38 Studios troubled for months

Curt Schilling told a talk show Friday that his company collapsed suddenly, but public records show it was struggling for months before its demise last month.

 Jerry Sandusky was taken to jail after Friday night’s guilty verdict.

Sandusky found guilty on 45 abuse counts

Jerry Sandusky faces life in prison at sentencing, which is expected to take place in about three months.

Unemployment benefits period cut

Unemployed Massachusetts workers will receive a maximum of 60 weeks of benefits, down from 73 in February, as a result of the state’s declining jobless rate.

Potentially toxic algae bloom starts early in Charles River

Blue-green algae blooming on portions of the lower Charles River has the potential to release toxins harmful to people and dogs.

New safeguards in place for swimming pools after drowning

State officials have overhauled operations at two dozen deep-water swimming pools, one year after a Fall River woman drowned in nearly opaque water.

Museum of Fine Arts and Red Sox collaborate on photo exhibition

The MFA conceived “Grandstand to Gallery,” a six-picture show running from July 18 to Oct. 3, in honor of Fenway Park’s centennial.

The Zoorasic Park exhibit at the Franklin Park Zoo.

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Franklin Park Zoo unleashes animatronic dinosaurs

For the next few months, Franklin Park is one of the few zoos where you can also see dinosaurs, thanks to its Zoorassic Park exhibit.

Backpacks, pens, and building materials are often left over from events at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

Convention center looks for ways to repurpose leftover ‘swag’

Under a two-year-old program run by the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, companies participating in convention events can donate unwanted promotional items.

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A handshake across a chasm of hate

A handshake between former IRA leader Martin McGuinness and Queen Elizabeth II is a reminder of how history moves in real time, despite its tendency to repeat itself.


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Will Middlebrooks plays as Kevin Youkilis sits

The days of trying to wedge two third basemen into the same lineup and playing Adrian Gonzalez in right field appear to be over for the Red Sox.


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Lenders must have paperwork to foreclose, SJC rules

The Supreme Judicial Court ruled that lenders must have proper paperwork when completing foreclosures, but the decision doesn’t apply to seizures that have already taken place.


 President Obama addressed a conference of Latino officeholders Friday, as polls indicated support for him among Hispanics was rising since his announcement of a policy shift.

Obama rips GOP at Latino meeting

President Obama aimed at Republican opposition to immigration reform on Friday and trumpeted his steps to make it easier for the children of illegal immigrants to stay in the country legally.

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The new guest at weddings: inescapable technology

Couples are live-streaming their nuptials so far-flung friends and relatives can watch, which brings time zones, tech, and, of course, more tension into the equation.