Conventioneers’ credit card data stolen in Boston

Hundreds of attendees at two large conventions this fall have reported that their credit card information was stolen and used to purchase goods.

5 years later, life brighter for victims of Madoff

Bernard Madoff ’s $65 billion investment swindle destroyed paper fortunes and leveled charities, but many have risen from the ashes.

Michele and Bob Gay have re-created Joey’s room in their new home in a Boston suburb.

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The time fraught with pain, Newtown couple perseveres

Nearly a year after the tragedy, the effort to not get dragged down by grief or anger takes many forms for Michele and Bob Gay.

// Katherine Clark to succeed Edward Markey in House

The Democrat won in a lightly contested special election that drew the lowest voter turnout of any recent US House race in Mass.

Snowy owls are drawn to the low, flat land around Logan.

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Logan Airport leads the way on snowy owl issue

New York’s airports are now taking a cue from Logan and catching and releasing the birds, rather than shooting them.

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// Brokering peace with a cannoli casino summit

East Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina and Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo were brought together to ease tensions over a Revere-only Suffolk Downs casino.

// Site creates new marketplace for homeless artists

Boston-area artists who have barely eked out a living by selling their creations on street corners and at craft fairs now have an online marketplace.

Actors and child actors performed in “No Rest for the Wicked Funny,” a 24-hour show to benefit Globe Santa at Improv Asylum in Boston. The event raised more than $39,000.

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Salem Snowball to benefit Globe Santa

About 150 people will gather inside the Hawthorne Hotel Friday for the annual Salem Snowball gala benefiting Globe Santa.



// Getting the job done

With Quincy’s $1.6 billion redevelopment at risk, building trade unions must step up.