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Coverage switch
urged for localities

Cities and towns would save tens of millions of dollars in health care costs for employees, retirees, and elected officials by joining the state’s much larger, more flexible health care system, according to a new report by the Boston Foundation. (By Sean P. Murphy, Globe Staff)

In Haiti, O’Malley offers aid, healing

Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s visit was a whirlwind fact-finding mission to help decide how to distribute some $35 million in aid from a special collection of US Catholic churches, including $2 million from the Boston Archdiocese. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Paramount regains its grandeur

The Paramount Theatre reopens its doors Saturday, marking the latest step in the rebirth of Washington Street’s theater row. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)

City’s police sharpen
their watch on crime

Boston police now have the ability to witness shootings, robberies, and even homicides on many city streets from computer screens at headquarters and then distribute crucial information about the suspects and the crimes to officers heading to the scene. (By Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)

California sex abuse
trial spurs Hub queries

Mass. authorities are investigating William H. Ayres, a former Boston child psychiatrist who is awaiting trial in the San Francisco Bay area on charges he sexually molested six boys. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)

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