New sexual abuse lawsuit filed against St. Paul?s School

A former student alleges the New Hampshire boarding school failed to protect her from sexual assault and harassment under federal law.

// Cancellations on Vineyard ferry skyrocket

?It?s insane. It?s absolutely insane,? one official said of the canceled trips between Martha?s Vineyard and Falmouth. ?This is the worst anybody has ever seen it.?

Allston, MA., 05/11/18, The Bus Stop Pub owner, Joyce Hynds, cq, gets a good bye hug from long time customer Mark Lydon. The Bus Stop Pub, an Allston neighborhood bar, is closing after 38 years, squeezed out by Harvard University's massive expansion into North Allston and the simultaneous gentrification of the blue-collar neighborhood. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

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Closing time comes for Allston neighborhood pub

After 38 years, the Bus Stop Pub will close Saturday.

A house on Marie Avenue in Sharon is the alleged site of Steven DiSarro's murder.

Jurors view murder scene in Sharon, Providence burial site in mob slaying trial

Jurors in the murder trial of former New England mob boss Francis ?Cadillac Frank? Salemme visited the sites on Friday.

// Global field trips are opening a whole new world to Boston students

The international travel helps reduce an opportunity gap between Boston students and more affluent peers.

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After night of ?Fortnite,? only ego is injured

Video games have been catching the blame for just about everything for decades. David Price can probably relate.

// Here?s what Sarah Sanders had to say about Trump official?s McCain remarks

Sanders would not comment on reports that a communications aide mocked McCain?s opposition to Trump?s CIA pick by telling colleagues, ?it doesn?t matter, he?s dying anyway.?

// How John Kelly?s family history compares with the immigrants he wants to keep from entering

?They?re not bad people,? he told NPR. ?They?re coming here for a reason. And I sympathize with the reason. But the laws are the laws.??

// Air Force lab takes aim at Han Solo?s record

The US Air Force has set up a Kessel Run of its own in Boston ? a new lab focusing on developing mission-critical military software in record time.

// In LGBTQ community, sadness and concern over Stan Rosenberg?s exit

The first openly gay Senate president in Massachusetts, Rosenberg, 68, was a political force on issues of LGBTQ equality for decades.

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On the road to health, leaving the hospital is only the start

Providers are finding new ways to support patients ? through mentoring programs, smartphone apps, and mindfulness groups.

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale throws against the Toronto Blue Jays in the first inning of a baseball game in Toronto, Friday May 11, 2018. (Fred Thornhill/The Canadian Press via AP)


Blue Jays break through in the 12th inning to edge out the Red Sox

Now the responsibility falls on David Price to give the Sox a boost on Saturday.

// Replacement of Mass. Ave bridge in Back Bay underway

The bridge, which carries traffic over Commonwealth Avenue, is due to be reopened by 5 a.m. on Tuesday, ahead of the morning commute, the state said in a statement.

// Quincy residents assail plan to rebuild Long Island Bridge

Approximately 250 people turned out Tuesday night to show support for the Quincy?s efforts to block the new bridge.

// Boston Dynamics posts video of jogging humanoid robot that scares the internet

Tech company adds another video of jogging humanoid robot that scares the internet

Boston, MA., 05/04/18, Northeastern University holds its commencement at the TD Garden. Graduation speaker Aimee Mullins gets her hood. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

Your guide to local college commencements

Here is a look at this season?s commencement schedule and some of the notable commencement speakers at colleges around the region.

Waltham, MA - 5/7/18 - Costco Wholesale co-founder and retired CEO James Sinegal (cq), second from right, speaks to some of the students of Zeynep Ton (cq), (center rear) adjunct associate professor of operations management, at the MIT Sloan School of Management (cq). After class in Cambridge, Ton and some students went on a field trip to the Waltham store. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 0513LaborClass Reporter: Nicole DeFeudis


Should business schools focus less on CEOs and more on the front line?

?This is not altruism,? said James Sinegal, cofounder and former CEO of Costco Wholesale. ?This is just good business.?

// Three finalists named for UMass Boston chancellor

The finalists are Kathy Humphrey, a senior vice president at the University of Pittsburgh; Peter Lyons, a vice provost and dean at Georgia State University; and Jack Thomas, president of Western Illinois University.

// Gordon Hayward had a lot to say, from his rehab to his thoughts on the Celtics

In a blog post on his website, Hayward shared his thoughts on the performances of some of his teammates.


// Patriots release offensive lineman Tony Garcia

Garcia, a third-round pick in 2017, missed all of his rookie season with blood clots in his lungs.


// Teaching young kids how to junk bad eating habits

Schools are showing students how wholesome foods can be a natural alternative to the usual choices.


// Nina Dobrev has an un-Common experience in first visit to Boston

?First timer? my mind is blown,? read the caption on an Instagram video of the actress?s mid-morning stroll.

// Is your favorite TV show canceled?

The time has arrived: Over the next several days, broadcast networks will officially decide which TV shows will live on for another season.

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