January 6, 2008
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Driving less as gas costs rise?
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When will It end?
It's now 44-3. Since Game 4 of the ALCS, when the Red Sox were down 3-1 to the Indians, the Sawx, Pats and Celts...
Source: Xconomy Boston-based startup Follica wants to cure your baldness and they just got $5.5 million in funding to do it. The company aims to...
For a moment Tancredo wishes he were back in race
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo, who dropped his presidential bid last month, said for a moment he wished he were still in the...
Northborough faces cutbacks
Town officials in Northborough are warning of cutbacks. Read about Northborough here . The lower revenues are not the result of falling property values. Rather,...
With campaign crowds swelling and time running out before Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, presidential contenders sought yesterday to score with the state's elusive undecided voters - and none more so than Mitt Romney, who cast himself as an agent of change and portrayed his chief rival, John McCain, as an ossified creature of Washington. (By Scott Helman and Michael Levenson, Boston Globe)
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No mortar rounds slam into Kim Luce's two-story house in Central Massachusetts. No medevac helicopters throb outside at 3 a.m. No wounded soldiers moan to get her attention. After a year as a chief ward master for an American military hospital in Iraq, Army Reserve Master Sergeant Luce is back in her spacious Shrewsbury home, where the kitchen smells like ... (By Anna Badkhen, Boston Globe)
Back in the day, they showed up at Patriots games with a 13-inch Hibachi grill, makeshift flagpoles, and a measly 19-inch TV. One guy didn't even have a ticket. (By Stephanie Ebbert, Boston Globe)
State officials are investigating whether a group of Boston firefighters cheated during a civil service promotional exam in November, taking turns going to the men's room, tapping out answers on their cellphones, and sending text messages to their colleagues in the testing room. (By Donovan Slack, Boston Globe)