Suspect in N.H. shooting found dead

Armed police officers on Post Road in Greenland, N.H.

Aram Boghosian for the boston globe

The man who shot five police officers, wounding four and killing the police chief of Greenland, N.H., was found dead inside his home early today.

Start-ups squeezed out of Kendall Square

Increasingly the companies that helped make Kendall Square a fulcrum of the region’s innovation economy are being priced out of the crowded district by soaring rents.

A remarkable renewal in Kenmore Square, the Fenway

As Fenway Park turns 100, development in the area surrounding the stadium is finally coming into its own.


A 26.2-mile meditation

On Monday I will run the Boston marathon again. The rewards are entirely, even pathologically, personal and internal.

NHL Playoffs: Game 1 | Bruins 1, capitals 0 in OT

Bruins win playoff opener

Chris Kelly ripped a slap shot over rookie goalie Braden Holtby at 1:18 of overtime to give the Bruins a 1-0 Game 1 win at TD Garden.

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Artist brings Green Monster out of left field, into homes

M-C Lamarre has painted replica Green Monsters in basements, back yards, and on a barn, bringing a piece of Boston folklore to fans across Red Sox Nation.

As Red Sox sputter early, sellout streak in jeopardy

Ticket sales have slowed following the team’s collapse last September and poor start to this season, threatening the longest sellout streak in baseball history.

‘Swift Boat’ donor throws big money behind Romney

Houston home-building magnate Bob Perry has doled out $80 million to political candidates and committees over the last decade, including $4 million to the super PAC supporting Mitt Romney.

Mehanna gets more than 17 years in jail

Tarek Mehanna, the Sudbury man convicted in December of supporting Al Qaeda, was sentenced in federal court after delivering a defiant speech.


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 Jussara Sequeira, Donna Pomponio, and Neomi Nunez of Notre Dame Education Center were among those who gathered on Boston Common to protest a state Senate bill likened to Florida’s ‘‘stand your ground’’ law, which has been criticized since the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.

Activists urge defeat of deadly force bill

Protesters on Boston Common likened Senate Bill 661 to Florida’s ‘‘stand your ground’’ law, which has been criticized since the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.


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Putting brakes on stuck pedals

New federal regulations may require cars and light trucks to have override systems to prevent unintended acceleration when the gas pedal and brake are applied at the same time.


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Kelly shocked by best shot

If anything, Chris Kelly figured his shot was tipped, or deflected, or that something had sent it flying in a direction he hadn’t intended.