Mitt Romney’s run evokes pride, fear in Mormons

With Romney steps away from a presidential nomination, Mormons have a nagging fear that their beliefs will again be subjected to scrutiny on a national scale.

Vertex shares plunge on data error from clinical trial

Shares fell more than 18 percent after the company said interim data for a cystic fibrosis treatment was incorrect.

Former House speak Tom Finneran.

Former House speaker Tom Finneran leaving radio show

Finneran is leaving his morning talk show on radio station WRKO-AM after five years.

Health cost issue divides former allies in Mass.

The state’s largest business groups, which came together for the 2006 health care law, are now divided over how to handle health costs.

Trial of Haverhill teen is first under texting while driving law

The teenager is the first person to be prosecuted for motor vehicle homicide under a state law that made it a crime to drive and text.

New Englanders flocked to Bass River Beach in South Yarmouth and other beaches on the Cape on Monday.


Busy weekend on Cape raises hopes for summer

On a sun-splashed holiday weekend, New Englanders flocked to coastal towns in droves, giving hotel and shop owners a welcome sign for the season ahead.

// Gaming Company.JPEG-09498-1725--90x90.jpg Curt Schilling blames R.I. officials for company’s failure

The former Red Sox pitcher said the state did not deliver on promises for his 38 Studios video game company.

When Celtics coach Doc Rivers was asked if his team deserved all five technicals, he said, “I know mine wasn’t. I can tell you that much. I don’t know how long I’ve been in the league, but that has to rank as the worst I’ve ever had. I would love to have earned it.’’

Dan Shaughnessy | Heat 93, Celtics 79

Celtics fans should stop crying about refs

Green Teamers and talk-show callers will say the five technicals contributed to the Celtics’ loss, but the truth is, they were overwhelmed.

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The broke generation

Boston’s millennials say between the high cost of living and student loan debt they are barely scraping by. Why that’s bad for all of us.


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Red Sox 7, Tigers 4

Red Sox closer Alfredo Aceves fist bumped catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia after closing out the Tigers.

Missed call helps Red Sox beat Tigers

The Tigers left angry after a errant call led to three Red Sox runs as Boston once again climbed back to .500.


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Stage Review

Sabrina Dennison and Jacqueline Emmart are featured in “Love Person,’’ presented by Company One.

Connections, lost and found, in ‘Love Person’

Like love itself, the play, which is is getting its Boston premiere from Company One, is a bit of a mess. But that doesn’t mean you want to do without it.