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W. Roxbury couple charged in Ponzi scheme

Prosecutors allege the couple stole investors’ funds to pay for a flamboyant lifestyle in a multi-million-dollar scheme.

Hillary Clinton announces support for gay marriage

Clinton’s announcement puts her in line with other potential Democratic presidential candidates for the 2016 election.

State postpones MCAS test due to impending storm

A storm expected to bring heavy snow Tuesday morning has prompted the state to postpone the MCAS English composition test until next Monday.

Harvard, MIT win on US funds for overhead costs

About $10 billion a year of federal funds will continue to be channeled to such things as administrative salaries and building depreciation at US research institutions.

Therapist Kristen Homan, a social worker with Pediatric Health Care Associates in Peabody, puts away toys and games after a session with a 9-year-old child.

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Children’s access to mental care in Mass. is growing

An increasing number of pediatric practices are sharing space with mental health professionals, a move aimed at improving access.

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// Helping the mentally ill quit smoking

Those with mental illness tend to smoke more, and have a harder time quitting. But new efforts are underway to help them stop.

// Restoration Hardware has buzz, goods, but no permit

The 40,000-square-foot home goods store in the heart of the trendy Newbury Street shopping district still doesn’t have an occupancy permit.

Christopher L. Gasper

// NCAA Tournament continues a chaotic season

If the tournament is anything like the college basketball season that preceded it, then it’s going to be an unpredictable and thoroughly enjoyable ride.

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// St. Patrick’s Day parades

What began as an observation of the anniversary of Evacuation Day in 1901 morphed along the way into a celebration of Boston’s Irish traditions.