Warning missed before Grafton baby’s death

Social workers overlooked a police officer’s faxed complaint for six days, and when a social worker finally investigated, she learned that the baby had died.

TelexFree sends alleged victims parting shot

The company regulators allege ran a Ponzi scheme sent out tax forms claiming to have paid investors money they say they never received.

Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley (foreground) said he didn’t mean to cause any harm by duplicating a registered runner’s bib number.

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Apology for fake bib

Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley said he didn’t mean to cause any harm by duplicating a registered runner’s bib number.

Anonymous attack on Children’s continues

Boston Children’s Hospital experienced a cyber attack Friday, even though some members of Anonymous called for its end.

Steve Halligan, a pack-a-day smoker, tries out some sample flavors at Vape Daddy’s in Newton. At first skeptical, he left the store after buying two blends.

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FDA e-cigarette plan brings complaints from both sides

The proposal would bring e-cigarettes and their ingredients under the agency’s review for the first time.

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Now a candidate for the NHL MVP award, Patrice Bergeron’s impressive portfolio continues to increase, as does his value to the Bruins.

At Ward 8, a drink called the Moscow Mule is served in a copper mug that gets stolen quite a bit.

At the bar, they’re taking more than a drink

With the increasing popularity of craft cocktails, people are stealing the quirky mugs and glasses they are served in.



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Martin J. Walsh has shown himself to be a stand-up steward of public funds during his first 100 or so days in office.

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Jennie Rosenkranz (left) and Nancy Robrahn plan to exchange vows on Saturday in Minnesota.

Lesbian couple take on S. Dakota law

A lesbian couple plans to exchange vows Saturday in Minnesota, then be the first South Dakota residents to legally challenge the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.


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The bank’s state workforcehas dropped from 12,000 in early 2013 to 11,300.

State Street to lay off 400 employees, 145 in Mass.

The Boston-based financial services giant announced the job cuts as it reported a 22 percent drop in its first-quarter net income.

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Design New England

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A new vacation house honors the island’s historic architecture—but without the old-fashioned quirks.