August 14, 2010

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Revival on tap
for Hub channel

Boston's Fort Point Channel, for decades a polluted workhorse of industry, is about to undergo a dramatic transformation to a social hot spot. (By Casey Ross, Globe)

Protests at funerals a test of free speech

Outrage over a church’s protests, which assert that US military deaths are divine punishment for the nation's sins, has risen to the Supreme Court.
(By Mark Arsenault, Boston Globe)

Fighting ALS, one gadget at a time

Using customized infrared technology, a new residence that opened yesterday in Chelsea offers greater independence for ALS patients. (By Kay Lazar, Boston Globe)

After years guiding others,
family faces own grief

When their son was killed in February, the Rev. Ruth Daley and her husband, Raymond, had to teach themselves to cope. (By Natalie Southwick, Boston Globe)

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