April 2, 2011
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US employers added jobs for the sixth straight month and the national unemployment rate fell to a two-year low in March, providing more evidence of an advancing economic recovery, the US Labor Department reported yesterday. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)
Congress is debating whether to cut $3 billion in funding for 3,000 career centers — including 37 in Massachusetts — that provide a lifeline to the unemployed through counseling, job listings, and training. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)
Senator Scott Brown, approaching key votes in the next month that could frame his philosophy on spending, faces intensifying pressure in Massachusetts to explain his position on specific cuts that would affect people back home. (By Theo Emery, Globe Staff)
The Patrick administration has asked the commission that oversees public employee retirement benefits to look at possible abuse of the pension system by longtime Boston firefighters. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
Boston Fashion Week is getting a makeover. In a major step forward for Boston’s fashion community, the city’s annual Fashion Week, previously a hodgepodge of shows and parties scattered across town, will be centralized in a single tent this fall. (By Christopher Muther, Globe Staff)
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