With reports that defensive tackle Vince Wilfork suffered a torn Achilles' tendon last night, Chad Finn wonders if it's time for ex-Patriot Richard Seymour and coach Bill Belichick to mend fences.
The Democratic-led Senate voted 54-46 to strip a one-year delay in the president's health care law from the House bill that would keep the government operating. (3:09 p.m.)
The attorney for Shayanna Jenkins accused prosecutors of using abusive legal tactics in an effort to pressure Jenkins into providing information against Aaron Hernandez. (2:43 p.m.)
Four-alarm fire hits historic Quincy building
Playoff-bound teams are full of former Red Sox players. Here's a review of familiar faces we'll see.
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A new study found that many people overpour wine based on certain biases, like the shape of the glass. This may lead them to under count how many drinks theyve had.
The Mass. GOP is pointing to an email from Mindy Myers, Warren's chief of staff, that had a campaign fundraising appeal despite campaign activity being banned during official Senate duty. (2:29 p.m.)
Clergy members from multiple faiths have formed a group opposing a casino at Suffolk Downs, and will pray, preach, and canvass to defeat the project. (2:14 p.m.)
Norwood police said the man was shooting video of his speedometer while driving more than 100 miles per hour on Route 1. (11:14 a.m.)
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Charlie Collier will speak Sept. 30 at the Boston Public Library about his journey through academia into Alzheimers.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has joined the growing list of consumer and health advocates who are urging federal regulators to ban sales of electronic cigarettes.
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A live bald eagle will serve as a mascot for Boston College at home football games this season, much to the dismay of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Accelerators, which act as mentorship programs for developed start-ups, can give you the resources you need to quickly grow your company. Here are a few based around Boston.
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