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Forecast calls for blizzard conditions in Massachusetts

Forecasters have issued blizzard watches for much of the state, and predict wind gusts could reach 65 miles per hour in some areas.

Curt Schilling pitched his final inning for the Red Sox in 2007.

Curt Schilling says he was encouraged to use PEDs

The ex-Red Sox pitcher said “members of the organization” encouraged him to try doping before his career was halted by injuries in 2008.

Mass. in pact to sharply cut power plant emissions

The deal, which includes eight other states, is expected to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars while combating global warming.

Queon Jackson was appointed acting headmaster of Madison Park Vocational Technical High School in early September, days before school started and after a search for a permanent headmaster fell apart over the summer.

Second school head accused of crime

Queon Jackson of Madison Park High was placed on leave amid an investigation of multi-state credit fraud.


Is ‘Having it all’ just a myth?

Is it time for the post-feminist generation to realize that “having it all” is just a destructive myth?

Danny Johnson, who bags groceries at Roche Bros. in Bridgewater, will compete in the National Grocers Association’s Best Bagger Championship in Las Vegas.

Roche Bros. worker vies for bagging bragging rights

Danny Johnson, who bags groceries in Bridgewater, will compete in the National Grocers Association’s Best Bagger Championship.

Dr. Carol Warfield (second from left) is flanked by attorneys (from left) Ellen Zucker, Laura Studen, and Lynn Norton.

Doctor gets $7m in bias suit

Dr. Carol Warfield said she endured years of sexist treatment at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Arthur Walsh of Bedford has slowly been reinvesting in the stock market since cashing out in 2008,

Stock market at pre-crisis levels, but many still on sidelines

US stocks have doubled in value since March 2009, but for a bull market of this scale, there’s a distinct lack of euphoria.


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Bruins 2, Canadiens 1

The Bruins moved Tyler Seguin to the first line in the third period, and he and David Krejci scored goals on their first two shifts together. The Bruins won, 2-1.

Bruins surge past Canadiens

After a key line change, Tyler Seguin and David Krejci both scored in the third period to seize first place in the division.


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James “Whitey” Bulger says he was given immunity on charges by the FBI because he was an informant, a claim being contested by prosecutors.

Bulger denied being an informant

Federal prosecutors insist that James “Whitey” Bulger’s claim that the government promised him immunity for all of his crimes should be decided before his trial.

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Lena Dunham and her mother, Laurie Simmons, attended a screening of Dunham’s movie “Tiny Furniture” at the MFA.

Dunham just hanging out with the girls

“Girls” star Lena Dunham was her usual quirky, articulate self at the MFA, where she chatted with audience after a screening of her film, “Tiny Furniture.”