Walsh pushes parade to end ban on gay groups

Mayor Martin Walsh said he has been trying to broker a deal that will allow gay and lesbian groups to march in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in South Boston next month.

Hernandez sued by families of 2012 shooting victims

The families of two men who were fatally shot in Boston in 2012 filed wrongful death lawsuits against former Patriot player Aaron Hernandez.

Ariz. governor vetoes bill that would have denied service to gays

Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would have allowed people to assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays.

DNA blood test can detect prenatal problems

New research paves the way for a new generation of prenatal genetic tests to be offered to all pregnant women.

Teen in custody case won’t be moved to new foster care

A North Shore foster care facility backed out due to the national media attention Justina Pelletier’s case has garnered, sources said.

Jerryd Bayless hit a 17-foot jumper with 41.9 seconds to go to put the Celtics up 113-102.

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Celtics break five-game losing streak

Jerryd Bayless scored a season-high 29 points as the Celtics returned from a fruitless road trip and won at home.

Brian Flynn of the Sabres celebrated his second-period goal

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In seconds, the Bruins are losers

The Bruins gave up the tying goal in the final minute of regulation and allowed the winning goal just seconds into overtime.

Back Bay resident Debra Bulkeley asked about parking restrictions during a community meeting attended by Police Commissioner William Evans (right), Mayor Martin Walsh, and Marathon officials. The city will be closing parts of Newbury Street and Huntington Avenue to cars on Marathon Day.

New Boston Marathon security rules issued

The Boston Athletic Association announced restrictions on strollers, backpacks, and runners’ costumes for the race.

A multifinger ring designed by Lady Grey.

Lady Grey jewelry designers went from dentistry to celebrity

How two MassArt grads — and former dental techs — sank their teeth into jewelry design.



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Ukraine is well within the Russian sphere of interest and influence, but events there matter to the US, too.


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Zdeno Chara, left with Milan Lucic, was back at practice with the Bruins on Tuesday.

Bruins in good position for a deal, playoff push

The Bruins have valuable assets they can use to bolster their already potent roster as they head toward the postseason.