Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital relocates
Patients, including Boston Marathon bombing victim Roseann Sdoia, were moved today to the facility’s new location in Charlestown.
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Federal investigators are building a case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as officials evaluate their response to the manhunt that resulted in his capture.
Opinion | Michael Craig Miller
One case is not going to satisfy our curiosity, but we do have an opportunity now to examine important and interesting evidence that is there for the taking.
For many area Muslims, the feeling of being besieged by scrutiny hasn’t lifted since the Marathon bombings.
The Patriots have traded running back Jeff Demps and the 229th overall pick in the draft to Tampa Bay for running back LeGarrette Blount.
The new facility, built on the site of the former Charlestown Navy Yard, is designed throughout to make life easier for patients with a variety of disabilities.
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A 1,000-mile Southern road trip offered sights, sounds, and tastes of both the Old South and what the region has become following Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill.
Organizers of an arts and culture festival in Newton said they were horrified to learn that the Marathon bombing suspects were from Russia.
Danny, a 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur, described his 90-minute abduction and escape from the Marathon bomb suspects in an exclusive interview with the Globe.
The 26-year-old deserves Boston’s praise and thanks because his calm under pressure may well have prevented further tragedies.
New England used the 102d overall pick on receiver Josh Boyce out of Texas Christian.
James “Whitey” Bulger made his first public appearance in months, before a new judge at the South Boston courthouse.
President Obama assailed conservatives who have sought to restrict access to abortion and contraception, saying “you want to make sure you’re still living in 2013.”
A rusted 5-foot-tall piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the hijacked planes has been discovered near the World Trade Center.
The FAA has suspended all employee furloughs and says air traffic facilities will begin returning to regular staffing levels.