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Governor Deval Patrick and his Republican challenger, Charles D. Baker, sparred fiercely last night in the first televised debate of the race for governor, a lively and policy-rich clash that set the stage for a spirited fall campaign. (By Noah Bierman and Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
For a year, Charles D. Baker has struggled to get a clear shot at Governor Deval Patrick. In last night’s debate, he moved toward that goal, as the other major rival, state Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill, was frequently squeezed out of the exchange. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)
Public school students across the state posted strong gains in the latest round of the MCAS tests at most grade levels, building on steady improvement over the past decade and chipping away at disparities between urban and suburban children. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
The three people charged with killing a pizza deliveryman in Hyde Park last week had a plan, a prosecutor said yesterday, and they carried it out with cold calculation. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
The growing number of people who raise their own chickens believe they are sitting pretty, with a steady supply of homegrown eggs they contend are safer, tastier, and more natural than their factory-farm counterparts. (By Peter Schworm and Sydney Lupkin, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
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