Bitter split muddles future of South End markets

Chris Masci, owner of New England Open Markets, chatted with Barbara Rietscha, owner of Stow Greenhouses. The South End Open Market at SoWa will move to a new location next year.

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The “SoWa” district market that began in 2004 with a handshake deal is splintering in one of the city’s uglier recent business divorces.

Study finds that daughters benefit when moms work

Daughters of working mothers are more likely to be employed, work more hours, and earn higher wages than women whose mothers stayed home full time.

// DraftKings, FanDuel team up to defend integrity of games

The companies issued a joint statement after a DraftKings employee, who won $350,000 on its rival’s site, said he posted stats early online.

// Judge dismisses Concord-Carlisle bullying lawsuit

Despite the ruling, the judge found the school’s response to Isabella Hankey’s complaints “ineffective and unreasonable.”

// Marco Rubio seeks his moment — just not too soon

The Florida senator is getting new attention as Republicans search for a candidate who can be viable in the general election.

Contentious labor negotiations are underway — again — between nurses and administrators at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

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Brigham and Women’s nurses worry about pay, safety

Long contract negotiations could be in store. And the secret to free parking in Longwood? Platelets.

It costs you $43 every time you wait for the doctor

A study says that cost surpasses the average out-of-cost pockets for the care itself, which is about $32.


// Claude Julien is staying cool on the hot seat

Julien is facing his biggest challenge as Bruins coach, but he has a plan and he has his bosses’ backing.

Road Scholar’s Suzanne Rommelfanger (left) and Alex Snyder, with Wistia’s Laura Powell.

Problem-solving emerges as a theme on HUBweek’s third day

A number of big names grabbed microphones and dove head-first into some of the area’s — and world’s — biggest issues.

Officials investigating water main break in North End

Prince Street will have to be closed, at least between Salem and Hanover streets, for a large portion of the day.

Joan Kennedy was seen during a formal ceremony to dedicate the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate in March.

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Joan Kennedy denies working with son on his new book

“I had no knowledge that Patrick was writing a book and did not assist him in the project,” she said via e-mail.

// What are the rules regarding memoirs and privacy?

Patrick Kennedy’s book has sparked conversations about his decision to reveal intimate family details.


// Step 4 on the path to redemption and recovery

Patrick Kennedy’s book is shocking because the family has tried so hard to control its narrative.

// Heart attack eyed as cause of pilot’s death on Boston-bound flight

A flight attendant who was a former emergency room nurse sprang to action, but could not save the pilot; the first officer landed the plane.

// Family, friends wait for word on cargo ship’s fate

Seven mariners with area ties were among 33 aboard the El Faro, believed sunk in Hurricane Joaquin.

// Falling rock may have led to Amtrak derailment in Vt.

Three cars plunged down a steep embankment in Monday’s incident, and at least seven people were hurt.

// Canadian, Japanese physicists receive Nobel Prize

Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald discovered the ‘‘chameleon-like’’ nature of neutrinos, organizers said.

// New commuter rail schedules will target delays, MBTA says

The schedules will be released later this month and go into effect around Nov. 30, the transit agency said.

Opinion & Ideas

Opinion Reel

// Announcing the Fall 2015 selections

Watch these nine short films that have something to say — about family, identity, community, mopeds.

Ground Game

// Sanders draws big crowds in Mass. campaign swing

Bernie Sanders addressed a near-capacity crowd of 20,000 in Boston, with a few thousand more in an overflow area.

The Big Picture

Samer Shkeer, a Syrian refugee, prays after crossing the Mediterranean to the shore of Skala Sykamnia on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on Sept. 11.

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Perilous crossings

Globe photographer Craig F. Walker documented the plight of refugees and migrants looking for a better life in Greece.


// Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a second chance as CEO

The company hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to end nearly a decade of financial losses.



// On day one of Synod 2015, conservatives strike first

The traditionalist camp isn’t going to just counter-punch this time around.