Apr. 11, 2012 Updated: 9:57 AM
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Here is where to head to in and around the Hub for the most important meal of the day.
A passerby spotted the unidentified body around 8 a.m. in the reservoir police searched in February for missing Boston College student Franco Garcia. (Globe, 9:41 a.m.)
Terry Francona is still smarting from the way his relationship with the Red Sox ended last fall, and he'll skip next week's celebration. (Globe)
Fenway Park - which turns 100 in 2012 - may remain a fixture in time, but the neighborhood around it has been evolving. Check out new developments and additions.
Following an earlier 8.6-magnitude quake, Indonesia has now issued a fresh tsunami warning after an 8.2 aftershock shook its western coast. (AP, 8:59 a.m.)
Rick Santorum's decision allows Mitt Romney to start
the healing process from a divisive primary while also appealing to independents for the general election. (Globe)
Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Boston's fiscal good fortune are due to a decline in health costs and 2011's deal for unions to pay a larger share of premiums. (Globe)
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Edmund F. “Ted’’ Kelly earned an average of nearly $50 million a year from 2008 to 2010, making him one of the highest-paid corporate executives in the US.
Two University of Massachusetts institutes have found themselves at opposite sides of a broiling debate over cutting the Pentagon budget.
A free society values freedom of association — including having men-only golf clubs.
The diverse menus of Fuji 1546 in Kendall Square and Moko in South Boston have found high demand.
As the Red Sox return to Fenway on Friday for the season opener against the Rays, the ballpark’s executive chef comes home as well.
A new 9,000-square-foot farm stand, three times the size of its predecessor, has emerged on the corner of Forest Street and busy Central Avenue in Needham.
The ABC sitcom is more than your average “friends in New York get up to hilarious hijinks” fare.
With runners are making final preparations for the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon next week, we wondered what these runners should eat?
Kofi Annan seeks
Iran's help in Syria crisis
Special envoy Kofi Annan said today that Iran could help solve the crisis in Syria, where activists reported fresh violence a day before an international cease-fire is supposed to take effect.
Economic uncertainty will play
a key role in presidential tilt
A former Mitt Romney adviser said Tuesday that economic uncertainty makes President Obama vulnerable in his bid for reelection, but he stopped short of predicting a Romney victory.
April is college decision time for many students and families across Massachusetts. Acceptance letters have been received and now the hard part begins – deciphering the financial aid awards.
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Familiar sitcom tropes do pop up, including wacky neighbors and two roommates who start out at odds. But “Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23” pushes all of those familiar concepts to new, and often hilarious, limits.
Even on your special day, there's nothing wrong with being a bit frugal. Try these 10 ways to save on your big day without sacrificing your dream wedding.
Spring is in the air, meaning it won't be long until you start packing the car up for a family vacation. Take a trip through some kid-friendly family getaway spots across the nation.
Share a photo of your baseball-loving pet for a chance to win tickets and Purina pet food. This is Fenway, owned by Richard from West Roxbury.
Dorchester Tire Service: Celebrating 50 years! $24.99 for an oil change, tire rotation, and visual brake check (worth $52)
Getting antsy with your current home but not quite ready to leap into the market?
Before you drive out of the Bay State, here are a few things to do to make sure your car will survive the trip.
They supposed to help, but they could hurt, so pick the people who will vouch for you very carefully.