Market Basket has long shopping list for restocking

When it comes time to bring the chain back to normal, the process will probably take weeks.

A Palestinian man led a cow past destroyed buildings in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday.

Strike kills 10 in Gaza as Israel says it will redeploy

Israel said it has ?scaled down? some operations and urged Gaza residents of some areas to return to their homes.

Jon Lester leaves to a standing ovation in Oakland after allowing three runs over 6?
 innings. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)


Lester?s (Red Sox) family leave is ?just business?

Unless the Sox change their new fiscal ways, Jon Lester is not going to re-sign with the Red Sox.

Atlanta Games? venues left some lessons for Boston

More than a dozen former Olympic sites show what worked and what can go wrong as Boston flirts with a bid for the 2024 Games.

Billy Starr (center) led a Pan-Mass Challenge training ride.

Matthew J. Lee / Globe Staff

The soul of a money-collecting machine

Many credit Billy Starr, founder of the Pan-Mass Challenge, with developing the ?a-thon? model of fund-raising.

Haleigh played on the front lawn with her adoptive father, Keith Arnett, and brother, Jacob. The Arnetts first took Haleigh in as a foster child.

A new life for Haleigh

A family created a loving world for a child whose case remains one of the darkest chapters in the state?s child-protection system.

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The do-gooders

Can a summer camp change lives? For some, yes. But not all.

?Dance at Bougival,? by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, has been on loan from the MFA for more than one-third of the time in the past four years.

Critic?s Notebook

MFA expands loans of well-known works

The museum continues to ramp up its controversial practice of renting out dozens of its most prestigious works.

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