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Nets jersey was never a good fit
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...
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Construction on a new $104.5 million Franklin High School is...
A South Shore father was convicted yesterday of first-degree murder for killing his 4-year-old daughter with an overdose of a psychotropic drug, which he and his wife had nicknamed "happy medicine" and routinely dispensed to their three children to manage their day-to-day behavior. (By Patricia Wen, Globe Staff)
Franklin P. Pomroy never told war stories. Not the one about the desperate firefight on Guadalcanal. Not the one about a buddy who was killed with his finger on the trigger of his machine gun, and in death kept shooting at Japanese soldiers. But the race is on to preserve ones like his before they are lost forever. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)
Federal civil rights investigators have launched a formal review of programs for students who speak limited English in Boston schools, where thousands of such students have not received the help they are entitled to and lag academically. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
Holy Family Hospital in Methuen is anxious to repair a leaky roof, Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton will build a new emergency department, and Carney Hospital in Dorchester wants to add a digital mammography unit. (By D.C. Denison, Globe Staff)
Long before he was Paul Pierce, eight-time NBA All-Star and captain of the Boston Celtics , he was Paul Pierce, the fat kid. (By Bella English, Globe Staff)
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