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I read an interview the other day with Tom Coughlin in which he claimed that the team committing the fewest turnovers wins 86 percent...
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Schools face cutbacks across the region
Public schools are bracing for layoffs, even as Governor Deval Patrick proposes an increase in state spending on education in the coming fiscal year. Globe...
Layoffs in this city's financially troubled public schools were postponed yesterday, hours before they were to go into effect, as state and local officials put the final touches on emergency legislation to allow Salem to borrow up to $1 million. (By Erin Ailworth, Boston Globe)
The dean who introduced Hillary Clinton in the chapel of a historically black college yesterday made an impassioned plea for South Carolina's African-Americans to vote for Clinton in today's primary, and "focus on our community's future rather than acting on pure emotion." (By Marcella Bombardieri, Boston Globe)
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To anyone who believes two World Series championships and three Super Bowl victories in six years have mellowed Boston sports fans, about New York, about success, even about life, Jarrod Fonfield has some choice words. (By Matt Viser, Boston Globe)
Every few weeks, US Army officers call Ramon "Andy" Jimenez to deliver the latest bit of news about his son, Alex R. Jimenez, who was kidnapped in Iraq last May: The military found Alex's Army ID. Recovered his gun. Arrested an insurgent suspected of kidnapping him. (By Anna Badkhen, Boston Globe)