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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - The Boston Globe
Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that was held this week.
Connecticut's consumer protection commissioner said Thursday he remains confident in how his agency has vetted the state's newly selected medical marijuana producers, despite recently learning an employee at one firm had previously lost his license to run a marijuana facility in Colorado.
The losing bidder for the contract to run the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail service asked a judge Thursday to block the winning bidder from taking over as scheduled this summer.
State welfare officials appear to be doing a better job of rooting out possible food stamp fraud.
State Department of Correction officials and three prison guards have been disciplined over the 2009 death of a mental health patient at Bridgewater State Hospital.
Malcolm Rogers, the longest serving director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, has announced his retirement.
A commission looking at the viability of trying to bring the Summer Olympics to Boston in 2024 says finding space for an 80,000-seat Olympic Stadium and a 100-acre athletes' village would be major hurdles.
The MBTA's retirement fund board has been asked to appear at a hearing of the Legislature's Joint Committee on Public Service after a vote to keep the fund's performance secret.
Former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has paid the $65,000 fine he was assessed after he was convicted of federal corruption charges in 2011.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health confirmed two cases of measles in a suburb just west of Boston and issued a warning for other Framingham residents: You may be exposed to the highly contagious disease.
Harvard University, already awash in assets with a $32 billion endowment, just received a commitment from a hedge fund managing alumnus of $150 million, most of which will go to defray tuition for students.
Revere residents for and against a proposed Mohegan Sun casino held events ahead of a vote Tuesday on whether to approve the $1.3 billion project on 42 acres owned by Suffolk Downs.
Mayor Martin Walsh wants Pope Francis to visit Boston.
The family of a teenager who almost lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings has started a fund to explore limb regeneration and the use of stem cells to regrow bones and skin.
The Pentagon is trying to find a way to replace the soldier's old friend, caffeine, with something else: electrodes. The long-term goal is to increase the alertness and overall cognitive function of soldiers who sift through large amounts of data on the digital battlefield.