Elizabeth Warren dashes to catch New York train, then takes a moment to talk politics, rib TMZ

A video posted by TMZ Monday night showed a determined Warren running full-speed to through New York’s Penn Station.

Boston, MA, 03/25/2019 -- Gordon Ernst (L) leaves Federal Court after being arraigned in connection with the College admissions scandal. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 26college Reporter: Milton Valencia

Coaches, test administrators in college scandal arraigned in Boston

The case has attracted nationwide publicity and has raised questions about the integrity of the college admissions system.

Peter Parente lives in one of the 12 remaining houses of the original 20 and is passionate about maintaining its historical integrity.

In Hyde Park, home is where the history is

12 of the homes along Fairmount Avenue are not ordinary. They are the remaining of 20 identical houses built in 1856 by The Fairmount Land Company and Twenty Associates.

Revere Ma. 10/24/20 Exterior of the New Market Basket Store in Revere that is set to open . Globe Staff/Photographer Jonathan Wiggs Topic: Reporter

Market Basket says stores are ‘ghost-free’ after reported sighting in Wilmington store

Rumors started flying after someone posted in a Facebook page for Wilmington residents that they had seen a specter in Victorian garb floating through the supermarket recently.

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Former State Police trooper sentenced to three months in prison in overtime scandal

Retired trooper Gregory Raftery, 48, of Westwood, was ordered to serve three months in federal prison for collecting pay for hours he did not work.

Ambulance hits minivan in Brockton, sending 3 to hospital

The ambulance driver, 48, was cited by police for failing to stop, officials said.

Two Boston firefighters remembered five years after deaths in Back Bay blaze

“We honor and remember the lives of Lt. Ed Walsh and FF. Michael Kennedy, who were tragically killed in the line of duty five years ago today,” the department tweeted.

Police respond to reports of gunshot at Natick hotel

Officers evacuated the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Route 9 and were searching for a suspect. Police have found no gunshot victims.

Woman charged with stabbing boyfriend with kitchen knife in Cambridge

A woman was arrested by Cambridge police after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend with a kitchen knife Monday night, police said.

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Chris O’Connell practiced his daily meditation and breathing exercises at Victory Park in Dorchester during last week’s mild temperatures.

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Is winter finally in our rear-view mirror?

Odds are we have seen the last of the accumulating snow this year.

This day in history

Today is Tuesday, March 26, the 85th day of 2019. There are 280 days left in the year.

Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins

Suffolk DA Rollins, ICE at odds over criminal justice memo

The memo lays out Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins’s criminal justice vision.

Worker struck by garbage truck in Dorchester

Police said the man was working off the back of the truck when he was struck and pinned to the wall of a building.

Worcester man pleads guilty to acting as ‘straw buyer,’ stealing gun from National Guard

Ruben Ramos admitted he purchased guns for other people under the pretense of buying them for himself at least twice, according to the US attorney’s office.

Burlington, Vt. police searching for “armed and dangerous” attempted murder suspect

Police in Burlington, Vt. are searching for a man who allegedly shot someone in the head Sunday morning, officials said.

Southborough man receives white powder in mail

A Southborough man received a card with a plastic bag containing white powder in the mail, officials said.

Jeremy Richman (center) with his wife Jennifer Hensel, who held a photo of their daughter, during a 2013 news conference.

Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide at Newtown’s town hall

Jeremy Richman, 49, the father of Avielle Richman, was found at the Edmond Town Hall, a movie theater and event space in Newtown, at about 7 a.m.

Beacon Hill scraps plans for legislative ‘trust fund’ but private donations remain

The proposal was built upon rules the House passed earlier this year, dictating that any funds the groups raised should be held in a dedicated account managed by the House’s business office.

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Norwell man dies in car crash

A 58-year-old Norwell man died in a car crash Sunday night in Norwell, officials said.

Woman struck, killed by train in Springfield

The woman was pronounced dead after being struck near Wason Avenue and Clinton Street around 3:35 p.m, police said.

Nine nurses at Maine Medical Center’s labor department are pregnant simultaneously

Nine nurses in the Portland, Maine, hospital’s labor and delivery unit are expected to give birth between April and July.

Three of the four chimneys at the former Brayton Point power plant are no more.

Chimneys at Brayton Point toppled to make way for wind energy port

After more than 50 years, three of the four chimneys at the Somerset power plant fell down Sunday as small charges of dynamite went off.

Governor Charlie Baker on the Mueller report: “I am loath to comment about a four-page letter that supposedly wraps up a two-year investigation.”

Baker wants to see full Mueller report before drawing conclusions

Baker, the state GOP’s de facto head, waded into the debate over the report with far more caution than other top Mass. Republicans.

Boston, MA - 3/25/19 Former trooper Eric Chin arrives at federal court for sentencing in the overtime fraud scandal. Photo by Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Topic: 26trooper

First state trooper sentenced in OT scandal avoids prison time

Eric Chin, 46, of Hanover was sentenced to a year of supervised release, including three months of home detention, and ordered to pay $7,000 in restitution.

Boston police Superintendent James G. Hasson will assume command of the Bureau of Professional Standards, which includes the Internal Affairs and Anti-Corruption divisions.

31-year-veteran to oversee Boston police professional standards bureau

Superintendent James Hasson’s domain includes administration of the Internal Affairs and Anti-Corruption divisions.

Quincy police search for man who assaulted, robbed woman in park

Police want the public’s help in finding a man who knocked a woman to the ground Monday and stole money from her purse.

