A quiet deal done on Boston’s last frontier

Developer Joe Fallon brought buildings and jobs to Fan Pier where others could not. But that doesn’t explain his no bid rights to another Seaport parcel.

Drunken-driving arrests becoming rare in Boston

Police last year made 241 drunken driving arrests, a sharp decline from recent years and far fewer than in cities of similar size.

Some of Mark Rappaport’s film materials are stored in the office of Ray Carney’s lawyer.


BU caught in middle as filmmaker, professor feud

A battle over a movie archive between filmmaker Mark Rappaport and professor Ray Carney is getting stranger by the day.

Bill Walczak jumps into race for Boston mayor

The community organizer becomes the fifth major declared candidate in the race to replace Mayor Menino.

What money can’t buy: a break from nature’s fury

Scouring seas were closing in on a Chappaquiddick mansion. The owner is now moving it all — but to what end?

House falling into the sea

A Chappaquiddick homeowner fights to save his mansion.

Drone manufacturers struggle for acceptance

The domestic drone industry is trying to purge the word “drone’’ and its lethal connotations from the lexicon — an effort that is failing dismally.

Christopher L. Gasper

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If a week from Sunday Woods is donning the famed green jacket as the Masters champion for a fifth time, he is indisputably back, like him or not.

Fay Donohue, Susan Windham-Bannister, and Helene Solomon.

Career-defining moments of three top women executives

The Globe asked women business leaders to recount the decisions that made their careers.


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Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 0

Catcher David Ross, third baseman Will Middlebrooks, and manager John Farrell surround John Lackey after he hurt his biceps in the fifth inning.

John Lackey strains biceps in Red Sox loss

The Red Sox starter left in the fifth inning of the 5-0 loss. Lackey will return to Boston Sunday for an MRI on his arm.

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No matter how the fans are feeling about the Red Sox, devotees fill Fenway excited to cheer on the home team for the first game of each year.