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Ann Marie Mires, formerly of the state medical examiner’s office, continued to describe the condition of human remains of alleged Bulger victims.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and “Whitey” Bulger, both accused of terrorizing the city, landed in the same courthouse Wednesday.
Alleged Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev shuffled into the courtroom, appearing confident despite ankle chains and an orange jumpsuit, and pleaded not guilty Wednesday.
Ortiz set the MLB record for hits as a designated hitter as the Red Sox won their second straight in Seattle.
Beginning July 20, Cambridge-bound vehicles won’t have access to the bridge — a detour expected to last until September 2014.
“I went to Russia and was given more information,” Representative William Keating said during a congressional hearing Wednesday.
State Senator Dan Wolf and Treasurer Steven Grossman made clear their intentions to run for governor.
Deborah Dunsire, who resigned suddenly as Millennium Pharmaceutical’s chief executive in May, will return to the biotechnology industry to lead EnVivo Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Mixing prints often falls into the category of high-risk feats, even for the savviest of fashionistas. But it can be done.