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Raising a glass to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Samuel Adams brings back its ‘When There Are Nine’ IPA

The beer’s name is a nod to Ginsburg’s well-known statement that there will be enough women on the Supreme Court "when there are nine.”

Federal judge rules that Mass. ban on evictions can stand, for now

A federal judge said landlords probably would not have prevailed in their effort to have the moratorium overturned, but Governor Charlie Baker is unlikely to extend it beyond Oct. 17.

Stocks post solid gains as technology shares lead rally

The S&P 500 rose 1.6 percent, led by technology and health care stocks.

Stop & Shop to give workers retroactive pandemic pay

Stop & Shop workers will receive retroactive pay for July and August to acknowledge their service during the coronavirus pandemic, the company and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union said Friday.

After a marathon meeting, BPDA gives a key approval for massive Suffolk Downs project

But some residents worry that the development could make East Boston unaffordable.

To combat hunger, neighbors are stocking community fridges on Boston’s streets

As food insecurity grows amid the pandemic, free community fridges have cropped up in Jamaica Plain and Dorchester, and more are being planned for Allston, Roslindale, Somerville, and Cambridge.

Google services go down in some parts of US

Google users experienced a widespread service disruption Thursday evening, including the company’s email, YouTube, and Google documents services.

CEO of GBH to return to PBS board

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