Boncore declares victory in 7-way state Senate race

Joseph Boncore beat out a crowded field, observers said, in the Democratic primary of a special election.

// Verizon workers to go on strike Wednesday morning

The strike, to begin at 6 a.m., could interrupt service for customers from Mass. to Virginia who subscribe to Verizon?s wired services.

// Verizon FiOS coming to Boston

Verizon will spend more than $300 million over six years to install a fiber-optic network in Boston.

// Ex-tax commissioner never left corporate boards

Mark Nunnelly took a new job in state government this month: executive director of information technology operations.

Medical examiner changes opinion in baby?s death

A former state medical examiner revised her ruling last month that a Burlington infant was killed at the hands of a day care operator.

// New Balance says Pentagon stonewalls on buying its sneakers

New Balance CEO Rob DeMartini said the Defense Department has refused to seriously consider buying the company?s shoes.

Hillary Clinton whispered into the ear of President Bill Clinton at a 1998 event.

?Cancel letter to Donald Trump,? Clinton White House wrote in 1996

Documents show almost no substantive interaction between the White House and Trump during Bill Clinton?s presidency.

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Described as one of the most powerful taxpayer tools in the U.S., an IRC Section 1031 can help businesses avoid paying more in taxes when selling property. Find out how.

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Tensions flare at Boston Public Market

Vendors at the market have developed competing visions of what it should be in the months since it opened.

04/12/16: Boston, MA: Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz hears it from a fan as he heads for the clubhouse after being removed from the game in the top of the sixth inning. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Baltimore Orioles in a regular season Major League Baseball game. (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis) section:sports topic:Red Sox-Orioles

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Orioles rough up Clay Buchholz, Red Sox

Red Sox starters have a 7.32 earned run average through seven games and have averaged 5? innings.

7/30/1987 Western Mass. Miller Falls, Chuck Waseleski a sports statiscian. photo by David Molnar.

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Farewell to stats pioneer Chuck Waseleski

He was a big part of the stats revolution in baseball, especially in how it related to the Red Sox.

Paul Silas, Celtics player from 1972-1976 speaks at the The Boston Celtics and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, which celebrated three legendary seasons and NBA Championships at the Liberty Hotel, on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe

Celtics champions reminisce about greatness, past and present

Members of the 1966, ?76, and ?86 teams gathered to talk basketball.

Erin Shyr (left) and Maria Currie are seeking unspecified damages and attorneys? fees.

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Two women sue BU, professor for alleged sexual harassment

The women said a professor harassed them and Boston University did not stop his alleged behavior.

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// Led Zeppelin lawsuit asks, does song remain the same?

A judge?s ruling about ?Stairway to Heaven? raises questions about where musical influence ends and inappropriate borrowing begins.

//,metro,Taylor_009.jpg Jewish groups condemn ?disrespect? at Newton forum

Leaders said last week?s behavior by a group of activists doesn?t represent ?the broader sentiments of the Jewish community.?

//}seqn} By the numbers: The toll of the Annie Dookhan case

How big a deal was the Annie Dookhan case? Here are some numbers that help tell the story.

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// 10 communities where the home market is soaring

These are the cities and towns with the highest price increases in Eastern Mass. ? plus, some affordable alternatives with a similar vibe.

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// Should Ted Cruz and John Kasich concede New York?

There is nothing in the next week that could change the dynamic in a state where Donald Trump is well ahead of either rival in the polls.

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Wild Chernobyl

What happens to the environment when humans disappear? Chernobyl, site of a nuclear disaster 30 years ago, gives us part of an answer.