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Mavs' Mark Cuban deserves the title
By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist No NBA owner deserves a championship more than Mark Cuban. Not since the days of the owner-coaches, the Eddie Gottliebs...
Huntsman hits N.H., test for new campaign
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman made a beeline to New Hampshire today after formally kickng off his bid for the Republican presidential nomination with a speech in New Jersey. The visit underscored the pivotal nature of the first-in-the-nation primary to his campaign.
YT: Budget BluesMarblehead voters okay $43 million in property tax increases
By Steven Rosenberg, Globe Staff Marblehead residents voted to...
The former director of the Merrimack Special Education Collaborative is facing allegations that he fleeced the publicly funded organization, set up to provide education services to special needs children, of more than $10 million while paying himself, a former girlfriend, and a handful of top staff extravagant salaries and bonuses. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)
Senators John F. Kerry and John McCain, seeking to defuse a contentious debate over funding for US military operations in Libya, proposed a resolution yesterday offering congressional support for President Obama’s policy in the North African country. (By Theo Emery, Globe Staff)
A state panel yesterday recommended a $2 billion expansion of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center that would nearly double the size of the Seaport District complex but require tax increases and public subsidies to finance it. (By Casey Ross, Globe Staff)
The firing of 29 nurses and mental health counselors at Carney Hospital last month followed five complaints of abuse or neglect on the adolescent psychiatry unit — not one as initially disclosed by the hospital — according to state officials. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
Former state treasurer Timothy P. Cahill was directly involved in the state lottery’s decision to launch a $1.65 million taxpayer-funded advertising blitz seen as benefiting his campaign for governor last year, according to e-mails and other documents obtained by the Globe. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
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