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Patrick signs $32.5 billion budget

Governor Deval Patrick vetoed $32.1 million in spending, including the Legislature’s efforts to keep open 45 beds at Taunton State Hospital.

Ernest Borgnine is shown in front of his home in the mountains above Hollywood, Calif., in this 1969 photo.

Oscar-winning film star Ernest Borgnine dies

The beefy screen star known for blustery, often villainous, roles, but who won the best-actor Oscar as a lovesick butcher in ‘‘Marty’’ in 1955, died Sunday at 95.

Egypt: President orders dissolved parliament back

Egypt’s president on Sunday ordered the Islamist-dominated parliament to reconvene in defiance of a military decree dissolving the legislature last month.

State Rep. Carlos Henriquez arrested

The Dorchester state representative was arrested this morning on domestic assault charges after an altercation with a woman inside his vehicle in the South End, police said.

Roger Federer rebounded from a first-set loss to Andy Murray to win his seventh Wimbledon title.

Federer wins seventh Wimbledon title

Roger Federer rebounded from a first-set loss against Andy Murray to win a record-tying seventh Wimbledon title and his 17th Grand Slam championship.

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Opinion | Jeremy D. Goodwin

Lenox’s Music Inn was jazz’s secret hotspot

As Tanglewood trumpets its 75th anniversary, there’s little to note the remarkable musical legacy of its hip neighbor in Lenox, where jazz history was once made.

 The June opening of a Boston Society of Architects bike exhibition drew hundreds of enthusiastic cyclists.

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Biking to the future in Boston

Cycling fervor is on the rise around Boston, and so are plans for new paths and bridges. But will it be enough to persuade a quarter of residents to ditch their cars and become two-wheeled commuters?

Art Review

// Mass MoCA show shines light on Canadian artists

“Oh, Canada,” a survey of contemporary Canadian art that sprawls across large swaths of the Mass MoCA in North Adams, is a revelation.

The Rangers have been the most balanced team in the game, with starting pitching, bullpen, hitting, power, and defense.

Sunday Baseball Notes

Handing out MLB’s midseason bests, worsts

The first half of the baseball season is over and its time to hand out some accolades and demerits.


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Avery Bradley emerged this past season as an effective shooting guard but was limited by shoulder injuries.

Avery Bradley could be out until December

The Celtics shooting guard will have surgery on his right shoulder on Tuesday after surgery on his left shoulder last month, meaning he may not play until mid-December.


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Rodney Peterson, co-headmaster at one of Boston’s exam schools, was charged last year with assaulting his wife, Dee Griffin Peterson. He was sentenced to a year of probation.

After headmaster’s arrest, Johnson failed to act

Boston School Superintendent Carol Johnson is facing fire for backing and not suspending one of her headmasters who was arrested and briefly jailed on a domestic assault charge.


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Joe Strummer of The Clash at the Palladium in New York City on March 30, 1980.

New rock films document Neil Young solo, Clash breakup

Rock ’n’ roll artists, as we all know, can take dramatically different paths. Two new rock movies open this week, illustrating just how strangely divergent these paths can be.