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Southwest Airlines said yesterday that it plans to buy rival AirTran for $1.42 billion, combining two of the nation’s biggest discount carriers in a move that could eventually mean higher ticket prices for some Boston travelers. (By Johnny Diaz, Globe Staff)
As the prospects of even a wild-card berth in the playoffs slipped away from the Red Sox in the last month, revenue for restaurants, shops, and vendors around Fenway also slumped. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)
Jessie Little Doe Baird was overcome at the news that her 17 years of linguistic work — resurrecting the language the Wampanoag people spoke and wrote until at least the mid-1800s — had landed her a MacArthur Fellows “genius grant” of $500,000. (By Laura Collins-Hughes, Globe Staff)
As authorities searched for the assailants in recent stabbings at two area colleges, college officials and security specialists said the attacks underlined the uneasy reality that even secluded campuses are susceptible to violence from outsiders. (By Peter Schworm and Milton Valencia, Globe Staff)
Two days ago, when Furyk stood over a 2-foot par putt at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, his $39 used putter from Joe & Leigh’s Discount Pro Golf Shop in South Easton did not fail him. With it he claimed an $11.35 million prize. (By Michael Whitmer, Globe Staff)
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