Apr 3, 2024 - News

🔙 BTMU: Former Sox prez dead

Illustration of an MBTA third rail sign that reads DANGER, BACK THAT MASS UP, with lightning bolts.

Illustration: Brendan Lynch/Axios

Larry Lucchino, the president of the Red Sox who led the team to World Series victory between 2002 and 2015, died at age 78. (Globe)

  • Lucchino was also chairman of the Jimmy Fund from 2016 until his death.

WeWork could be out of bankruptcy protection by the end of the month after restructuring its money-losing real estate holdings. (Bloomberg)

The MBTA has made progress hiring new employees to keep the trains running on time, but a new report says the agency still has a long way to go. (SHNS)

A cement truck struck and killed a person in a wheelchair under the southeast Expressway underpasses in the South End yesterday. (NBC10)

Gov. Maura Healey will freeze some state hiring because of lower than expected tax collections. (Globe)

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