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Construction on a new $104.5 million Franklin High School is...
Residents throughout New England watched warily yesterday as the remnants of this week’s overwhelming storm flooded vital roads, rail lines, and hundreds of homes. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
South Hadley schools superintendent Gus Sayer defended school officials’ handling of the bullying that preceded student Phoebe Prince’s suicide. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo today will unveil a long-awaited bill to license two resort-style casinos in Massachusetts and slot machines at the state’s four struggling racetracks, a plan House leaders believe would create as many as 15,000 jobs. (By Michael Levenson and Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
Although perfect attendance is admirable, many school officials say, they do not necessarily want to give students the incentive to strive for such a goal. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
After years in the shadow of Boston’s major classical music schools, the Longy School of Music is looking to change course, transitioning from a small institution to a more significant player, perhaps as a satellite of Bard College in New York. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)
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