Regulator has link to firm implicated in outbreak

The Framingham pharmacy at the heart of the meningitis outbreak has a link to a board member and former president of the state agency that regulates pharmacies.

A steroid formulated by a Framingham firm is linked to a meningitis outbreak.

Doctors split on value of low-back injections

The discovery that a potentially tainted drug is linked to 119 cases of meningitis nationwide has fueled debate about use of the back-pain treatment.

Elizabeth Warren embraced Tom McGrath of Pipefitters Local 537 in Boston. Senator Scott Brown received the endorsement of Christine Todd Whitman, former Republican governor of New Jersey.


Brown, Warren focus on Boston media market

A Boston Globe analysis of the public schedules for Senator Brown and Elizabeth Warren shows that the biggest losers are Western Mass. voters.

Future seniors may see benefits tied to means testing

Millions of future seniors will probably end up paying more, or getting fewer benefits — no matter who wins the White House.

Some are challenging the BRA’s efforts to bring a restaurant to the end of Long Wharf.


Development plan pits North End residents vs. officials

The state’s highest court has agreed to decide whether a waterfront perch at the tip of Boston’s Long Wharf can be run by a private business without legislative approval.

Brian McGrory

Couple still awaiting a happy ending

Harvard Square fixture Dennis ­Coveney and his wife, Kelly, are struggling to find shelter through a Byzantine web of social service agencies.

Partners’ financial health turns on complex plans

With $7.5 billion in assets under its watch — more than most community banks — Partners HealthCare feels the swerves of the stock market in a big way.

If you remember the night Tony Conigliaro was struck, you probably remember something else from that time.

Dan Shaughnessy

Sports people always remember

Maybe it’s a guy thing. Maybe it’s a sports thing. But I always have connected important life passages with things that were going on in sports.

Since the bump in prize money, thoroughbred breeder George Brown’s farm has gotten plenty of calls from aspiring racehorse owners.

Mass. gaming act gives horse racing prize boost

The new state gaming act stipulates that a portion of gambling revenues be used to increase purses and boost bonuses for Mass. horse owners and breeders.


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Patriot receivers — including Brandon Lloyd here — had a good day catching and blocking.

No-huddle offense caught up to the Patriots

New England looked very tired in the final quarter-plus of their win over the Broncos, as the first-half pace took a self-inflicted toll.

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