Regulators find psychiatric hospital deficient again

Three months after state regulators allowed Arbour HRI to resume accepting new patients, federal investigators found issues with psychiatric evaluations and treatment plans.

Mourners and supporters left stuffed animals and candles at a growing memorial set up for Daylan Walker Thursday night in Dorchester.

History of lapses at child-care facility

The Dorchester day-care center where a 2-year-old fell to his death has surrendered its license.

Marc Hauser.

Report shines light on ex-researcher’s misconduct

An internal Harvard report suggests it was not mere negligence that led to problems in Marc Hauser’s lab.

Shirley Leung

No clear direction from tech on noncompetes

Supporting a proposal to eliminate noncompete agreements is an issue that divides the industry like no other.

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s strong front-runner status has some Democrats worried that the party will be robbed of a robust primary debate that can help sharpen candidates.

Political passions stir as Hillary Clinton prepares book release

The launch could easily be viewed as the first political ad of the 2016 presidential campaign.

After leading 100 bar and bat mitzvah parties, Dave Heard still aims to dance on the theater stage.

Rose Lincoln for the Boston Globe

Mitzvah dancer wins the crowd, aims for Broadway

After leading 100 bar and bat mitzvah parties, Dave Heard has decided he’s going to spend the next six months honing his skills.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (right) and Patriots owner Robert Kraft (left) addressed members of the media during a football safety clinic for mothers.

Robert Kraft mum on new Aaron Hernandez charges

The Patriots owner joined NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in Foxborough at a Moms Football Safety Clinic.


Raising hope at Revere High

Giankaspar Laraque, 18, is a symbol of the rebirth going on at Revere High, which just received an award for being the nation’s most innovative school.

The Hot Sardines, an eight-piece jazz band from New York, joined the Boston Pops for a retro celebration at Symphony Hall Thursday.

concert review

Boston Pops slips back in time for another ‘Gatsby’ night

Featuring “The Charleston,” “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby,” and “Happy Days Are Here Again,” the opening medley set the tone.

Jackie Bradley Jr. scored the winning run on a head-first dive after the Braves’ Chris Johnson threw the ball wildly to second base.


Red Sox win fourth straight on walkoff

Jackie Bradley Jr. scored on a head-first dive that sent his teammates leaping out of the dugout.


Movie Review

// Seth MacFarlane aims low in ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’

In the cheerfully terrible comedy, the director, co-writer, and star tries and fails to be the Bob Hope and/or Mel Brooks of his generation.