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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...
YT: Budget BluesFranklin voters approve tax hike for $104.5m high school
Construction on a new $104.5 million Franklin High School is...
The state Division of Insurance denied 235 of 274 increases proposed by insurers for plans covering individuals and small businesses. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
As rivers crested throughout the state and weary residents began returning to their flooded homes, President Obama visited the state’s flood-fighting headquarters yesterday, thanking workers for their round-the-clock efforts. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
President Obama pitched his newly-minted health care law to Mainers yesterday, casting it as a job-saving plan, ridiculing those who predict a disaster, and daring opponents to try to repeal it. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)
Students and city and school officials say they have found at least 15 Facebook pages over the last few das that use obscene or hateful language to target female students, as well as a handful of male students, school administrators, and teachers at schools in Boston and surrounding communities. (By James Vaznis and Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)
Seven months after the firings and the considerable public attention that followed, more than 60 longtime housekeepers from the Hyatt Regency Boston, the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, and the Hyatt Harborside at Logan Airport are still unemployed. (By Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff)
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