December 29, 2007
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Have a happy-merry and all that
All too often we scribes really are guilty of shamelessly over-hyping an event because our main premise is just too juicy and too easy...
Holiday blog break
Back on December 29!...
Clinton: Focused on Iowa before "pivot' to NH
Hillary Clinton said she will remain focused on Iowa for another week, but "pivot" her campaign to New Hampshire, a state she says she is...
Hamilton-Wenham group fights school cutbacks
A local citizens group, Support our Schools, is fighting cutbacks at Hamilton-Wenham, Globe North reports. "Let's say that we received a tremendous amount of feedback...
Former governor Mitt Romney's economic development agency granted initial approval to a tax-exempt bond last year for a Planned Parenthood clinic in Worcester that will provide abortions, just two months before he left office and began highlighting his antiabortion position as a presidential candidate. (By Frank Phillips, Boston Globe)
Driving down a dark narrow road on his way to his girlfriend's home, Craig P. Bigos began a text message. As he typed, his car veered off the road and he struck what he thought was a mailbox, prosecutors say. (By Anna Badkhen and Matt Viser, Boston Globe)
The Republican establishment is galvanizing against upstart GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, worried that the former Arkansas governor is unreliably conservative and unprepared for the challenges of a general election campaign or the Oval office. (By Susan Milligan, Boston Globe)
It was one of the biggest advances in cancer treatment this year, a drug combination that potentially adds years to the lives of patients whose colon cancer has spread. (By Emily Anthes and Scott Allen, Boston Globe)