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Several suffer critical injuries in Arborway crash

The Arborway has been shut down between the Shea Rotary and Centre Street in Jamaica Plain after a multi-vehicle crash left several teenagers with life-threatening injuries, State Police said.

Part of the Jamaica Plain road was shut down after a multi-vehicle crash.

// Syria’s chemical weapon stockpile barely dented, Power says

Samantha Power, the US ambassador to the UN, said Syrian President Bashar Assad has “an enormous stockpile’’ of chemical weapons.

Officials weigh in on St. Patrick’s Day breakfast flap

Elected officials and Boston mayoral candidates reacted to the questions raised over Linda Dorcena-Forry hosting the annual event.

Members of the Shir Hadash congregation took part in a Tashlich service on Rosh Hashanah, symbolically casting away sins by throwing bread into moving water, at the pedestrian bridge over the Charles River at Albemarle Street in Newton.

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Shir Hadash congregation members symbolically cast away sins by throwing bread into the Charles River on Rosh Hashanah, and more of the week’s best images.

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Plenty of firefighters, but where are the fires?

As ”emergency” changes its meaning, some critics are arguing it’s time to revisit a century-old system.

// Aaron Hernandez pleads not guilty

Hernandez will continue to be held without bail after he pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges.

The Notch Train, operated by New Hampshire’s Conway Scenic Railroad, delights day-trippers.

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10 vintage railroad rides in New England

Climb aboard for a unique way to soak in the fall foliage.

While the cast around him may change, Tom Brady will again be at the center of the Patriots roster in 2013.

Roster analysis

Meet the 2013 Patriots

This may be the most question-filled roster the Patriots have brought into a new season in several years.



// Governor Deval Patrick, chart a new course

There’s a growing sense that inertia has set in, that the governor is bored with the job and just marking the days until his term is over.

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A screen print from Andy Warhol’s “Flash — November 22, 1963” (1968).

Pop provided a perfect vehicle to explore JFK assassination

Andy Warhol’s screen prints form the Pop centerpiece of “Flash – November 22, 1963, ” a 50th-anniversary exhibit about John F. Kennedy’s assassination.