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Review finds 10,000 affected by drug lab scandal

The number of people who have been prosecuted using evidence tested by former chemist Annie Dookhan now stands at 10,000.

// Menino’s diabetes likely triggered by multiple conditions, doctor says

Mayor Thomas M. Menino had several medical problems that likely brought on his diabetes, one of his doctors said.

Powerball jackpot jumps to $500m

Massachusetts had already sold nearly $1m in tickets by midday Tuesday, and lottery officials expect even higher sales this evening as people chase the record jackpot.

Officials determining if Quincy, Hanson fires were arson

The latest blazes involved two unoccupied buildings and may be linked to a string of arson fires in at least six communities in recent weeks.

An image from Kinfolk, a food quarterly headquartered in Portland, Ore., which focuses on homey and outdoorsy dining and living.

Hilda Grahnat

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The unstyled look of hipster food magazines

The latest trendy food and lifestyle magazines are driven by a desire to exist outside the mainstream food world and all that goes with it.

Shurrasco (a shredded beef mixture) quesadilla.

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Somerville eatery makes much of the humble spud

PotatoFreak is tucked away in Cobble Hill Plaza, a small strip mall a few miles and light years from Union Square. But they can really turn out a spud.

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// Boston changes, but French-inspired Mistral remains constant

The food at Mistral always meets a certain standard, and the menu features many of the dishes it has for years.

Barnstable running back Hayden Murphy ran behind his blockers into the Lincoln-Sudbury secondary.

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Barnstable stays the course against Lincoln-Sudbury

A year ago, Barnstable led Lincoln-Sudbury at halftime but lost their semifinal game. This year, the Red Raiders coasted to a 28-7 win for their first Super Bowl berth since 1995.


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David and Susan Axelrod and their daughter, Lauren, who was afflicted with epilepsy from infancy into adolescence before a medication was found to treat the seizures.

Axelrods focus on strategizing against epilepsy

David Axelrod and his wife, Susan, will be in Boston to cochair a fund-raiser for CURE, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy.