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As many as 2.7 million 'missing workers' haven't returned to the workforce because they have a financial cushion thanks to unemployment benefits and stimulus checks

27 minutes ago   |   Travel

A "help wanted" sign is posted outside of Dunkin Donuts in Boston. Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe/Getty Images JPMorgan estimates 36% of workers haven't returned to work...
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Astros' Valdez goes 8, beats Red Sox 9-1 for 3-2 ALCS lead

Astros' Valdez goes 8, beats Red Sox 9-1 for 3-2 ALCS lead

13 hours ago   |   Sport - News   |   2 articles

BOSTON - Framber Valdez was perfect through four, took a two-hit shutout into the seventh and became the first pitcher in the 2021 postseason to finish eight innings on...
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Eovaldi looks to save Red Sox season after bats go quiet

Eovaldi looks to save Red Sox season after bats go quiet

14 hours ago   |   Sport - News   |   2 articles

BOSTON - Following two weak performances in a row at the plate, the Boston Red Sox will turn to Nathan Eovaldi to try to save their season on just two days' rest.
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Dock Square Cafe in Boston's Financial District Has Closed

19 hours ago   |   Bar - Restaurant

Another breakfast and lunch spot in downtown Boston that catered to office workers has shut down. According to a tweet from kenjimallon, Dock Square Cafe on State Street in the...
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Blue Bottle Coffee Is Reopening Its Harvard Square Location

19 hours ago   |   Bar - Restaurant

A Cambridge location of a San Francisco-based coffee roaster that appeared to shut down permanently last spring is opening back up. According to a poster within the Friends of...
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Boston Beer to Partner with Campari to Bring Truly to Australia

Boston Beer to Partner with Campari to Bring Truly to Australia

20 hours ago   |   Drink - Wine

Truly Hard Seltzer will say g'day to a new market in February 2022. Boston Beer Company will partner with the Campari Group to bring Truly to Australia next year, the company...
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Goldman Sachs Retailer Survey: Truly Outperforming Hard Seltzer Segment, Out-of-Stocks Plague Beer Category

Goldman Sachs Retailer Survey: Truly Outperforming Hard Seltzer Segment, Out-of-Stocks Plague Beer Category

1 day ago   |   Drink - Wine

Retail sales of Boston Beer Company's Truly Hard Seltzer continued to increase in Q3, to an estimated +51% year-over-year, according to a recent “Beverage Bytes” retailer...
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Video: Sunny day with temps in 70s

Video: Sunny day with temps in 70s

1 day ago   |   News

Get the latest Boston-area weather forecast.
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Astros beat Boston, 9-2, to tie ALCS

Astros beat Boston, 9-2, to tie ALCS

1 day ago   |   News

The Red Sox and Astros are tied 2-2 in the ALCS with Game 5 scheduled for Wednesday.
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The First Restaurants in Boston's Chinatown: The 1960s

The First Restaurants in Boston's Chinatown: The 1960s

1 day ago   |   Bar - Restaurant

The decade of the 1960s were turbulent times, from the assassination of John F. Kennedy to the Vietnam War, from the Civil Rights movement to various riots, and much more. With...
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Family attorney: Strong probability that suspected remains found in Florida...

Family attorney: Strong probability that suspected remains found in Florida are Brian Laundrie's

Investigators also found a backpack and a notebook belonging to Brian Laundrie near the suspected remains while they were searching the Carlton Reserve in Florida. Read more ...

Scott Is Ready For a ‘Battle' Over His Kids With Kourtney After Her...

Scott Is Ready For a ‘Battle' Over His Kids With Kourtney After Her Engagement to Travis

Now that their mother is engaged, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's kids may be celebrating the holidays a little bit differently this year. For starters, Kourtney's... Read more ...

5 Veterans Quit Kyrsten Sinema's Advisory Council In Protest

5 Veterans Quit Kyrsten Sinema's Advisory Council In Protest

“You have become one of the principal obstacles to progress, answering to big donors rather than your own people,” the veterans told the Arizona senator. Read more ...

Democrats Split on Multiple Issues in Biden's Economic Agenda

Democrats Split on Multiple Issues in Biden's Economic Agenda

Negotiations continue among Congressional Democrats to rework tax and spending measures in the bill that would enact the bulk of President Joe Biden's economic agenda... Read more ...

Qatar Airways Goes Pink in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Qatar Airways Goes Pink in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

To mark Qatar Airways' continuous support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, passengers are being offered an exclusive ‘Think Pink' experience in the sky as well in Hamad... Read more ...

China Evergrande shares plummet after $2.6 billion asset sale falls through

China Evergrande shares plummet after $2.6 billion asset sale falls through

Shares of heavily indebted China Evergrande sank on Thursday after a $2.6 billion deal to sell the developer's assets to a smaller rival fell through. Once one of China's top... Read more ...

Police: Two dead after Fayetteville man shot woman then himself

Police: Two dead after Fayetteville man shot woman then himself

A Fayetteville man shot and killed a woman Thursday morning before shooting himself, police say. Read more ...

Coroner: 19-year-old dies after shooting in Colerain Township

Coroner: 19-year-old dies after shooting in Colerain Township

A 19-year-old woman is dead after a shooting in Colerain Township Wednesday. Read more ...

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires Reopens Main Tower

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires Reopens Main Tower

After more than a year and a half, the main tower of Four Seasons Hotel in Buenos Aires has reopened its doors for travellers to enjoy its luxurious suites. Read more ...

The US has officially shared more than 200M COVID-19 shots with the world

The US has officially shared more than 200M COVID-19 shots with the world

More than 100 countries and territories have received the doses from the U.S. Read more ...