May 10, 2024 - News

🔙 BTMU: Celts lose

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

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The Cavaliers beat the Celtics last night and tied up the playoff series with one win each. (ESPN)

Casino operator Wynn put plans for a $400 million expansion to the Encore Boston Harbor casino on hold because of a dispute over how much to pay the town of Everett. (Globe)

Boston's Professional Women's Hockey League team still doesn't have a name, but they're headed to the playoffs. (GBH News)

The 1957 mortgage note for JFK's Hyannisport "summer White House" is up for auction. (CC Times)

  • It's an IOU between the then-U.S. Senator and his wealthy father to pay back $50,000 for 111 Irving Ave., part of the famed Kennedy Compound.

A man allegedly threatened to stab a woman with a syringe full of blood outside South Station. (Herald)

Cambridge-based Metaphore Biotechnologies has made an up to $600 million deal with Novo Nordisk, the maker of Ozempic and Wegovy, to research more obesity drugs. (BBJ)


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