Federal cuts hitting housing subsidy program

Thousands of the state’s poorest residents are losing or being denied federal housing subsidies as a result of automatic, across-the-board spending cuts.

One of CEI’s largest projects is nearing completion in Berlin, N.H. Converting an old paper mill into a power plant has already created 560 construction jobs. Once completed, the plant should also help keep independent loggers, truckers, and foresters afloat by giving them a new market for their scrap timber.

Turning federal tax credits into rural jobs

A Maine financial company has achieved mastery of a federal program to create jobs in communities that need them the most.

William Lautzenheiser, who lost his limbs due to an infection, said he is considering a transplant of arms and possibly in the future his legs.

Brigham doctors set sights on leg transplants

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is screening patients for the surgery, which would be the first of its kind in the US.

Warren wondered how many had been harmed or killed by tainted pharmaceuticals since 1997. “Why don’t you know?’’ she asked. “You’re the federal drug administration.”

Warren uses liberal clout selectively in new role

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s strategy for winning influence is much tamer and more incremental than her fans, or her enemies, might suspect.

It was bear hugs all around after fourth-line center Gregory Campbell (11) sealed Game 5 with an empty-net goal, his second tally of the night.

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Dan Shaughnessy

Never a doubt the Bruins were better team

The Rangers deserved to be swept, and were spared that indignity only because Tuukka Rask slipped on the ice in Game 4.

Bruins 3, Rangers 1

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/05/26/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/bruins90-4169.jpg Bruins KO Rangers, set to face Penguins

The Bruins’ depth — and the Rangers’ lack of it — led to the second-round win and the Eastern Conference final.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/05/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/ich.jpg In rural Maine, a life of solitude and larceny

Christopher Knight told police that he went into the woods in 1986 and never looked back. He is now accused of scores of burglaries and thefts.

In custody for four years, Ernesto Gonzalez appeared in Essex Superior Court on May 15.

As suspect languishes, case hits a crossroads

In custody now for four years, Ernesto Gonzalez admitted to killing his 5-year-old son, Giovanni, but his competency is still at issue.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/05/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/thon90.jpg Thousands join to reclaim Marathon’s last stretch

On Saturday, thousands of runners and their supporters jogged the final mile from Kenmore Square to Boylston Street.


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Red Sox 7, Indians 4

David Ortiz gets a w arm welcome in the dugout after scoring during the Red Sox’ four-run eighth that beat the Indians.

Red Sox rally in eighth to beat Indians

Pinch hitter Mike Carp hit a double to tie the game and then scored the go-ahead run on a double by Dustin Pedroia in the 7-4 victory.