Many T riders favor late-night service

A flood of survey responses could provide a road map for night-owl MBTA service if legislators choose to pay for it.

Unions collide in Lynch-Markey Senate contest

Ill will over the AFL-CIO’s decision not to endorse Stephen F. Lynch in the Democratic primary against Edward J. Markey has roiled Mass. unions.

Siyani Chambers (left) and Laurent Rivard celebrate Harvard’s first NCAA Tournament victory, a 68-62 decision over third-seeded NewMexico.


No. 14 Harvard stuns New Mexico

The Crimson earned the first NCAA Tournament victory in school history by defeating the third-seeded Lobos.

3 dead in Marine base shooting

Three people, including the suspect, were killed in a shooting at Marine Base Quantico, a base spokesman said.

Rabbi Keith Stern will patch in his children in Africa and California for the family’s seder.

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Technology brings far-flung families together at Passover

Integrating modern technology into this family-oriented ritual is becoming more of a resource for families as they grow older and split apart.

State scours Twitter for sharing of MCAS test

During testing, officials troll Twitter for students who might be sharing answers or discussing questions on the Massachusetts exams.

“In some states, like if we play in California four times in a certain season, it gets pretty complicated, from what I understand,” said Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia.

Figuring athletes’ taxes is, well, taxing

The complicating factor for pro athletes is where they earn their money. With few exceptions, athletes owe income taxes in every state they play.

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Philly connection to Gardner Museum heist

So, 23 years later, the feds think it was pulled off by a combination of wiseguys from Boston and Philadelphia. Makes sense.

Snow days push schools into session on Good Friday

Caught in a scheduling bind ­after a harsh winter, Massachusetts schools are trying to squeeze in make-up days wherever they can.

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President Obama and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas criticized Israel for building settlements in the West Bank.

Obama tells Israelis, Palestinians to negotiate

Addressing an enthusiastic crowd of more than 2,000 people, Obama offered a fervent, unsparing case for why a peace agreement was both morally just and in Israel’s self-interest.


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Top (from left): Sam Riley as Sal Paradise, Kristen Stewart as Marylou, and Garrett Hedlund (right) as Dean Moriarty in “On the Road.”

This ‘Road’ does right by Kerouac

“On the Road” is a surprisingly effective adaptation of the Jack Kerouac classic, if no substitute for reading the book.

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