Protesters arrested at Greenway

About 100 people were arrested, Commissioner Edward F. Davis said.  According to police, no protesters or police were injured.

Matthew J. Lee/ Globe Staff

Boston police moved in and began arresting scores of Occupy Boston protesters who refused to leave a large part of the Rose Kennedy Greenway early today.

Walmart grocery stores push north

Walmart Neighborhood Market wants to make its debut in the Northeast in Somerville, promising rock-bottom prices to a region with some of the nation’s highest grocery costs.

Recalling 4 killings, Mattapan seeks change

A dozen unlit candles were placed on Woolson Street in Mattapan last week to mark the one-year anniversary of the gruesome quadruple killings that shook the city.

Defense lobbyists warn cuts threaten Mass. jobs

Defense lobbyists are packing a potent weapon in the battle to protect their industry: a warning that more cuts to the Pentagon budget will cost jobs.

Warren, Brown fill their coffers

Elizabeth Warren has raised $3.15 million for her US Senate bid, double what GOP Senator Scott Brown raised over the same reporting period, according to figures.

Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

N.H. colleges turn primary into students’ learning lab

Local colleges have made the primary part of their curriculum, offering primary-related classes, encouraging hands-on internships, and bringing candidates to campus.


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Another Lantigua recall effort begins

Opponents of Mayor William Lantigua of Lawrence have launched a second recall effort two months after the initial attempt to place an item on the ballot fell short.


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Gateway to enhance Back Bay park entry

Developer Simon Property Group and area residents are discussing construction of a glass gateway or public art display that would boldly announce the entrance to Southwest Corridor Park.


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A divided Congress taking up bills on jobs, China

Congress is embarking on a flurry of votes to show it is trying to do something about creating jobs. The prospects for legislative success, however, are spotty.


SIRTE, LIBYA - OCTOBER 8: National Transitional Council (NTC) fighters take part in a street battle in the 700 complex area of

Libyan official: Khadafy hiding in southern desert

Amid speculation about Khadafy’s whereabouts, an official said he believes the deposed leader is in southern Libya but is not being protected by the Tuareg ethnic group.


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Bruins edged out by Avalanche

The Bruins’ 1-0 loss to the Avalanche served as the smack-in-the-face reminder that the wrong approach often translates to the wrong result.


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Art as smorgasbord

The MFA seeks serendipity with its “Mixed Taste” series, taking two wildly unrelated topics, mashing them up, and hoping for the best.


“Another visible tipping point of the Charles is the wildlife. The river now hosts otters, beavers, fishers, herons, hawks, herring, and migrating loons.”

Derrick Z. Jackson