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BOSTON CAPITAL
INNOVATION ECONOMY

Page one

Running scared,
running hard

A once-sleepy contest for US Senate has become, in the final weekend of the race, unimaginably close.
(By Matt Viser and Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)

Obama here for Coakley,
trailing a diminished aura

President Obama’s scheduled visit to the Bay State on behalf of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley today will be a key test of the president’s ability to reenergize his dispirited party. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)
DEVASTATION IN HAITI

Saving lives with just the tools at hand

Haiti’s General Hospital had only a skeleton staff of volunteers, dwindling supplies, and a makeshift operating room that sprang into action yesterday for the first time since Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
(By Maria Sacchetti, Boston Globe)

Her last gift: A little house
in Newton, just for the cats

After her husband’s death in 2001, Muriel Bayne started worrying about what would happen to her cats when she died. So she penned a will, leaving them her home and a $300,000 trust. (By Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff)

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