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The “Monster Next Door” Case Closes a Chapter

Six years after we first wrote about the case, a former New Hampshire resident suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide is being deported back to Rwanda.


Please, PLEASE Stop Changing the Name of the Waterfront Pavilion Concert Venue


Parking in the North End Has Never Been Worse. Here’s How to Beat It


What I Learned From Walking All Over Town

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Why Everyone Is (Still) So Obsessed with Boston

The view from inside our beloved city, through the eyes of the internet.


Divorce 101

In Massachusetts, anyone with children seeking a divorce is required to take a parenting class. Whether it does any good, well, that’s another matter.

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Real Estate

Bostonians Are Moving to Vermont—and Vermonters Aren’t Happy About It

They’re taking advantage of the wide-open spaces during the pandemic—and driving up housing prices in the process.


Back-to-Back Earthquakes Are a Reminder: Massachusetts Is on Shaky Ground

Quakes like the 3.6 magnitude one outside New Bedford can, and will, happen again. Maybe soon.


Could the Social-Distancing Era Make New Englanders More Friendly?

Isolating times has made me much chattier with strangers—and I’m not alone. Here’s why that’s a good thing.


A Shakeup at the Cape’s Most Exclusive Golf Club Leaves Some Members Worried

Golf tycoon David Southworth and financier Joe Deitch are parting ways, but they insist there’s no trouble in paradise.

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From senators eyeing the presidency to a mayor ruling over a changing city, here’s what our politicians are up to.


Till Death Do Us Part

Katie McLean thought her marriage to a celebrated surgeon would last a lifetime. Then her body was discovered in a pond. Inside the suburban romance turned nightmare that rocked the town of Dover.


And They’re Off!

Ready for the biggest race yet in New Boston politics? Here comes the 2021 mayoral election.

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Five New Hobbies to Distract Yourself from the Horrifying Prospect of a Quarantined Boston Winter

A supremely helpful guide to your next six months and/or years.

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As Election Euphoria Fades, a Weary Boston Asks: “Now What?”

Optimism after a Biden win is getting tempered by the challenges at hand.


The Interview: Tommy Amaker

Teach, lead, serve. These are the words Harvard basketball coach Tommy Amaker lives by. Now he’d like a few words with you.



Marijuana legalization, healthcare changes, and all the other referendums shaking up Mass.


What It’s Like to Be a Pollster when the Results Look Like…This

It’s not easy being the guy with the crystal ball in a presidential election, even when you get it right.


See What the MBTA Thinks about Our Story about Workers Not Wearing Masks

We asked T workers why they weren’t wearing masks, and the answers didn’t make anyone happy.

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Quiz: Are You Ready to Make a Move?

Quarantine has made us all reconsider some of our life choices.


What the Hell Is about to Happen in Boston This Week?

As Boston and every other city prepares for the worst, no one can say for certain what comes next.

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