It’s Monday, January 27th 2014, pitchers and catchers report to spring training two weeks from Saturday and Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is once again bringing up contract talks.
Jon Lester says he’s willing to take a hometown discount on his next contract to stay with the Boston Red Sox.
The Patriots need salary cap relief, so Ben Volin of the Boston Globe hypothesizes that the team will ask veteran nose tackle Vince Wilfork to retool his deal.
Toucher and Rich spoke with Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe on Tuesday morning after word came out that the Red Sox agreed to a 1-year deal with catcher A.J. Pierzynski.
When Holly Cassiano received a memo stating she was required to open up the Sears Hometown Store she owns at 7 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, she says she knew she had to take a stand.
The World Series champion Boston Red Sox have exercised their $13 million option on left-hander Jon Lester.
Mayor Menino is urging Boston’s City Council to veto an arbitrator’s award that would give Boston police officers a 25.4 percent pay increase over the next six years.
An arbitrator has ruled that Boston police officers should receive a 25.4 percent pay increase over the next six years, the city confirmed Friday night.
UMass Memorial Medical Center and the union representing 1,100 nurses have reached a tentative contract agreement that staves off a scheduled strike.
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