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Nine cities and towns have forced the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston to pay property taxes on closed churches, schools, convents, and parish halls, contending that the buildings no longer qualify as tax-exempt because the archdiocese is not using them. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)
For many Bay State military families, only the support of relatives, neighbors, and communities has made it possible for them to confront their loss on this Memorial Day. (By Stephanie Ebbert, Globe Staff)
Boston area doctors are sounding an alarm about the continued use of an over-the-counter diet pill recalled last year after federal tests detected contamination with a suspected cancer-causing chemical and traces of a powerful, potentially dangerous prescription drug. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)
A bone-scan provision buried deep in the sweeping new health care bill represents a narrowly tailored, special-interest political victory and suggests the health care lobby is still robust. (By Christopher Rowland, Globe Staff)
For-profit businesses are increasingly taking advantage of the number of students who, in a tight job market, are willing to forgo a paycheck for practical experience. (By Bella English, Globe Staff)
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