Mar. 28, 2012
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Patriots
Meet the new Patriots players

Meet the new Patriots players

Fullback Tony Fiametta is one of several free agents who have signed with the Patriots.

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MBTA unveils 23% fare hike

T riders would pay an average of 23 percent more and most service cuts would be spared under a budget-balancing plan announced today. (Globe, 1:42 p.m.)

The man arrested in the slaying of a Vermont prep school teacher told police that he and his wife were driving around Sunday when he "got the idea to get a girl." (Globe, 3:01 p.m.)
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A Wegmans in Downtown Crossing?

A Wegmans in Downtown Crossing?
Wegmans is looking to open a supermarket in Boston and would consider a site in Downtown Crossing, the company's CEO said during a speech today.

Parts of health care law may be saved

Several Supreme Court justices seemed receptive to the idea that portions of Obama's health care law can stand even if the individual mandate does not. (AP, 2:49 p.m.)

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Opinion | Mac D'Alessandro

No more 'yes, sir'

In the wake of the death of Trayvon Martin, showing unwarranted deference comes at a cost, and it has to end.
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For those who favor electronic devices over frayed cookbooks, download the new "Sunday Supper & More" e-book for iPad, e-reader, or in PDF format.

A feast of options
for online reservations

Several start-ups are challenging OpenTable Inc., the go-to destination for Web reservations.
Opinion | Brian McGrory

Go first class for a change

While there is serious crime all over this great city, Boston police are making sure the liquor license situation at Logan’s airline clubs is under control.
Music review

Greek violin soloist takes up baton

Leonidas Kavakos returned to Symphony Hall to make his BSO conducting debut.
Dining out

In Providence, two restaurants shine

Local food and craft cocktails are hits at Cook & Brown and the Dorrance, both winners of awards.
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There’s so much more than witches

If you’ve seen Salem only in full-on Haunted Happenings mode, you haven’t seen Salem.

Politics

George H. W. Bush will formally endorse Romney for president

George H. W. Bush will formally endorse Romney for president

Former President George H.W. Bush, already a stated supporter of Mitt Romney, will officially endorse the leading Republican presidential candidate on Thursday in Houston.

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Arts & Entertainment

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Dancing With the Stars: Martina Navratilova first to leave ballroom

The tennis great was the first celebrity booted from the show on the March 27 episode. See more "Dancing" news.

Lifestyle

New food trucks for 2012

New food trucks for 2012

Starting April 1, there's a new schedule for food trucks in the Hub. You'll find debut businesses and old standbys but where will your favorites be? Here are some highlights from the schedule.

Travel

Bird-watching at Mount Auburn

Bird-watching at Mount Auburn

Mount Auburn Cemetery is a haven for birdwatchers and avian enthusiasts. From various warblers to Great Horned Owls, here are a few of the feathered friends you may see there.

Community

Eating your placenta

Eating your placenta

Would you eat your own placenta? Actress January Jones does it. Find out what local moms think and add your own thoughts.

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What Chinese workers want
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What Chinese workers want

One writer says the Chinese workers she knows are ambitious and excited about their prospects, but Americans don't see it that way.

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Top 11 Mass. cities and towns for home values

Top 11 Mass. cities and towns for home values

Despite the odds, 11 Massachusetts communities have surpassed home values prior to those in the recession.
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Cars

10 fuel-efficient cars

10 fuel-efficient cars

From affordable to super luxurious, these new cars impress us with their style, features, and fuel economy.
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Jobs

10 jobs in decline through 2020

10 jobs in decline through 2020

Semiconductor processors are just one of the 10 fastest-declining jobs in America.
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