Another industrial revolution is taking place

After a prolonged period of little or no growth, Massachusetts has emerged as a leader in advanced manufacturing.

Kai Leigh Harriott was paralyzed when she was 3 years old. This week, she?ll graduate from high school.

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?She was always a fighter?: Kai Harriott?s latest achievement

Harriott was paralyzed from the chest down after being struck by a stray bullet when she was 3. Now, as she finishes high school, she is moving forward.

Flowers and candles sat on the ground Tuesday across the street from the home where three bodies were found last week in Springfield.

Families, friends in Springfield have worst fears confirmed

When authorities announced last week they had found three bodies, Taje Rivera said she instantly feared that her mother might be among them.

// State Police OT pay probe draws in 7 more troopers

These troopers will remain on active duty while the department reviews their cases further, a spokesman said.

Adrian Walker

// A major fight looms for Beacon Hill?s ?Prince of Darkness?

William Galvin has been in office for nearly as long as his opponent, Josh Zakim, has been alive. Is that longevity a blessing, or has it become a curse?

Wendy Dodek said that while her experience has been frustrating, ?maybe it can serve as a warning to your readers.?

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A very, very, very costly smudged postmark

Wendy Dodek missed the deadline to invest in her IRA because the smudged postmark from the post office was illegible, Fidelity says. At stake: a $6,500 deposit.

// Police investigate fatal late-night shooting in Dorchester

The victim is believed to be in his mid-20s, police Commissioner William Evans said.

Former editor says she does not know date of text exchange at center of legal dispute

A former editor asserted in court filings that the Globe is trying to intimidate and silence her after she accused editor Brian McGrory of sending an inappropriate text message.

Members of the Eagles stood for the national anthem at the Super Bowl in February.

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Everybody?s yelling, nobody?s hearing about the anthem

President Trump declared another victory by disinviting the Eagles, but the entire debate is falling on deaf ears.


// They?re back, and they didn?t miss a beat

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski were there for the start of the Patriots? mandatory minicamp, and they reclaimed their rightful spots atop the depth chart at their positions.

Boston MA 6/5/18 Boston Red Sox Xander Bogaerts (right) celebrates his solo home run with teammate J.D. Martinez against the Detroit Tigers during fifth inning action at Fenway Park. (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: 03schtrack reporter:


Steven Wright, Red Sox are spot on against Tigers

Wright pitched seven shutout innings, and J.D. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts homered.

// North End restaurateurs to open Italian spot at Everett casino

Frank DePasquale and Nick Varano?s Fratelli will seat 135 people, casino owner Wynn Resorts said.

// Kate Spade?s handbags carried women into adulthood

The fashion designer was found dead Tuesday inside her Manhattan apartment, the victim of an apparent suicide.

Co-owner Mary Kurth greets friend and patron Mandy Krumnow of Boston at Spoke Wine Bar?s reopening.

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Keeping the spirit alive at Somerville?s Spoke Wine Bar

What Felisha Foster created in the years before her death from ALS was something special.

// A bit of Colonial-era history is restored to its former glory

A number of mile marker stones that have alerted travelers to their distance from Boston for centuries have been restored after several years of work.

// Forbes? top-paid athletes list includes Jimmy G, but no Brady or Gronk

Boxer Floyd Mayweather, with earnings of $285 million in 2017, tops the list for the fourth time in seven years.

// They needn?t worry: They won?t need to run against anyone

More than half of all state senators and representatives will not face any opposition on the ballot this year ? in a primary or in the general election.

// Bertucci?s goes Hollywood, but everything will remain the same

Robert Earl?s company, which owns numerous restaurants including Planet Hollywood, says it?ll buy the local pizza chain.

// We now know how Trump reacted when Tom Brady skipped the Patriots? White House visit

Trump was ?angry,? The Washington Post reported, and ?worried that Brady?s absence would reflect poorly on him.?

// Want to stay sharp? New study says exercise may be key

Harvard researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center found that nearly any type of exercise can improve cognitive and thinking skills.

// Three state troopers and a baby

The troopers helped deliver a Malden couple?s child Tuesday night in the parking lot of the Boston barracks.

Globe event

// Smarter Cities, Smarter Skills

A Boston Globe event series on how technology and the tech economy are reshaping our world.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Love Letters Podcast

// Getting over a breakup

Meredith Goldstein explores how to move on when a relationship ends.

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Opinion & Ideas

Opinion | Kerry Kennedy

// What RFK discovered is still true: Our best hope is with our youth

Kerry Kennedy recalls how her father looked to young people for inspiration.


// Calling all foodies

Our new weekly summer newsletter, ?Eat. Drink. Eat some more,? gives you 15 weeks of recipes and restaurant tips. Find out more.

Special reports

Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

The face in the waves

Jaimee was beloved. Jaimee was struggling. Then Jaimee was gone. Her family threw everything into solving the first mystery ? who killed her. The second was so much harder. How could they live on without her?


// Opinion: the ?cruel joke? of compassionate use and right to try

The FDA?s compassionate use program and the new ?right-to-try? law can?t compel a company to provide an individual with its drug.

Real Estate

Recent home sales west of Boston (June 6)

ACTON: 6 Palmer Lane #6; Condominium Condo/Apt, built in 2000, 3,765 square feet, 10 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, on 22,010-square-foot lot.


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