This agent?s case spotlights harassment at ATF

ATF Special Agent SherryAnn Quindley walked with Dublin, her 10-year-old Newfoundland, near Parker River Beach in South Yarmouth in January.

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?You feel like you can protect others and then all of a sudden it comes down to: you can?t even protect yourself,? special agent SherryAnn Quindley said.

// Steve Wynn resigns as chair and CEO of Wynn resorts

Stephen Wynn has resigned as chief executive of the casino company he founded over accusations of sexual misconduct.

// Dunkin? Donuts says it will phase out foam cups by 2020

Could this be the end of the double cup?

// Winter storm will bring snow, freezing rain to hammer afternoon commute

The storm will bring snow, rain, sleet, and freezing rain to every corner of the state, with communities in the central and northeastern parts of Mass. receiving the brunt of it.

Mike and Kelly Gallivan in their Acton home, where they have received more than 20 packages from Amazon ? but they ordered none of them.

The Fine Print | Sean P. Murphy

This couple keeps getting mystery packages from Amazon they didn?t order

At first, it was fun to rip open the mystery boxes. Then they kept coming.

// Vermont man insists he didn?t kill mother, grandfather

Nathan Carman said several of his relatives are ?being driven by malice and greed? and are spreading lies about him.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski?s home in Foxborough.

Gronkowski?s home robbed

The break-in at Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski?s home might have led to the theft of ?multiple safes and possible guns taken.?

// Trump says stock market plunge was ?big mistake?

President Donald Trump weighed in for the first time Wednesday on wild gyrations in the stock market over the past two weeks.

President Trump?s vision of soldiers marching and tanks rolling down the boulevards of Washington is moving closer to reality in the Pentagon and White House.

Trump?s ?marching orders? to the Pentagon: Plan a grand military parade

President Trump has long mused about wanting such a parade, but a Jan. 18 meeting in the Pentagon?s tank reportedly marked a tipping point.

Eileen Soule-Freeman, 14, with her rooster, Gollum.

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

?Emotional support rooster? has people crowing

Like the now-famous peacock named Dexter, Little G the comfort rooster has generated eye-rolls. But Laura Ceurvels says her rooster is different.

// City Councilor says ?SMILF? degrades South Boston women, wants ads removed

?That?s not the South Boston women I know, and I felt an obligation to stand up and speak out,? said City Councilor Ed Flynn.

// SJC enters plea to ID hung jurist

A portrait of the mystery judge hangs in the John Adams Courthouse in Boston ? but who is it?

// Don Lemon returns to show after sister?s death, delivers a teary-eyed ?thank you?

?I am back sitting with you tonight because this is exactly where she would have wanted me to be,? the CNN anchor said Tuesday night.

The secret is out ? Josh McDaniels will be back with the Patriots, seemingly for a long time to come.

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

Ben Volin | On football

With McDaniels reversal, a succession plan is in place

The Patriots were starting to fall apart at the seams, and the Krafts knew they couldn?t lose Josh McDaniels.


//[1].jpg A bedazzled Linda Holliday was ready to celebrate a Pats win in style -- but it wasn?t to be

Bill Belichick?s longtime girlfriend was decked out in support of the team and her man.

// Josh McDaniels changes mind, will remain with Patriots

In a stunning turnaround, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has reportedly reversed course to stay in New England just hours after being announced as the new head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.

Minneapolis, MN - 2/4/2018 - Malcolm Butler on sideline during 4th quarter of Super Bowl LII. The New England Patriots play the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on Feb. 4, 2018.

Malcolm Butler releases statement on Super Bowl benching

The Patriots cornerback denied missing any curfews during the week before the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles.

// In Jamaica, Tufts dentists to the rescue

Led by doctors Jon Golub and Jamie Diament-Golub, plus their three sons in dentistry school, 18 volunteers spent five days doing hundreds of triage cases on the island.

// Baker to cannabis commission: Keep pot legalization simple

The governor is skeptical of regulators? plans to create an unusually expansive recreational pot market in Massachusetts.

// Somerville startup at the heart of Times Square attraction

In honor of Valentine?s Day, Formlabs built a 10-by-12-foot lens that refracts the neon lights of Time Square to a heart-shaped cutout.

The workers for ReadyJet and Flight Services & Systems primarily serve JetBlue Airways and are protesting what they say are threats and intimidation from management as they attempt to organize a union.

Airport worker strike set for Wednesday afternoon

Subcontractors for JetBlue Airways and other airlines are protesting intimidation from management as they attempt to organize a union.

// Newton swan takes wing after lead poisoning

Veterinarians released the bird back into the wild after weeks of treatment.

// The Season Ticket podcast

Guest hosts Joe Sullivan and Scott Thurston are joined by Nora Princiotti to discuss the mystery around the benching of Malcolm Butler.

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// No more snakes on a plane, please

We need uniform federal standards for bringing pets on planes.


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// Black doctors trying to improve their ranks share their own experiences

While African-Americans make up 12 percent of the U.S. population, only about 6 percent of doctors are black.

Real Estate

Recent home sales west of Boston (Feb. 6)

ACTON: 21 Samuel Parlin DriveOne-family Colonial, built in 1988, 3,887 square feet, 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, on 30,000-square-foot lot.