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Governor Deval Patrick announced a sweeping overhaul of the Parole Board yesterday, including the mass resignation of five board members, as he released a devastating review detailing the agency’s missteps in releasing a career criminal who killed a Woburn police officer last month. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
Shortly before parolee Domenic Cinelli killed a Woburn police officer during a robbery, he received tips on how to carry out the heist from his brother, Arthur, a fellow career criminal who had been released on parole years earlier, a prosecutor said yesterday. (By Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
The next president of the University of Massachusetts is Robert Caret, a chemist and career academic with a track record of success leading colleges in Maryland and California, two of the nation’s top public university systems. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)
A federal judge yesterday sentenced Patrice Tierney, the wife of US Representative John F. Tierney, to a month in prison followed by five months house arrest, rejecting her earlier plea deal with prosecutors and insisting that she face a prison term like any other tax offender. (By Stephanie Ebbert, Globe Staff)
While the future of the 30-year-old National Yiddish Book Center may not be in imminent jeopardy, these are anxious times for the Amherst center, which has collected and archived more than 1 million endangered Yiddish-language texts. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)
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