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Five people were gunned down in a Mattapan street early yesterday — including a woman and her 2-year-old son, cradled in her arms — in the worst rampage in Boston since 2005. (Globe Staff)
The five-block stretch of Mattapan looks much like many others — worn triple-deckers, families struggling to get by. But over the past two decades, at least 12 people have been shot, stabbed, or killed on or near the street. (By Meghan E. Irons, Globe Staff)
When it seems that it can’t get any worse in this season of senseless death, it somehow does, and the soul and psyche of an entire city are tainted by these unthinkable crimes. (By Brian McGrory, Globe Columnist)
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Republican Charles D. Baker was heavily criticized in Rhode Island after deciding to close Harvard Pilgrim operations there. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
Nearly 150 cities and towns that could add the substance don’t, a state study released this year found — even though fluoridation is hailed by disease specialists as one of the 10 seminal public health triumphs of the past century. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)
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