First task in Bulger trial finding a jury

The long-awaited trial of James “Whitey” Bulger is set to begin Tuesday with the daunting task of finding 18 impartial jurors in a pool of 675.

The Forum has been boarded up since the bombings.

David L. Ryan/Globe Staff

Closed since bombings, Forum seeks fresh start

The restaurant is the only Boylston Street business yet to reopen since the April 15 bombings.

From left, US Representatives Steve Cohen, Dana Rohrabacher, William Keating, and Steve King placed a wreath at the site of a 2000 terrorist attack in  Moscow.

Lawmakers fault pre-Marathon bombing efforts

Members of a congressional delegation visiting Moscow said that the attack might have been prevented by greater cooperation between the US and Russia.

Dan Shaughnessy

Clay Buchholz still perfect after latest outing

With an 8-0 record and an ERA at a major league-best 1.62, the Red Sox starter is the best pitcher in baseball right now.

Wayne and Lillian Graham, with their son, Eddie, in the kitchen, have recovered losses in their retirement fund.

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Patience pays off for older investors

Retirement savers who stuck it out during the darkest days of the recession have more than recouped their losses.

The Lynnfield market’s rooftop garden is expected to lower heating and cooling costs and decrease stormwater runoff.

Whole Foods Market will grow produce on roof

The soon-to-open Lynnfield store will offer its customers something the company says no other major grocery chain has offered before: “rooftop produce.”

Adrian Walker

Education vs. turf at Roxbury Community College

The school has a new chairman of the board, but some activists don’t like the prospect of change.

For summer students in Boston, new laptops

The Boston School Department is planning to make low-cost laptops a central feature of summer school for ninth-graders.

Nancy Daniel (right), Urban College’s dean of academic affairs, applauded as graduate Cecelia Young composed herself while accepting the Jill Alexander Award for Excellence at commencement Sunday.

Urban College of Boston holds 18th graduation

After nearly closing, the small Boston college is stronger and still helping nontraditional students realize big dreams.