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BOSTON CAPITAL
INNOVATION ECONOMY

Page one

Economy the
issue for N.H. voters

As New Hampshire voters prepare to play their pivotal role in choosing the next president, they stand opposed to some of the favored solutions of GOP candidates seeking their support. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
GETTING IN | BOSTON’S SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT MAZE

A daily diaspora, a scattered street

Children in Boston disperse to schools all over. Childhood chums, and neighborhood feeling, can be left behind. (By Stephanie Ebbert and Jenna Russell, Globe Staff)

Uprooted Springfield
family vows to resettle

The tornado that gouged a path through the city June 1 destroyed some 800 homes in the region, leaving families like the Runnellses with nearly nothing to their name and nowhere to go. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)

Cheers from (no) peanut gallery

Peanuts were banned last Sunday from an entire 226-person section of Fenway Park for the second time this season as part of a growing effort to accommodate Red Sox fans with allergies. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

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