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Former State Chemist High At Work For Nearly 8 Years, Documents SayCourt documents released Tuesday say a former state chemist was high on drugs almost every day for the nearly eight years she worked at an Amherst drug lab.
Keller @ Large: May The Least Horrible Candidate WinJon says six months of fear and loathing lie ahead.
Longtime WBZ Traffic Reporter Scott Eck Announces Gender Change“It was when I was about 5 years old that something clicked in my head and I realized that I was different from most of the other kids around me."
Wednesday's Child: 11-Year-Old KelvinKelvin likes to please others. When is he not making people laugh, Kelvin likes to spend time outside playing basketball, skating boarding, riding his bike and exploring his neighborhood.
Daily Talker: New Poll Finds 50% Of Teens Feel Addicted To Their Cell PhoneA new poll finds 50 percent of teens feel addicted to their cell phones. One local expert says parents need to set rules and a good example.
I-Team: How To Regulate Marijuana EdiblesMarijuana edibles make up nearly half of the one billion dollar legal pot industry in Colorado. They are also among the most controversial aspects of legalization.

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The Golf Club: Improving Strength With Yoga, And Making Golf Friendly For KidsThis week on The Golf Club, Hardy takes a look at two very different topics.
White Sox Hold On For 4-1 Win Over Red SoxLeft-hander Jose Quintana pitched eight strong innings, and the Chicago White Sox held on for a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night.
Tom Brady, NFLPA Granted 14-Day Extension To File Motion For Rehearing By Second Circuit CourtTom Brady's newest attorney is now 1-for-1 in the DeflateGate case.
Felger & Mazz: Should Celtics Revisit DeMarcus Cousins Trade Talks?While many are dreaming about Kevin Durant becoming a Boston Celtic this summer, Felger & Mazz are trying to take a realistic approach to the offseason.
Beleskey, Krejci, Krug Undergo Successful Offseason SurgeriesA trio of Boston Bruins have undergone successful offseason surgeries, the team announced on Tuesday.
Bertrand: Not Sold On 2016 Version Of Hanley Ramirez"We overrate what Hanley has been, because we're just so happy he shows up and is a professional every day," said Beetle.

Boston's Best

Best Books To Give Mom For Mother's DayFrom memoir, to fiction, to poetry, to essays, these books are sure to please new and veteran mothers alike.
Best Bar Food In BostonTake the time to treat yourself to a moment with friends and colleagues in town. Revitalize your day, or wind it down in the atmosphere that fits best with any of these choice eat and drink-eries of Boston.
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 Cult Favorite RestaurantsThe food is fantastic; the menu is mouth-watering; and the customers are incredibly loyal. These are the 8 Greatest restaurants with cult-like followings.

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'Hamilton' Leads Tony Nods, Sets Record With 16 NominationsThe megahit musical "Hamilton" has grabbed a record-breaking 16 Tony Award nominations, the biggest haul in Broadway history and another notch in the show's march into theatrical history.
At Tony Award Nominations Tuesday, All Eyes On 'Hamilton'One thing practically assured on Tuesday is that the Broadway megahit "Hamilton" will get plenty of Tony Award nominations. The real question is how many.
“The Talk”, “The Price Is Right” Win At 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy AwardsIt was a big night for CBS at the Daytime Emmy Awards Show in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday night.

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Jay Talking Travel: Belgrade, SerbiaCheck out Belgrade's Hotel Moscow, visited by Einstein, Tesla, Ghandi, and De Niro.
A New Month, But Cool Weather PersistsA mild winter has not developed into a warm spring so far, and more cool air is in the forecast as we move into May.
Split Decision WeekendOur weather stays quiet for now...but the weekend features changes. I'll let you know which day is the weekend pick in today's "Beyond The Forecast".

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