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Convention center
looks to expand

State and city leaders today will unveil a blueprint for dramatically expanding the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, part of an effort to make the city one of the nation’s premier meeting destinations. (By Casey Ross, Globe Staff)

One lab's trash becomes
a poorer one's treasure

The nonprofit organization Seeding Labs has, over the last six years, equipped 22 science laboratories at universities in 13 Latin American and African countries with unneeded Boston-area equipment. (By James F. Smith, Globe Staff)

Coakley made deal in 1995 priest case

The 2002 conviction of the Rev. John Geoghan won praise for Martha Coakley, then the Middlesex district attorney. But in 1995, as head of the Middlesex child abuse unit, Coakley took a different approach with Geoghan. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)

Senators voice optimism on public option

Buoyed by their weekend victory on a vote beginning the health care debate, several Senate Democrats expressed optimism yesterday they could find a way to keep a government-run insurance plan in the sweeping bill. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Northeastern calls an end to football

Northeastern University plans to announce today that it is ending its football program after 74 seasons, saying it is unwilling to invest the millions of dollars needed to improve the team to meet the school’s ambitions. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

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