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Lawrence man is arrested in connection with death of 13-year-old Amesbury girl

Carlos Rivera, 47, was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly giving Chloe Ricard drugs, according to the Essex district attorney?s office. She was pronounced dead Monday.
What we know about the death of 13-year-old Chloe Ricard Family identifies girl, 13, pronounced dead at Lawrence hospital

Veterans official on suspect identified in memorial vandalism: ?Pray for the guy?

The man, who was not identified, was taken into custody without incident Saturday morning by troopers and UMass Boston police officers, according to authorities.

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Ben Carson is Trump?s stooge at HUD
The administration cares nothing about the department?s mission of housing poor families and everything about deploying yet another arm of government to further its nativist goals. 2:32 p.m.

music review

Boston Calling gets off to a spirited start with some choice performances

Chvrches and Pale Waves contributed excellent sets Friday on a day that also included Greta Van Fleet and ended with headliner Twenty One Pilots.
Live updates: Follow along at Boston Calling Photos from Friday's Boston Calling performances

Here?s what you need to know about shopping at Newton?s first recreational marijuana shop

Garden Remedies in Newton started recreational marijuana sales Saturday on an appointment-only basis.

After racism uproar, MFA bans 2 members and pledges to change protocols

The Museum of Fine Arts said Friday it was banning two visitors who made racist comments to Dorchester middle school students last week from its grounds, while pledging to change its protocols for front-line staff and guards.
Editorial: Racist jibes must become a teaching moment for MFA and the city as a whole MFA director: ?We are imperfect, and we need to . . . raise our standards?

Your guide to Boston Calling

Recommended acts, what?s new this year, and a look behind the scenes at Boston?s big music festival

Irish famine memorial dedicated on Deer Island
The monument honors 850 Irish immigrants who died on the island while they were quarantined there. an hour ago

Cities and companies have been attacked by cyberweapon stolen from NSA
Baltimore has struggled with a cyberattack by digital extortionists that has frozen thousands of computers. 2:35 p.m.

Governor Baker defends state prison system, now under federal investigation
The probe, launched by the civil rights unit of the US attorney?s office in Massachusetts, is focused on reports of mistreatment of inmates.

?Not really if, it?s when?: Mass. marijuana pesticide ban prompts fears of crop failure
As the state?s cannabis industry scales up, business leaders say they have far more to lose because of Massachusetts? hard-line ban on pesticides.

Hawaii woman missing for 2 weeks is rescued in Maui forest

Amanda Eller was found alive after an extensive search that involved hundreds of volunteers and helicopters.

For women in Mass. on front lines of the fight to dismantle Roe v. Wade, hope mixes with skepticism

The abortion battle may be reaching an inflection point and some longtime antiabortion activists are encouraged, yet wary.
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He?s a real-life Matt Hooper

This shark researcher lives the dream-job that he saw Richard Dreyfuss portray in ?Jaws.?

Lynn Post Office renamed after one of the city?s most dedicated public servants

At 92, Thomas Costin is one of the last living postmasters appointed by a president before the postal service became an independent agency.

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Some of the best sports photos in Boston history

Bobby Orr flying through the air, Larry Bird with a victory cigar in his mouth, Jason Varitek serving A-Rod his just deserts. Here?s a look at some of the best sports photos in Boston history.

Students learn to speak Latin, ?the un-dead language?
Immersive Latin offers to make a historically elite subject more equitable.

Someone broke into his house. But they didn?t take anything ... they just cleaned it.
A Marlborough resident came home from work and was surprised to find his house had been thoroughly cleaned. But by whom?

Your view: Creepy cleanliness or unblemished blessing?

After shark attacks, is Cape Cod ready for tourist season?
Two shark attacks ? including the state?s first fatal attack since 1936 ? rattled beachgoers last year and sparked a still unresolved debate about how the vacation destination should respond.



Red Sox at Astros | 7:10 p.m. (Fox)

Game 52: Red Sox at Astros lineups and notes

David Price takes the mound for the second game of the series.