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By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist The New Jersey Nets will play their final game in the Garden State on Monday evening when they conclude a...
'Boston Miracle' could have lessons for War on Terror
By Theo Emery, Globe Staff ARLINGTON, Va. – Strategies for fighting terrorism can be found in Boston’s successful gang-prevention efforts and in the resolution...
YT: Budget BluesFranklin voters approve tax hike for $104.5m high school
Construction on a new $104.5 million Franklin High School is...
Surrounded by emotional Democrats and proud members of the Kennedy family, President Obama yesterday signed into law a huge health coverage expansion. (By Susan Milligan and Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
Two weeks before leveling grave charges that the state’s health care law was bankrupting Massachusetts, state Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill signed a statement for potential buyers of a $538.1 million bond that made no mention of his concerns. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
Administrators have not finalized criteria they will use to close Boston library branches, but some of the key factors are already clear, and that has several neighborhoods nervous. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts has pulled out of recession ahead of most states and could start to add jobs steadily in coming months, according to a leading economic forecasting firm. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)
Items from one of the most impressive private collections of American historical documents ever assembled, including more than two dozen with deep-seated Boston or Massachusetts connections, will be on display today on Beacon Hill. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)
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