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Even as Boston police officials laid off cadets and cut popular units like the mounted patrol, some police officers managed to dramatically boost their paychecks last year, in a few cases to more than a quarter of a million dollars. (By Maria Cramer and Matt Carroll, Globe Staff)
If there ever was a place that could use government help, it is census tract 918 in Dorchester. It has a large number of very poor families and its residents, including many immigrants, complain they are under siege from violent crime. Yet these same residents are reluctant to be counted. (By Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff)
The rugged town of Erving has a distinction no other community in Massachusetts can claim. Its residents recorded a 100 percent response to the 2010 US Census. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority said yesterday it will establish an independent commission to determine what caused a connection to fail in a major water pipeline on Saturday. (By Michael Levenson and Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
The license plate known as Bus 1 is at the center of an emotional tug of war among the Legislature, the Registry of Motor Vehicles, and Biff Michaud, whose large North Shore family founded Michaud Bus Lines in 1914. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
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