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1 Brookline delays changing outdoors mask mandate
2 Head removed from statue at Waltham church
3 Advice gardeners
4 Younger investors flock to Fidelity
5 SpaceX launches, lands Starship in first successful flight
6 Facebook’s non-decision on banning Trump settles nothing
7 Procession honors Plainville firefighter who returns home after life-threatening battle with COVID-19
8 The Sports Museum honors the winners of the 2021 Will McDonough Writing Contest
9 Massachusetts shoe company executive pleads guilty to embezzling $30m
10 Biden open to compromise on infrastructure, jobs plan
11 Alex Verdugo's certainly made a home for himself at Fenway Park
12 Mass. Lottery cashes first remote ticket
13 Broadway readies imminent ticket sales for a fall reopening
14 Natick library to reopen on limited basis June 1
15 Game 31: Tigers at Red Sox lineups and notes
16 Moderna booster shots show encouraging results against variants
17 Dog adopted from Douglas shelter after six months
18 Massachusetts sets marijuana sales records around 4/20 holiday
19 Disapproving views of Copley Square redesign
20 Families, advocates mark day of awareness for Indigenous victims
21 Judge throws out remaining gun charge against Sean Ellis in 1993 killing of Boston police officer
22 A Black teenage girl was found dead in Hopkinton. As her family seeks answers, rumors and outrage mount
23 Biden administration backs waiver of intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines
24 Office Depot aims to split as Staples pursues acquisition
25 Governor Baker keeps including ball pits on his reopening lists. But will anyone jump in again?
26 Photos: Scenes from Harris’s visit to Rhode Island
27 US Justice Department worried about Arizona Senate recount
28 In reversing a Trump labor rule, Biden administration takes aim at ‘gig economy’
29 Male injured after being trapped between dumpster, wall at Boston Children's Hospital loading dock
30 Two Asian American women stabbed in San Francisco attack
31 Here are 13 organizations raising money for COVID-19 relief in India
32 Deposing Liz Cheney would be the wrong move
33 Family of man killed by police say officer who fired weapon was untruthful about wearing a body camera
34 Fights break out immediately in Capitals-Rangers rematch
35 Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce could shake up philanthropy
36 Uninterrupted conversations lead to monologues
37 'Walk Around The World' fund-raiser joins two continents
38 What is Rhode Island Independence Day?
39 This Cinco de Mayo, indulge in some tacos
40 A cool, dreary start to the workweek
41 Mike Pence to visit New Hampshire in June
42 Direct Tire founder Barry Steinberg dies at 75
43 ‘We have really heart-wrenching facts.’ As community mourns Dorchester stabbing victims, gruesome details emerge at arraignment of man charged
44 What burnt-out moms really want for Mother’s Day
45 Canada authorizes Pfizer vaccine for age 12 and older
46 Judge orders release of memo on Russia probe
47 Letters to the editor of Globe Magazine
48 Amazon pledges $1 million to Boston arts organizations
49 CVS, Walgreens see golden opportunity slip away as vaccines wane
50 Judge strikes down CDC’s national moratorium on evictions
51 How to determine your personal risk once vaccinated
52 In divisive vote, Wakefield residents back keeping school’s Native American logo
53 Rally held for Brookline firefighter
54 EU regulators start review of China’s Sinovac vaccine
55 Supreme Court skeptical of low-level crack offender’s case
56 Recalling when the magic happened at Presto Records
57 Charts: Recent COVID-19 data shows promising indicators for Mass.
58 Documentary series revisits 2002 Washington sniper case
59 Firefighter Gerald Alston wins his fight against Brookline — again
60 Brookline, Salem cautious as they continue local COVID-19 outdoor mask mandates
61 Is an era of fare-free buses coming to Boston?
62 These companies made the Boston Globe's Top Places to Work list based on diversity and inclusion
63 R.I. House approves minimum staffing standards for nursing homes
64 Here’s a look at the Copley Square redesign plan
65 A year after losing Tom Brady, the Patriots finally have a long-term plan at quarterback: Mac Jones
66 Authorities identify woman killed in Lawrence crash
67 What if we turned empty offices into housing?
68 Biden quadruples Trump refugee cap after delay backlash
69 Rangers outhit Red Sox to carve out a victory
70 Can Kim Janey ‘act’ her way into the job?
71 Florida teen charged as adult in rigged homecoming election
72 Heavy rains making for a damp day
73 Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist, contemporary art collector and entrepreneur, has died
74 Mass. commits over $70 million for summer programs to combat learning loss during the pandemic
75 Celtics shortcomings once again resurface
76 Reading Raymond Chandler and other mysteries
77 Checking in on the Yankees’ horrible start, and other thoughts
78 Who lives in ‘glass houses’? Not Andrea Campbell.
79 Protesters at Moderna’s Cambridge headquarters call for vaccine patent waivers, expanded global access
80 While most Boston schools remained closed, McKinley opened its doors. Yet almost no one came
81 Call Republican opposition to D.C. statehood what it is: Racist
82 Cold? What a perfect excuse to spend the day watching TV
83 How did the Red Sox beat the best pitcher in baseball with a group of pitchers other teams gave away?
84 It’s time for employers to impose vaccine mandates
85 Lowell is an immigrant city on the precipice of change
86 Con men, crooks, coatholders, and cameras
87 ‘Freaks and Geeks’ and clueless network suits
88 Everett police investigating vandalism at Black church as hate crime
89 Franchy Cordero’s struggles testing Red Sox patience as potential help closes in
90 A jewel in the crown of California’s democracy
91 88 Acres makes allergy safe snacks and dressings
92 Lexington confronts history of slavery in liberty’s birthplace
93 Three Boston men arrested for Newton burglaries
94 Houses in Greater Boston cost more than ever last month
95 Gisele Bündchen joins DraftKings as special adviser for environmental and social initiatives
96 The demand for homes in Greater Boston is high, but few owners are selling
97 Why has the Patriots’ recent drafting been so poor?
98 Health officials struggle to contain Boston HIV outbreak
99 Is this heaven? No, it’s Worcester
100 Taking on the Sacklers in ‘Empire of Pain’