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Cambridge man can go free while awaiting charges

Robel Phillipos, the 19-year-old friend of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who is accused of lying to investigators, will be allowed to post bail.

Worcester bishop apologizes for drunken driving arrest

Bishop Robert J. McManus, head of the Diocese of Worcester, admitted to a “terrible error in judgment” after his arrest in Narragansett, R.I.

Alleged former Auschwitz guard arrested in Germany

Hans Lipschis, 93, was arrested after prosecutors concluded there was ‘‘compelling evidence’’ he was involved in crimes at the Nazi concentration camp from 1941 to 1945.

Stoughton murder suspect arrested

The estranged husband of a woman found dead of apparent stab wounds is being charged with her murder.

Boston to boost scrutiny of school workers’ records

Boston Public Schools, in a push to beef up background checks on employees, will fingerprint its staff and scour court documents.

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Caregivers taking on more complex medical tasks

Legions of baby boomers are caring for aging parents and shouldering more complicated nursing tasks.

Ernest Hemingway’s US passport from 1945.

With Cuban help, Kennedy library gets Hemingway trove

Ernest Hemingway’s life in the island nation, much of it obscured during years of US-Cuba distrust, is being illuminated through previously unavailable documents.

Adrian Walker

// UMass Dartmouth a shaken campus

Chancellor Divina Grossman, who is completing her first year at the helm of the school, finds herself presiding over an institution in crisis.

Carmelo Anthony

On basketball

Why LeBron James didn’t get my MVP vote

Gary Washburn, the only MVP voter among 121 to not give James a first-place vote, simply thought Carmelo Anthony deserved the award.


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