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Travel on the MBTA grew in March by the largest percentage in more than two years, probably propelled by recovering employment and soaring gas prices in the Boston area. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
The mother of Phoebe Prince, the 15-year-old Irish immigrant who killed herself after being bullied by other students at her high school, condemned one of her daughter’s admitted tormenters in a searing courtroom scene yesterday, saying his relationship with the young girl was “predatory’’ and that his betrayal broke her spirit. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
Twice since assuming the role of chief justice, Roderick L. Ireland has used his position to undercut Governor Deval Patrick’s proposal to remove the probation agency from the judiciary’s control and place it under the executive branch. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
Amid the displays of celebration following Osama Bin Laden’s death, and as President Obama prepares to visit New York today to lay a wreath at ground zero and meet with victims’ families, clergy and theologians are debating public shows of triumph. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)
After years of discussion and debate stretching from sports talk radio to the White House, Bill Russell, the Celtics’ legend and civil rights activist, will be honored with a statue in Boston. (By Julian Benbow, Globe Staff)
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