June 2, 2011
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With Shaq gone, let the great debate begin
By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist Couldn't help but note that, as always, plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose. In other words, nothing ever...
In announcing presidential bid, Romney to focus on economy, Obama
By Matt Viser, Globe Staff Mitt Romney this morning is planning to announce his presidential bid by delivering a forceful speech that continues to criticize...
YT: Budget BluesMass. tax collections up 43 percent in April
Associated Press BOSTON—Massachusetts revenue officials say a surprisingly large increase...
A PATH OF DESTRUCTION
Tornadoes tore through Western and Central Massachusetts, killing at least four people, injuring an untold number, and reducing schools, churches, and homes to splinters along its destructive path. (Globe Staff)
Dan Shaughnessy > Canucks 1, Bruins 0
The Bruins dropped the first game of the Stanley Cup finals in excruciating fashion last night, losing to the favored Vancouver Canucks, 1-0, on a Raffi Torres goal with only 18.5 seconds left on the clock. (By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)
Following a Memorial Day weekend melee that caused authorities to swarm Carson Beach, city officials are seeking to claim police authority over Boston’s waterfront, territory that now belongs to State Police. (By Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)
Salvatore F. DiMasi racked up so much personal debt while speaker of the state House of Representatives that he sought relief by soliciting kickbacks from a Burlington software company seeking business with the state, according to prosecutors and a witness in federal court yesterday. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
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