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Arrest made in arson spree

A 45-year-old Middleborough man was linked to two dozen arson fires in Southeastern Massachusetts.

// Snowmobiler Caleb Moore dies after X Games crash

Moore, 25, died a week after a dramatic crash when he attempted a backflip on his snow machine.

Gerard Leone and John Kerry

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John Kerry visits Mass. for farewell tour

The newly confirmed secretary of state returned to the Middlesex district attorney’s office, where he spent his early days as a prosecutor.

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‘Warm Bodies’ is a zombie flick with real heart

“Warm Bodies” pulls off a pretty impressive trick: It has its “Twilight” and goofs on it too.

Phil Mickelson hit his tee shot on the 15th hole during the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament Thursday.

Mickelson just misses a 59

Phil Mickelson finished with a 60, tying his career-best round and the course record at the Phoenix Open, but missing the hallowed mark by a stroke.

Wedding blogger is married to her job

Abby Larson, founder of Boston-based Style Me Pretty, talks about how she built her blog into a respected online resource for brides-to-be.

Hopefuls face fight to lead state’s Republican Party

A battle between the handpicked candidate of former senator Scott Brown and a conservative challenger is expected tonight.

Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino arrives for his annual State of the City address at Faneuil Hall Tuesday.


Menino, the king incumbent

With this week’s State of the City address, the five-term mayor put another generation of Bostonians dreaming of taking his seat on hold.

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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.


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Bruins notebook

Nathan Horton has scored two of his three goals in the third period for the 5-0-1 Bruins, who have yet to lose in regulation.

Nathan Horton picking his spots well for Bruins

The forward has scored two of his three goals in the third period for the 5-0-1 Bruins, who have yet to lose in regulation.


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Television Review

Steven Pasquale stars as a doctor with an alternate personality in “Do No Harm.”

NBC’s ‘Do No Harm’: a Jekyll-and-Hyde operation

“Do No Harm” isn’t a psychological exploration so much as a medical drama with a gimmick, but it’s pretty darned silly.