November 25, 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.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bob Ryan's blog
Buzz again surrounds Celtics-Lakers rivalry
We have officially gone back to the future. For the last 10 years or so, you could walk into The Fourís, the landmark sports bar...
Da Filtah is taking a break for the holiday. I'll be back to blogging on Monday, November 26th....
Gardner: It's Jan. 8
New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner today announced that the Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary will take place on Jan. 8, the earliest date ever...
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...
The prospect of going undefeated is impressive enough, but its how the New England Patriots have gone about it that has turned their pursuit of perfection into must-see TV. (By Christopher L. Gasper, Boston Globe)
As foreclosures in Massachusetts hit record levels, companies that offer to save troubled borrowers also have proliferated. But a growing number of people who agree to be rescued say they were robbed instead. (By Binyamin Appelbaum, Boston Globe)
When he was operated on last fall, Alex Anisimov was among the youngest dystonia patients to receive deep brain stimulation implants. Over the following year, he and his family would experience the excitement of cutting-edge medicine, but also confront its maddening uncertainties.
Iowa, whose first-in-the-nation caucus is vital for politicians who want to be president, has reaped a windfall of federal spending in recent years, collecting billions of dollars in subsidies for ethanol production and a disproportionate share of federal funding, according to a review of government records. (By Michael Kranish, Boston Globe)
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