September 28, 2008

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Mass. poll: Deep fiscal concerns

Massachusetts residents are deeply troubled by the nation's faltering economy and say they are bracing themselves for harder times - cutting back on travel, meals out, and other discretionary spending, according to a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll. (By Todd Wallack, Globe Staff)
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Most valuable half-pint

With a big chip on his shoulder, and a bigger bat, Dustin Pedroia has made an all-star career out of proving naysayers wrong. (By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff)
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High schools target drinking

A growing number of high schools are now using breathalyzers at school events, testing students they believe to be intoxicated or sometimes testing every single student to make sure no one has been drinking. (By Keith O'Brien, Globe Staff)
PAUL NEWMAN | 1925-2008

Blue-eyed idol put an indelible
stamp on movies, philanthropy

Paul Newman, the matinee idol, race car driver, and philanthropist whose cool, rebellious charm made him one of his generation's greatest movie stars and finest actors, died Friday at his farmhouse near Westport, Conn., after a long battle with cancer, according to publicist Jeff Sanderson. He was surrounded by family and close friends. (By Ty Burr, Boston Globe)

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