar: ?I just signed your death warrant?

The judge sentenced the former USA Gymnastics doctor to 40 to 175 years for sexually assaulting scores of young women and girls.

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// Why doesn?t Mass. have a budget surplus by now?

With the economy humming along, the state?s finances should be in better shape.

// In budget, Baker tries again to move 140,000 off Medicaid

The budget also would start taxing people who use sites like Airbnb.

// Baker calls rollout of health insurance changes for state workers ?flawed?

Speaker DeLeo, meanwhile, said he is establishing a special committee to examine the controversial move.

Michael A. Cohen

// America?s never-ending gun violence

Gun violence usually rates a quick write-up in the local paper, but then is quickly forgotten.

Harvard University is nearly doubling its contribution toward new train service in Allston, disappointed with the state?s plans to delay the opening of a new commuter station there.

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Harvard ups financial commitment for West Station, calls for interim train stop in Allston

The university?s $58 million commitment comes in response to the state?s recent decision to delay a new West Station.

Nestor Ramos

// Residents of a tiny Maine town say they don?t share white nationalist?s views

The town of Jackman suddenly found itself in the center of a national controversy.


// Big Apple Circus?s Grandma admits to taking pornographic photos of 16-year-old

?The allegations are true,? Barry Lubin, who performed as Grandma the Clown, said in a statement to The New York Times.

// Four Americans killed, two injured in attack in Kabul

Four US citizens were killed and two others were wounded in the Taliban attack over the weekend on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul.

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// Despite its woes, GE must stay entrepreneurial

GE may be going the way of IBM, and that?s a shame.


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Abdulkader Hayani put his daughter Ameenah to bed.

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Carbon monoxide is invisible to the senses, and every year, the poison endangers thousands statewide. The top culprit? Your home heating system.