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Independent Tim Cahill’s former running mate, who is now aligned with Republican Charles D. Baker, sought to draw Governor Patrick into a widening controversy over back-room politicking that has hijacked the campaign. (By Stephanie Ebbert and Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
Forgive voters — even those paying close attention to Massachusetts politics — if they have had trouble keeping track of one of the wildest political weeks in memory. (By Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)
Logan International Airport has become the nation’s first airport to introduce an elaborate new system of lights and radar designed to prevent such collisions and close calls. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
Bank of America Corp. said yesterday that it will temporarily stop foreclosure sales in all states, including Massachusetts, amid mounting concerns that the nation’s largest bank and other mortgage lenders have seized homes without proper documentation. (By Jenifer B. McKim, Globe Staff)
Joey McIntyre (whose son, Rhys, has severe hearing loss) is now an advocate for the deaf. The singer will be at a gala in New York for The Center for Hearing and Communication, and New Kids on the Block are performing Wednesday at a fund-raiser for Massachusetts Eye and Ear. (By Mark Shanahan, Globe Staff)
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