High Winds And Possible Hypothermia Cut Lowell Regatta Short

October 5, 2015

The 36th annual Textile River Regatta competition in Lowell ended early after several people were hospitalized for possible hypothermia.

A Huge Rally And ‘Saturday Night Live': Analyst Discusses Presidential Hopefuls’ Weekend

October 5, 2015

Boston Globe political reporter James Pindell gave his weekly update on the N.H. presidential primary.

Forecast: Chilly Today, But Week Will Warm Up

October 5, 2015

Today will be the chilliest day of the work week, with temperatures struggling to reach 60 degrees.

Red Sox End Disappointing Season With 3-1 Loss To Indians

October 5, 2015
David Ortiz, right, is tagged out by Cleveland Indians’ Giovanny Urshela while attempting to steal third base during the first inning of a baseball game, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Cleveland. The Red Sox lost the game 3-1. (Ron Schwane/AP)

The Red Sox were 78-84 on the season, and ended in last place in the AL East for the second year in a row.

Activists Protest What They Call A Housing Crisis In Boston

October 4, 2015

Neighborhood organizations say Boston is in the midst of a housing crisis in which landlords are displacing the poor and traditional communities of color.

Cape Superintendents Say Home Visits Are Rare, If Ever

October 4, 2015

Cape Cod superintendents say they don’t go to students’ homes to make sure residency requirements are being met, as a Mashpee schools superintendent did last week.

John Farrell Will Return As Red Sox Manager In 2016 After Undergoing Cancer Treatment

October 4, 2015
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell completed chemotherapy treatments in Boston this past week. (Carlos Osorio/AP)

The Boston Red Sox say manager John Farrell will be back next season after leaving the team to undergo cancer treatment.

Judge To Rule On Temporary Halt To Cape Herbicide Spraying

October 4, 2015

A judge is weighing whether to impose a temporary ban on spraying herbicides beneath overhead power lines in parts of Cape Cod.

Knives And Cabbage Fly At Giant ‘Kraut Mob’ In Boston

October 4, 2015
Jeremy Ogusky (right) at a kraut mob, or a sauerkraut-making event, at Powisset Farm in Dover. (Andrea Shea/WBUR)

With 250 pounds of cabbage waiting to be chopped, massaged, salted, squished into jars, Jeremy Ogusky is ready to expose newbies to the world of fermented foods at Sunday’s Boston Fermentation Festival.

Red Sox Drop To AL East Cellar With 2-0 Loss To Indians

October 4, 2015
Cleveland Indians’ Carlos Santana slides safely into second base with a double as Boston Red Sox's Xander Bogaerts attempts to make the tag during the eighth inning of a baseball game (Ron Schwane/AP Photo)

Boston fell into the division cellar on Saturday night, managing three hits off reigning Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber in a 2-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

Sanders Draws Tens Of Thousands To Rally At Boston Convention Center

October 4, 2015
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders pauses during a campaign rally in Springfield on Saturday. Later that day, Sanders spoke to thousands at a campaign rally in Boston. (Michael Dwyer/AP)

Roughly more than 25,000 people attended the Democratic presidential candidate’s Boston speech Saturday.

Airmen Killed In Afghanistan Crash Identified

October 3, 2015
A U.S. Airman stands at a parade rest during a fallen comrade memorial ceremony in Afghanistan held in honor of the six airmen who died in a plane crash on Oct. 2, 2015. (Senior Airman Cierra Presentado/U.S. Air Force)

The Department of Defense confirmed that Nathan Sartain of Pensacola, Florida, and Kcey Ruiz of McDonough, Georgia were among the six U.S. airmen killed in the crash.

Ortiz Homers In Return But Red Sox Lose 8-2 To Indians

October 3, 2015

David Ortiz’ 37th home run of the season wasn’t enough as the Boston Red Sox lost to the Cleveland Indians 8-2 Friday night.

Ex-Priest Who Raped Boy Will Be Freed

October 2, 2015

Ronald Paquin, a former Haverhill priest who raped an altar boy will soon be free after spending more than a decade in prison.

Sen. Ted Cruz Swings Through Boston For Presidential Campaign Fundraiser

October 2, 2015
Republican presidential candidate, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (Carlos Osorio/AP/File)

The Republican presidential candidate told a group of about 60 supporters that Massachusetts is going matter in the GOP primary.

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