February 25, 2011
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Rebels seeking to overturn the 40-year rule of Colonel Moammar Khadafy repelled a concerted assault by his forces on cities close to the capital yesterday, removing any doubt that Libyas patchwork of protests had evolved into an increasingly well-armed revolutionary movement. (By Kareem Fahim and David D. Kirkpatrick, New York Times)
Drug dealers in rural towns like Ashby, Townsend, and Ashburnham, have been using quiet side roads and nearby state parks to pass cocaine and heroin to other dealers or to sell drugs to addicts. (By Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)
Several of those who accuse Dr. Melvin D. Levine of sexually abusing thousands of patients said they had complicated feelings about his death. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
Harvard College, retreating from an ambitious effort to transform the stress-filled college admissions process, announced yesterday that it will resume allowing high school students to apply early and find out just months into their senior year whether they have been accepted. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)
George Triantafillidis is a shoe repairman. But he is more than that, especially now, in the bleakness of the ice-encrusted, salt-lashed winter city. To those who see their favorite shoes as talismans, he is a magician a holy man with blackened fingernails, restoring the soaked and broken soles of February. (By Jenna Russell, Globe Staff)
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