November 20, 2007
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A promise to keepVeterans have struggled in their return home
Staying home for Thanksgiving?
Have the surging gas prices, coupled with expected airport chaos, prompted your family to stay home during Thanksgiving rather than hit the road? Tell us about it.
Do you gamble?Are you a regular at casinos? Would you let a photographer and reporter hang around on a visit and interview you at home? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How is your boss responding to the new health insurance law? Is he giving you coverage for the first time? Did she cut your hours to avoid providing coverage? Please share your story with reporter Alice Dembner at Dembner@globe.com.
Do you commute more than two hours each way on a daily basis? If so, tell the Globe about your drive.
What are the quirky, odd, or just plain interesting jobs in Massachusetts? Tell us about someone whose job makes you envious, inspired, or perplexed.
Have you received a "Failure To Pay Toll Violation" ticket in the last year for not having the $3 necessary to cross the Tobin Bridge? If so, please contact reporter Erin Ailworth at email@example.com.
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Tales from the City
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Do you have a business etiquette question? Submit it to Business Columnist Peter Post.
For the record
Bob Ryan's blog
Did the Don really mean it?
Nah. Here's what I think went down. Don Shula has known Bill Belichick since he was little Billy Belichick, Steve's son. Start with that. Don...
Da Filtah is taking a break for the holiday. I'll be back to blogging on Monday, November 26th....
New Hampshire Today, Nov. 20
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- In New Hampshire Today Barack Obama unveils an ambitious (a.k.a expensive) education plan at Manchester Central High School, Bill Richardson hits several...
Cost of $154-million Newton school may go up
Newton's mayor is already considering a Prop 2 1/2 override. Now comes word that the cost of the $154-million Newton North school project may go...
Massachusetts auto insurance premiums will drop an average of just under 8 percent in the first year of the state's new competitive insurance system, less than what some analysts had forecast would happen if regulators continued to set the rates.
A federal judge in Boston ruled yesterday that the FBI was responsible for the 1982 execution-style deaths of two men who were allegedly slain by members of the Winter Hill gang and urged prosecutors to settle for damages with the families.
If you're flying this week, buckle up. It could be one of your bumpiest trips ever - and that's before you even set foot on the plane.
Smiling from the cover of Rhode Island Monthly magazine, chatting on local TV, speaking before civic groups, and holding forth on his daily radio talk show on WPRO (630 AM), Vincent A. Cianci is almost as omnipresent as he used to be when he was running City Hall.