Citing backlog, state health agency pleads for funds

The Mass. Department of Public Health has fallen significantly behind in investigating consumer complaints about medical facilities.

Travis Talbot secured Fenway Park as the venue for Boston Bites Back, which will benefit the One Fund.

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Marathon benefit gets nightlife king’s infusion of zeal

In under a week, Travis Talbot has rallied 100 top chefs and convinced Red Sox management to host Boston Bites Back at Fenway Park.

First deadline passes with 24 in Boston mayoral field

They are almost entirely men and come disproportionately from a handful of neighborhoods, West Roxbury, Hyde Park, and Dorchester.

A view of the east side of Fenway Center, minus the 27- story tower that would be part of Phase 2.

Deal clears the way for Fenway Center project

The $500 million mega-development would be the first major air rights project over the Mass. Turnpike since Copley Place in the 1980s.

Patrice Bergeron’s overtime strike — after he tied it with less than a minute left in regulation — left goaltender James Reimer and the Maple Leafs down and out at the Garden.

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Dan Shaughnessy

Game 7 win was the Bruins’ miracle on ice

The Bruins may go on to win the Stanley Cup. Or they may fall aside. But we never will forget the comeback against the Maple Leafs.

Zdeno Chara hugged teammate Patrice Bergeron after Bergeron’s overtime goal eliminated the Maple Leafs, 5-4, in Game 7.

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Bruins stun Maple Leafs with late comeback

Boston had squandered a 3-1 series lead and trailed, 4-1, in the third period before roaring back for a 5-4 victory in overtime.

Bruins fans had plenty to cheer about late in the third period and OT. Here they react to Patrice Bergeron’s tying goal.

On Hockey

Bruins turn Game 7 into an instant classic

With the show about to close, with hope lost in a sea of frustration, the Bruins finally showed up. They said no.

Christopher L. Gasper

// Bruins’ Patrice Bergeron rose to the occasion

In the Bruins’ darkest hour, Bergeron shone brightest, extending the season with the tying and winning goals in Boston’s 5-4 overtime victory.