April 1, 2011

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Expired food not
confined to Hub

State education officials acknowledged yesterday that the out-of-date food problem extends beyond Boston, with old food discovered in school cafeterias throughout Massachusetts. (By Akilah Johnson and Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

Sox are for real

Boston baseball's season of great expectations starts this afternoon at Rangers Ballpark when Jacoby Ellsbury steps into the batter's box to face Rangers lefthander C.J. Wilson. (By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)

Brother of officer's killer is indicted

The younger brother of Domenic Cinelli, the career criminal who shot and killed a Woburn police officer during a Christmas weekend robbery, was charged yesterday in connection with the slaying and heist, as prosecutors provided new details in a case that prompted sweeping changes in state parole policy. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)

Files tell more about ‘Craigslist killer’

Details disclosed yesterday in files on the Philip Markoff case released by the Suffolk district attorney's office show the juxtaposition of an accused killer who found his victims through Craigslist and a seemingly average student struggling to pay bills. (By Maria Cramer and Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
Audio excerpts: Police interview Markoff's ex-fiancée
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The diamond may be late,
but their love is forever

After 65 years together, Betty and Everett "Pops" Potter still hold hands all day. They sing songs together. They rarely leave each other’s side. But there is one thing that Pops always wishes he had done and next week he'll get his chance when he finally gives his wife a diamond ring. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)

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