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Budget cuts draw bleak predictions, calls for veto

Schools will close, municipal employees will be laid off, and waits for a new driver's license will grow under a $27.4 billion state budget approved yesterday by House and Senate lawmakers. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

Even TV could cost you more

Consumers will be hit with an array of new taxes to help fund a state budget for the next fiscal year, under a plan the Legislature approved yesterday. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)

News of Iran, edited in Newton

Kelly Golnoush Niknejad was sleep-deprived but energized. She’d been up all Thursday night, on the phone to contacts across Iran and e-mailing contributors to her website, suddenly one of the go-to sources for those trying to keep up with Iran’s post-election frenzy. (By James F. Smith, Globe Staff)

Beacon Hill's hawk eye

Amateur photographer John Beattie spends early mornings searching roof lines, set to capture images of red-tailed hawks that frequent this city neighborhood. His photos are popular across Beacon Hill. (By Irene Sege, Globe Staff)

For Puerto Rican veterans,
an honor years in the making

Korean War veterans from the US Army's 65th Infantry Regiment, a nearly all-Puerto Rican squad, will be saluted today in Worcester. (By Maria Sacchetti, Globe Staff)

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