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  1. Nantucket for Cheapskates Travel, Yesterday

    It’s pricey. Here are a few workarounds to enjoy the island’s built-in bounties at minimal cost.

  2. Sara Gideon to Challenge Susan Collins for Maine Senate Seat U.S., June 24

    Ms. Gideon, a Democrat, said that her decision to run was spurred partly by Ms. Collins’s vote to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh.

  3. Truck Driver Arrested After Motorcycle Crash That Left 7 Dead U.S., June 24

    “I just turned around and saw absolute horror and hell,” a survivor of the crash said.

  4. Maine Needed New, Young Residents. African Migrants Began Arriving by the Dozens. U.S., June 23

    The migrants have been arriving in Portland, Maine, by the dozens. The surge has opened a debate in the city, which needs new residents but also has filled its shelters.

  5. Jane Sanders and the Messy Demise of a Vermont College U.S., June 21

    The wife of Bernie Sanders had a bold plan to save Burlington College. Within six years, it was defunct, and federal prosecutors were on the case.

  6. Smartphone in Kevin Spacey Sexual Assault Case Is Missing, Lawyer Says Arts, June 19

    The young man who accused the actor had been ordered to let the defense examine the phone as evidence in the case.

  7. $1.5 Million Homes in Texas, Massachusetts and Oregon Real Estate, June 19

    A creek-side home in Dallas, an 1872 Victorian in Salem and a Craftsman-style house in the Willamette Valley.

  8. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, June 19

    A creek-side home in Dallas, an 1872 Victorian in Salem and a Craftsman-style house in the Willamette Valley.

  9. Camp Getaways for the Whole Family Travel, June 19

    Why should your children have all of the fun?

  10. In ‘City on a Hill,’ a Crime-Ridden Boston Before the ‘Miracle’ Arts, June 16

    The new Showtime series sets a procedural against the backdrop of a particularly fraught era in the city’s history.

  11. A New Migrant Surge at the Border, This One From Central Africa U.S., June 16

    Two cities more than 2,100 miles apart — San Antonio and Portland, Me. — are scrambling to respond to an influx of African migrants.

  12. Judge John Hodgman on Gifting Used Deodorant Magazine, June 13

    Should the recipient be insulted? Grossed out? What if he’s from Vermont?

  13. Take the Iowa Caucuses. Please. Opinion, June 11

    This is no way to pick a presidential nominee.

  14. Maine Abortion Law Lets Nurse Practitioners and Others Perform Procedure U.S., June 10

    The law, which will go into effect in September, will allow physician assistants and other medical professionals to administer abortions.

  15. Amid Boston Pride Week, ‘Straight Pride Parade’ Draws Attention U.S., June 5

    The parade, proposed by three men for late August, has yet to receive a permit from Boston officials. The proposal’s real intent seemed unclear.

  16. Amid Boston Pride Week, ‘Straight Pride Parade’ Draws Attention U.S., June 5

    The parade, proposed by three men for late August, has yet to receive a permit from Boston officials. The proposal’s real intent seemed unclear.

  17. Jenny Slate Will Give a Graduation Speech to a Class of One U.S., June 5

    The stand-up comic and “Parks and Recreation” actress will speak at the eighth-grade graduation of Gwen Lynch, 13, the last student on Cuttyhunk Island.

  18. Wherever You Are, There’s a State Park Nearby Travel, June 5

    There are 8,565 of them across the country, meaning a place to take a hike, fire up some s’mores or simply recharge is often just around the corner. In a year of traveling, we visited 53 of them.

  19. Maryetta Dussourd, 74, Dies; Raised Early Alarm on Abusive Priests Obituaries, June 3

    The church initially ignored a mother’s complaints about a pedophile priest. Decades later, she helped force the resignation of Boston’s archbishop.

  20. Uncommon Goat Cheeses From Vermont Food, June 3

    Two cheeses from Barn First Creamery are now available at Saxelby Cheesemongers.

  21. ‘You Don’t Have to Be in Des Moines.’ Democrats Expand Primary Map, Spurred by Social Media. U.S., June 1

    With voters increasingly getting information online and from TV, candidates are traveling to a wide range of states, viewing them as sound stages for delivering their message.

  22. 5 Writers on the Summers They Will Never Forget Magazine, June 1

    In the pool, by the sea, tales of long summer days on the water.

  23. 25 Writers on Their Favorite Beach Vacations Travel, May 31

    From paddleboarding in Colorado to bachata music in Puerto Rico, we asked writers to tell us what makes their beach vacations the best.

  24. $400,000 Homes in Vermont, Ohio and New York Real Estate, May 29

    A log cabin in Stowe, a midcentury-modern home in Columbus and a Victorian house in Chatham.

  25. What You Get for $400,000 Slideshow, May 29

    A log cabin in Stowe, Vt.; a midcentury-modern home in Columbus, Ohio; and a Victorian house in Chatham, N.Y.

  26. Amazon’s Facial Recognition Technology Opinion, May 27

    The A.C.L.U. of Massachusetts says we should be concerned about violations of privacy.