Annie Dookhan pursued renown along a path of lies

The former chemist finally found fame, as scandal engulfed the state drug lab.

On Super Bowl Sunday, local fans can only sulk

Boston sports fans used to be connoisseurs of losing, then of winning. Now, the championships we didn’t win haunt us.

State may miss deadline to issue medical marijuana rules

State health officials say the complexity of the issue has proven so daunting that they are unlikely to have final regulations ready for May 1.

Professor Jonathan Garlick and his co-teacher, Lara Park, got into the groove at a recent class.

Tufts professor turns to rap to reach students

Students say the rapping of science professor Jonathan Garlick helps hammer home the subject matter.

Rescue personnel aided a passenger hurt in the bus crash on Soldiers Field Road.


34 injured as charter bus strikes overpass

A bus carrying Pennsylvania high school students crashed as it attempted to drive under an overpass in Boston and left dozens of passengers injured, four seriously.

Dr. Gerard Hayes, who specializes in pulmonary and critical care, monitors patients remotely from the “e-ICU” command center in Westwood. Video screens show patients in Steward hospital intensive care units from Methuen to Fall River.

Steward reshapes Mass. health care business

Steward Health Care System says it is forging a lower-cost “community care” model, drawing patients from expensive Boston teaching hospitals.

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and Ravens coach John Harbaugh.

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Harbaughs make family history in Super Bowl

Not many folks were aware of Ravens coach John Harbaugh and his brother, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh. Sunday night, everything changes.

Bertil Hult, founder of EF Education First, in front of a piece of the Berlin Wall at the company’s Cambridge office. EF is doubling the size of its Cambridge campus.

Education First aims to bridge barriers with exchange

EF Education First has ridden the waves of globalization and experiential learning to become one of the world’s largest international education firms.

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From the Archives | Photo gallery

//[2].jpg The (Mystic) Tobin Bridge

The Mystic Bridge opened for traffic on Feb. 26, 1950, and was renamed in honor of former Boston mayor and Massachusetts governor Maurice J. Tobin in 1967.


for children | liz rosenberg

An early illustration for Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Winderland.”

‘Splintered’ by A.G. Howard

Howard’s Goth-infused, fantasy novel “Splintered’’ is in many ways a brilliant debut, in others a disturbing one.