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Teachers at the first charter school in Massachusetts to form a union are now debating whether to dissolve it, dealing a potential blow to an effort to unionize charter schools statewide. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
During the first Sunday service at the First Church of Monson since three tornadoes ravaged central and western Massachusetts, worshipers including volunteers and veteran congregation members packed the nave to hear a message of hope and community. (By Laura J. Nelson, Globe Correspondent)
Beginning today, lawyers for former Massachusetts House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi and two associates will present their defense, hoping to convince a federal jury that, although the actions of DiMasi and his associates may be ugly, they were not illegal, just politics as usual. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
600 gas lamps will soon be fitted with automatic igniters that make them flicker on at nightfall and off at daybreak, and save the city roughly $140,000 a year in fuel bills while reducing carbon emissions. (By Brian R. Ballou, Globe Staff)
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