One person accusing Paul Collins, 62, of sexual abuse during the late 1970s punched the swim coach in the head after he found the man had climbed into bed with him, court records said. Collins pleaded not guilty today to multiple charges. (3:14 p.m.)
Responses to a story about Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center nurses who treated bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are pouring in. (2:16 p.m.)
The state wants to implement electronic-only payments systems on major roads starting with the Tobin Bridge tolls, the state transportation secretary said. (3:18 p.m.)
There were 600 guests at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston's 8th Annual House Party, which raised more than $2.5 million at the home of Stephanie and John Connaughton of Chestnut Hill.
The double-IPA made by The Alchemist in Vermont is the No. 1 beer in the world, but is that enough to get it to Boston? (2:09 p.m.)
Wouldn't it be fun to ride along Revere Beach in this Volkswagen Beetle Convertible TDI?
Pedro Martinez added a twist to the legend about whiskey shots the 2004 Red Sox purportedly took during the ALCS against the Yankees. (11:48 a.m.)
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