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Loan mistake ensnares former Sovereign Bank aide

Carol Kelly, a former assistant to Sovereign Bank’s CEO, and her husband have been in a five-year battle with the bank over a mortgage paperwork dispute.

Weld, Healey in GOP won’t seek Senate seat

William F. Weld, Kerry Healey, and Tagg Romney won’t run for the seat, and on the Democratic side, Middlesex DA Gerard Leone also said he won’t enter the race.

Newton mayor urges support for tax increases

Setti Warren used his State of the City address Monday to rally support for his $11.4 million tax proposal, five weeks ahead of the vote on March 12.

John Kerry, the new secretary of state, held the diplomatic passport he was issued when he was 11 years old, while greeting employees of the State Department in Washington.

On first day, Kerry vows to protect diplomats

On his first day as secretary of state, John Kerry said he would ensure the safety and security of personnel posted at US embassies and consulates around the world.

From left: Gregg Hammer, Janice Landry, Jon Dykstra, Meredith Beck, Andrew Crowe, and Irene Molloy in the Frank McCourt musical revue.


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Frank McCourt’s ‘The Irish’ is a celebration

Although structured as a kind of history lesson, “The Irish . . . and How They Got That Way” is really a celebration of a heritage.

BC's Quinn Smith scored the first goal of the game in the first period as he beat Harvard goalie Raphael Girard.

BEANPOT | Boston college 4, Harvard 1

BC to face Northeastern in Beanpot title game

Boston College will go to its fourth straight Beanpot championship game after defeating Harvard at TD Garden.

Nur Kilic at Serenade Chocolatier with a box of Viennese truffles, a candy she was having trouble making when she appealed to retired candymaker William Federer. He had been making candy then — and famously, truffles — for decades. Federer died in 2006 at 91.

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A labor, and legacy, of love

After 25 years, a Brookline candy shop’s legacy is about lending a hand and reaching across borders.

The mobile app from Ubersense is used by elite athletes from 20 different sports — among them bobsledders.

Data from apps help athletes raise the bar

The Boston area is developing a large family of companies that have created apps and Web programs to help usher in a new age of self-­measurement.


Above Boston

Scroll through a series of photos that Globe photographer David L. Ryan snapped from the air on Monday.

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//[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.


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49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh protested a non-call by the officials after a fourth down play against the Ravens.

Jim Harbaugh wrong to blame officials

The 49ers coach found plenty of fault with the officials in the loss to the Ravens, but he should have looked at his curious play-calling down the stretch.

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