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The state program offering rebates on energy-efficient appliances ran out of money just two hours after it began yesterday, prompting officials to declare the $5.5 million effort a success, but frustrating would-be participants who faced jammed phone lines and website error messages. (By Robert Preer, Globe Correspondent)
A report last month from the Pew Research Center found 49 million Americans, or 16 percent of the population, living in multigeneration households as of 2008, compared with only 28 million in 1980, or 12 percent. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)
History shows that some suburban parents go to great lengths, even resorting to lying, to skirt Boston residency requirements so their children can attend Boston Latin School. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
Clair Auto Group, founded in 1964 by family patriarch James "Ernie" Clair, became one of New England's largest auto dealership chains. Today, what is left of the business is run by sons Joseph and Michael Clair, who are accused in a lawsuit by their late brothers' wives of trying to freeze the widows out of the business. (By Steven Syre, Globe Staff)
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Full of moxie at age 22, Timothy J. Cahill opened a smoothie shop, propelling him on a path he now hopes leads to the governors office (By Sarah Schweitzer, Boston Globe)
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