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Clay Buchholz didn't have his finest outing on Tuesday, but it was an encouraging one for his spring debut.
A lawyer for Good Chemistry told the Boston City Council that the firm is negotiating with a landlord for another site.
Annie Dookhan was the main “actor” for tainting drug evidence, but there are questions about 2,300 other cases not handled by her, a report found.
Organizers of the parade in South Boston said no to a second application to march from MassEquality.
A pet parakeet named “Birdie” is recovering after being trapped in her Milton owner's vacuum cleaner.
President Obama is swooping into Boston to raise money for the Democratic National Committee on Wednesday, less than a week after Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey and former governor Mitt Romney held a major fund-raiser for the Republican Party in Boston. About 25 donors have shelled out as much as $32,400 to attend a small “round-table discussion” with Obama in Cambridge and another 70 donors have given $5,000 to $20,000 to attend a fund-raising dinner later in the evening at Artists for Humanity in South Boston. Earlier in the day, Obama will stop in Connecticut to push for an increase in the federal minimum wage, an issue he has made a centerpiece of his domestic agenda.
We thought it might be fun to see how Travolta might butcher the Red Sox players names if he were asked to announce the starting lineup at Fenway Park.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Wild traded for goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov on Tuesday in conjunction with their decision to shut down ailing veteran Niklas Backstrom.
The Bruins will be without Loui Eriksson tonight when they take on the Florida Panthers at TD Garden.
The Red Sox took on their division rival today, and the outcome wasn't pretty. Tampa Bay won, 8-0, in Fort Myers.
BOSTON (AP) — A Peabody man has been sentenced to seven years in federal prison for leading an identity fraud ring that cost retailers nearly $400,000.
Despite playing 16 games for the first time in his career, Julian Edelman is not necessarily someone the Patriots should bank on going forward, writes Chad Finn.
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts-based Cumberland Farms convenience store chain has reached an agreement to sell more than two dozen stores in New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
What if you were handed the keys to the 2014 Red Sox? From the decisions to the pressure of defending a World Series title, your emotions could vary. Browse these choices and tell us what you'd do.
Sam Berns, the 17-year-old who was honored by the Patriots before dying of a rare disease, will have an athletic field named for him at his school.