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Despite dropping home values, Massachusetts property tax bills continued to rise last year. Cities and towns, looking for money to pay for new buildings and to maintain services, have continued to push up local taxes. (By Matt Carroll and Stephanie S. Daly, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
As ART artistic director Diane Paulus heads into her second season, she has largely replaced the company’s steady diet of serious avant-garde productions with audience-pleasing musicals and adventurous interactive experiences. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)
It took almost seven months — seven months that would bring an earthquake to Haiti and leave Abby Emile living in a tent on her relatives’ rat-infested patio, the stench of dead bodies in the air, while Harry and Lynda Emile fought an immigration battle to reunite their family in Boston. (By Maria Sacchetti, Globe Staff)
Charles D. Baker has prioritized spending on consultants and advertising. Governor Deval Patrick is investing heavily in a ground game. Timothy P. Cahill is spending more than he is bringing in, but has enough to be competitive in the fall. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)