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INNOVATION ECONOMY

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Refinancing boom, but
little lift for economy

Homeowners are flocking to refinance their mortgage loans at record low interest rates, but unlike past refinancing waves, few are using their homes like ATMs and cashing out to buy cars, take vacations, or remodel, according to mortgage bankers and economic statistics. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)

Delivered unto evil

People who knew Richel Nova can’t imagine him gone: The doting father, hard worker, and charmer. As for those charged with killing him, some who know them are entirely at a loss. (Globe Staff)

New Downtown Crossing
hot spots serve up hope

Destination dining is enjoying a revival in Downtown Crossing, which city officials and business owners believe is helping to bring back the struggling district — just a pioneering restaurateurs brought life to the South Boston Seaport District. (By Erin Ailworth, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts Governor's race -- state elections -- 2010
The Governor’s race | Back Stories

A brash change-agent, Baker rose fast

During the “Weld revolution” of the early 1990s, and “the soul of the Weld administration,” as the governor put it, was Charles Baker, a bright 34-year-old Harvard grad who took on some of the most intractable problems in state government. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)

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