When you walk into any Market Basket, you see those retro pink and white linoleum tiles on the floor. Full Story
One of the nicest aspects about living in New England is our lack of weather extremes. Sure, we have the occasional oppressive summer and never-ending winter, but we can only imagine how people in the Midwest and Southwest deal with the constant threat of devastating tornadoes and withering drought. Full Story

Oh, brother, Petti star in own right at Tewksbury

TEWKSBURY -- Tewksbury High senior center Ryan Petti is an electrifying performer who has been scoring goals, piling up points and bewildering goalies throughout his four-year varsity hockey career. Full Story
Dracut High cheerleaders are national champs

DRACUT -- From a blizzard of confetti to a blizzard of snow -- and congratulations. Sixteen members of the Dracut High School cheerleading squad and their coaches triumphantly returned home Monday after being declared the No. Full Story
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Google: YouTube is so overloaded staff cannot filter content

BRUSSELS (AP) — Internet giant Google said Wednesday that its video-sharing website YouTube is so inundated that staff cannot filter all terror related content, complicating the struggle to halt the publication of terrorist propaganda and hostage videos. Full Story
E.J. Dionne Jr.: The changing culture wars

01/28/2015 07:35 AM EST
WASHINGTON -- The old culture war politics is dying, but new culture wars are gathering force. The transformation of the battlefield will change our public life.  
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Jamie Gass: It's not rocket science: Restore history MCAS test
01/28/2015 07:55 AM EST - Today marks the anniversary of the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger tragedy. "We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning," President Ronald Reagan told the nation, "as they. Full Story

Peter Lucas: Belichick sounded like Obama's 'air' apparent
01/27/2015 07:33 AM EST - Forget the Massachusetts Statehouse. If U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz were really interested in fighting the "culture of corruption" in Massachusetts, she would have the FBI swarming Gillette Stadium, not Beacon Hill. Full Story

Michael Goldman: Got to love it that ...
01/26/2015 03:03 PM EST - Back from my first vacation in seven years. Of course, in honor of my friend and client Boston Mayor Martin J. Full Story

George F. Will: Vermont's Sanders has mountains to climb
01/26/2015 09:02 AM EST - WASHINGTON -- The young man who answered the phone in the Senate office of Vermont's Bernie Sanders told the caller, a would-be campaign contributor, that it is illegal for funds to be accepted on federal property. Full Story

Marisa DeFranco: Taxes matter -- especially to those not in Congress
01/26/2015 09:26 AM EST - Taxes do matter, but not in the boring binary way as it is always presented to us: Democrats tax too much, Republicans tax too little. Full Story

'Togetherness' explores brotherly love
01/25/2015 11:18 AM EST - Steps have been taken to avoid any mix-up distinguishing the voices -- Mark's from Jay's -- when the tape is transcribed. Full Story

Pet reptile not a lizard, Lithuanian student finds out

VILNIUS, Lithuania (AP) — A baby caiman has found a new home at a Lithuanian zoo after its previous owner tried to sell it online, apparently upon realizing that the pet reptile he was raising in his bathroom wasn't a harmless lizard. Full Story
Review: Something's missing from the deck in 'Wild Card'

It becomes quickly clear in "Wild Card," the latest vehicle for the hunky, brooding British action star Jason Statham, that his character doesn't need a gun to maim or kill. Full Story
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Chris Pratt playing Indiana Jones?

'Jurassic World’s star rumored to take lead in Disney’s reboot of the franchise.