A Department of Conservation and Recreation employee cleaned the memorial on Monday.

Cleanup progresses at Southie’s vandalized World War II memorial

A masonry cleaning specialist is testing out a combination of cleaning products that appear to have worked. The memorial was splattered with oil earlier this month.

East Boston, MA: 11-5-2017: Passengers wait on the platform as an MBTA Blue Line subway train arrives at the Suffolk Downs station in East Boston, Mass., 2017. (John Blanding/Boston Globe staff) story/Adam Vaccaro ( 05starts )

The MBTA is hiring for two social media jobs — and one pays $120,000

In an attempt to beef up its online presence and better interact with commuters, the MBTA has posted jobs for a manager of social media and director of social media.

Dog and cat adopted by Sudbury couple after calls from 100 people to MSPCA

A dog and cat pair turned in to the MSPCA almost two weeks ago were finally adopted together this weekend by a Sudbury couple, the organization said Monday.

Boston police arrest man on gun charge in Dorchester after finding weapon in car

Officers arrested Ken August, 45, around 9 p.m. Sunday near Stonehurst and Norton streets.

Riders have anxiously awaited the new Orange Line cars’ arrival.

MBTA’s Orange Line trains delayed again, this time until summer

The T said it’s waiting for a software fix before it can deploy the first of the long-awaited trains.

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Gloucester, MA, 03/20/2019 -- Greg Gibson, whose son Galen was killed in his college library in 1992 poses for a portrait at his home in Gloucester. Gibson has been working with his son's imprisoned killer to spread the message that guns are too easy for disturbed people to get. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 21nestorgibson Reporter:

How a Gloucester author and the man who killed his son teamed up on gun reform

One day last spring, Greg Gibson went to visit the man who murdered his son.

In a September 2016 photo, Yale's women's Head Soccer Coach Rudy Meredith gives a high five to a player after making a great play in a scrimmage, in Frankfort, Ky. According to the federal indictments unsealed Tuesday, March 12, 2019, Meredith put a prospective student who didn’t play soccer on a school list of recruits, doctored her supporting portfolio to indicate she was a player, and later accepted $400,000 from the head of a college placement company. (Doug Engle/Star-Banner via AP)

Former Yale soccer coach at center of college admissions scandal has cooperation agreement

The agreement was filed in the case against Rudolph “Rudy” Meredith, 51, head Yale women’s soccer coach from 1995 to November 2018.

Man killed in three-car crash in Dedham

The crash may have been caused when the driver of one of the vehicles crossed over a traffic island prior to the collisions, officials said.

Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan.

Middlesex DA Marian Ryan creates cold case unit

The unit will probe unsolved murders over the last 50 years.

Rudolph “Rudy” Meredith, the Yale head women’s soccer coach from 1995 through November 2018, has agreed to plead guilty to fraud related charges for his role in the scheme, records show.

Yale rescinds admission of student linked to college admissions cheating scandal

In a brief statement, a Yale spokesman confirmed Monday that the Ivy League school “has rescinded the admission of one student as a result of this matter.”

2 teenagers rescue Attleboro man who fell into pond

An Attleboro man was rescued by two local teenagers Saturday after falling off a wall and landing in a pond where he became trapped in brush, officials said.

New Hampshire man injured in snowmobile crash

Nicholas Erickson, 32, of Brookline, N.H., was riding on freshly groomed trails at approximately 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning when he hit an 8-foot snowbank in Ellsworth, N.H., authorities said.

Cyclist, 71, is killed in collision with another bicyclist in Lexington

The fatal crash on the Minuteman Bikeway occurred Sunday afternoon in what appeared to be a “terrible accident,” a police official said.

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State Police recovered cocaine, fentanyl and carfentanil on Friday after searching 18-year-old Etimilson Cabral on Friday.

Brockton man arrested with more than $50,000 in cocaine, opioids

Etimilson Cabral, 18, faces numerous charges after police found 423 grams of fentanyl and 87 grams of cocaine hidden in a safe in Cabral’s room.

Esma, who chose to give her first name only, held a candle near the 50 symbolic prayer rugs representing the victims of the mosque killings in New Zealand at an interfaith vigil in Lexington.

In the wake of New Zealand tragedy, Lexington holds interfaith vigil

Sunday’s vigil was organized by religious and civic groups.

2 arrested for trafficking cocaine in Springfield

Two men were arrested after police found an unregistered gun and narcotics in a Springfield apartment Friday morning.

Boston police say a window at the Prudential Center (center) was damaged during a Sunday morning shooting.

Boston men accused of firing gun, damaging Pru window

Mario Escobar, 28, of Roxbury and Carlos Perez-Mejia, 25, of Jamaica Plain will be arraigned Monday, police said.

14 displaced, including 10 children, in Springfield fire

A fire official said the fire was sparked by improper disposal of smoking materials on the house’s front porch.

Hampshire College professors, students, staff, and alumni spent about 30 minutes Sunday presenting their Reenvisioning Hampshire plan to college trustees.

Hampshire group presents plan to keep college independent

Professors, students, staff, and alumni pitched a proposal to trustees to stave off planned layoffs and set a course for restructuring the college.

BOSTON, 3/24/2019 - From left, Peter Snoad, 69 and Mindy Fried, 68, both of Jamaica Plain react to the released summary of the Mueller report on Boston Common. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Metro, Desk )

In Boston, frustration, relief as Mueller report findings come out

Bostonians had varied reactions to the news that the special counsel found no evidence that President Trump or his campaign had colluded with Russia.

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