Nine months after winning the World Series, the Red Sox unloaded five key members of that championship team Thursday, including Jon Lester. Boston Herald sports writer Steve Buckley puts the flurry of high-profile trades into context.
The Massachusetts and New Hampshire attorneys general also reminded the company that its decisions have "broad implications."
Envoys will also travel to Cairo to negotiate a possible longer peace deal.
Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo says some residents' insurance may not cover the tornado damage.
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's family-friendly (and free) “Twelfth Night” production on Boston Common is a good way to introduce one’s children to Shakespeare. Ed Siegel says there is fun to be had, if not a fully satisfying celebration.
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