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State officials said that workers have successfully repaired a massive ruptured water pipe and are on the brink of restoring clean tap water to 2 million Greater Boston residents who, since Saturday, have been ordered to boil water for drinking or cooking. (By Beth Daley and John R. Ellement, Globe Staff)
Tens of thousands of Boston-area students, from kindergarteners to college seniors, returned to class yesterday to find water fountains covered, cafeteria menus limited, and warning signs everywhere. (By Sarah Schweitzer and David Abel, Globe Staff)
Governor Deval Patrick did not create the crisis, nor was he even in office when the tunnel project was completed. But he owns the problem now, for better or worse. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)
When Governor Deval Patrick signed Massachusetts’ first antibullying law yesterday, supporters heralded it as the most far-reaching effort yet by a state to deter behavior that has driven youngsters to suicide. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
President Obama has earmarked some $35 billion in stimulus funds to spur a nationwide rollout of computerized medical records, but even a big dose of federal cash is not enough for some physicians. (By Catherine Arnst, Globe Correspondent)
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