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FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — The Red Sox had a big lead in last year's opener at Yankee Stadium. Still, Dustin Pedroia slid headfirst trying to beat out his grounder.
Jon Lester said Monday the Red Sox have not yet opened negotiations on a contract extension with his agents. But he hopes that day is coming.
MOSCOW (AP) -- A trade ban on lacy lingerie has Russian consumers and their neighbors with their knickers in a twist.
Boston-area airline passengers sick of long security lines—and taking off their shoes— can now apply directly for expedited screening privileges at airports around the country. The Transportation Security Administration is in the process of opening
Some of these weapons sound like something out of "Star Wars," but with real lasers and electric guns, the future is now.
Dan & Dave Andelman dive into 4 hearty, heartwarming bowls of slow simmered bolognese sauce, including Tempo in Waltham, Teresa's in Middleton, and Sportello in Fort Point.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White skated brilliantly as pairs ice dancing came to a close today in Sochi.
Nameberry.com, a website dedicated to baby names, predicts 12 trends in baby names for 2014. We share them with you, as well as some local kids who are ahead of the trend and lay claim to the names already. We also share celebrity parents who have chosen names like Lincoln and Penelope (both on the trendy list). And, finally, we give you our prediction for a name trend in New England. Can you guess what it is?
You're going to want to keep those shoveling muscles loose—the dry weather today belies the wet forecast for this week that predicts we'll see half a foot of snow by tomorrow evening.
SOCHI, Russia (AP) -- American skier Bode Miller is responding to criticism of an NBC post-race interview by saying it was a 'crazy emotional moment.'
SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Hotel guests are walking, unchecked, past unused metal detectors. Security guards are no longer poking around at the pockets and ankles of every single person entering Olympic facilities. Tangerines and bottles of Coke are making it through security barriers that banned them two weeks ago.
Local health officials in western Massachusetts are working to phase out the sale of tobacco products by seeking to curb tobacco sales in Berkshire County.