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Houk had feel for young players
The late Ralph Houk was a surprisingly good manager for the Red Sox. He had a feel for young players, and he helped set the...
Langevin becomes first person who uses a wheelchair to preside over a session of the House
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Senate President Therese Murray and House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo met with key Democratic lawmakers from both chambers to try to hash out a casinos compromise. (By Noah Bierman and Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
Tuttle Farm — passed from father to son since 1632 and billed as the country’s oldest continually operating family farm — is up for sale in N.H. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
The Mass. Probation Department’s culture of secrecy, failure to evaluate its own performance, and indifference to the best methods of reforming criminals have wasted scarce public funds and compromised public safety, according to a new study to be released today. (By Marcella Bombardieri, Globe Staff)
The leak of classified documents that suggest the US-backed Pakistani government has been secretly helping the Taliban has intensified scrutiny of Senator Kerry, who has pushed for billions in aid to Pakistan as part of the war strategy. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
Today, community leaders, public officials, and housing advocates will discuss the Boston Housing Authority’s plan to make all 64 public housing developments smoke-free by 2013. (By Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff)
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