Verizon workers prepare to go on strike

The move could interrupt service for customers from Mass. to Virginia who use Verizon?s wired services.

Audrey Yap, co-owner of Noodle Lab, served up a dish at the Boston Public Market.

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Tensions flare over Boston Public Market?s future

In the months since the food hall opened, vendors have developed competing visions for its future.

// Despite medical examiner?s change, DA will still prosecute

Middlesex?s Marian Ryan said she will move forward with a murder charge against day care operator Pallavi Macharla.

// FiOS rollout in Boston could take up to 6 years

The $300 million project would provide significant competition in the city for longtime franchisee Comcast Corp.

// Pay raise sought for nursing home workers

A trade group is urging lawmakers to devote $90 million to boost the pay of employees who do much of the backbreaking work.

// Ex-tax commissioner never left corporate boards

Mark Nunnelly took a new job in state government this month that didn?t require him to step down.

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich high-fived a supporter during a campaign stop in Queens on March 30.

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Catching up with John Kasich

Kasich?s message to delegates: Make me your choice on the second ballot at the convention.

// Clintons, Trump coexisted, but weren?t close

They may have been spotted at the same high-society events in New York, one Clinton friend said, but they were in different cliques.

?We?re not getting the treatment that our American workers need and deserve,? New Balance CEO Rob DeMartini said Tuesday as he criticized the Defense Department.

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New Balance puts pressure on Pentagon

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

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

How big a deal was the Dookhan case? These numbers help tell the story.

Paul Silas, a member of the Celtics? 1976 championship team, spoke at the gala at the Liberty Hotel.

Celtics legends reminisce about greatness, past and present

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

The Celtics were not in peak playoff form in Monday?s loss to the Hornets.

Heat at Celtics | 8 p.m. (CSN, ESPN)

Answers coming tonight on Celtics? playoff standing

A number of scenarios are in play, but the Celtics could simplify things by beating the Heat in the regular season finale.

William Grueb, a piano technician, worked on a Steinway piano at M. Steinert & Sons.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Steinert on the move, with 300 pianos coming along

?We have 120 years? worth of things ? and ?things? is a nice way of putting it,? said the company?s vice president.

// 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.

Chuck Waseleski is seen in a 1987 photo.

Nick Cafardo | On baseball

Farewell to stats pioneer Chuck Waseleski

Waseleski was a big part of the sport?s stats revolution, especially in how it related to the Red Sox.

Globe Magazine | top spots to live

// 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.

2016 Boston Marathon

// Legend of Tarzan: Stories about two-time winner have legs

Ellison Myers Brown won the Boston Marathon twice and competed in the 1936 Olympics.

Ground Game

ground game

// 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.

The Big Picture

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.