Waltham victim’s girlfriend says Tsarnaev visited

The girlfriend of one of three men brutally killed in a Waltham apartment in 2011 was the first to assert that police were aware that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had ties to the victims.

Senate OK’s pay raise for judges

Salaries for the state’s judges would climb by $30,000 during the next three years under a measure that won legislative approval this week.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/05/25/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Copy%20of%20Boghosian_21mccainphoto9_MET.jpg Markey stays reserved after heated words from Gomez

After Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez tagged Democratic rival Edward Markey as “pond scum,” Markey declined to engage directly.

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From left: Amanda Watters, Mike Ross, Kyle Shade and MIT shirt Andrew Truco carried flags as they crossed the Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street during the OneRun.

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Thousands run Boston Marathon’s final mile

About 3,000 runners and bombing victims gathered in light rain Saturday morning to run the final mile of the world’s oldest annual marathon.

Amy Masters exercised at Healthworks on Route 9. She also belongs to Sports Club/LA, and can’t decide between them.

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On Route 9, a rivalry of elite fitness clubs

Is it the on-site Botox shots? Chilled towels? What makes a person join one gym over another?

When drivers headed to the Cape last Labor Day, gas averaged $3.76 per gallon.

Gas won’t be as costly this summer

Gas prices are unlikely to rise much more over the summer, because of the boom in US production of crude oil due to fracking.

Tuukka Rask didn’t display such form on the Rangers’ first goal Thursday, but he says he has put it all behind him.

Rask remains upbeat after a rare shaky performance

“You can either cry about it, or laugh about it,” Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask said about Game 4. “It’s better to have a sense of humor and laugh about it.”

Kristin Nugent of Boston wheeled her bicycle on board the CapeFlyer in South Station, headed for Hyannis.

CapeFlyer embarks on maiden voyage

The CapeFlyer’s kickoff trip departed from South Station at 5:12 p.m. Friday, attracting many to the restored service that has been absent for about 25 years.

Marathon bombing victim Brittany Loring accepted her law degree from dean Vincent D. Rougeau at the Boston College Law School commencement, where interim Senator William “Mo” Cowan offered his insight on net worth and self-worth.

Cowan gives BC grads key to success

Interim US Senator William “Mo” Cowan urged Boston College Law School graduates to “find proper balance between your net worth and your self-worth.”


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Red Sox 8, Indians 1

John Lackey allowed only two hits and one unearned run (all in the third) while tossing seven strong innings.

Lackey, Red Sox roll over Indians

John Lackey treated the Indians to a platter of fastballs, cutters, and curveballs over seven innings in the Sox’ 8-1 win, ringing up eight strikeouts for the third time this season.

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Broadwell met  David Petraeus while researching a book about his wartime leadership in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Biographer regrets affair with former CIA director

The biographer whose extramarital affair with then-CIA director David Petraeus triggered his resignation says she regrets the relationship and the harm and grief it caused her family.


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Pianist Jeremy Denk returns to play the Gardner’s Calderwood Hall in September.

Variety marks Gardner Museum, Emmanuel programs

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will open its fall season of Sunday afternoon concerts Sept. 15 with a recital by the acclaimed pianist Jeremy Denk.

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Globe Talk | June 11

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/05/16/BostonGlobe.com/Special/Images/Ashleigh-Faye%20brick-800x1120.jpg A conversation with Dennis Lehane

The best-selling author discusses his craft with Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory. Proceeds will go to the One Fund Boston.