The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe is an American daily newspaper founded and based in Boston, Massachusetts. The newspaper has won a total of 26 Pulitzer Prizes.



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Latest Articles

In seven songs, these Boston artists gave voice to resistance, persistence, and Black joy

The renowned nun, artist, and one-time Boston resident Sister Corita opined that art “does not come from thinking, but from responding.” Music exemplifies this notion. 2020 delivered a call to action for Boston-based musicians to persist through resistance — and luckily for us, even grow artistically.
By Hassan Ghanny
• The Boston Globe

Roland Morse III, 79: A lifetime love of horses

He had a tough-sounding nickname, but Roland Victor Morse III was gentle and kind. Known as Spike, he was giving and always willing to help. He had a warm personality that charmed adults and children alike. In his free time, Spike volunteered at the First Congregational Church of Revere with his wife, Kathy Morse. On Sundays, they helped run the nursery, where Spike loved playing with the children as much as they loved playing with him.
By Mihiro Shimano
• The Boston Globe

A rousing tale of autism, parenting, and swimming

“Swim Team” tells the rousing, sometimes gut-wrenching story of a group of young people who have joined a competitive team for children with disabilities — in this case, autism spectrum disorders. The film, which screened earlier this year as part of the Independent Film Festival Boston, will show several times through Oct. 19 (beginning Sunday) at the Museum of Fine Arts.
By Shanna Belott
• The Boston Globe

Armed with confidence, Northeastern’s Sam Jacobsak took a $20,000 shot with Phillies - The Boston Globe

In a year in which many college baseball players are returning to school because of a shortened draft and stiffer bonus constraints, the 22-year-old Milton High grad is jumping to the pros after his junior year.
By Greg Levinsky
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Medical community struggles with own opioid dilemma: How to heal the healers?

Published on the front page of The Boston Globe: Medical professionals are far from immune to opioid misuse. In fact, due to their easy access to pain medication and the high stress levels that come with treating patients, they may be especially susceptible. But many clinicians say they are often denied access to medication approved to help them recover from opioid addiction, precisely because they practice medicine.
By chiara eisner
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Millions of voters’ personal information is being bought and sold on the dark web

The day after the voting technology failure in Iowa, the Globe published my story highlighting another aspect of the complexities and unknowns related to election technology: A massive dataset of voter registration information from 81 million Americans has been sold dozens of times on dark markets, sparking fears of identity theft and fraud. Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea told me keeping voter registration information accessible allows the public to hold officials to account. I covered the both sides of the evolving story.
By chiara eisner
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Newton restricts sales of e-cigarettes to 21-and-over stores

The Newton Health and Human Services Department has adopted a regulation that will restrict e-cigarette sales to two existing tobacco stores that have a 21-and-up age limit in an effort to protect minors from lung illness and addiction.
By Hannah Schoenbaum
• The Boston Globe