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MBTA Janitors’ Jobs Are Safe—For Now

One third of the MBTA’s janitorial staff will not be losing their jobs on Labor Day after all. MBTA Urged to Reconsider Scheduled Cuts to Station Janitors Board Approves 5% MBTA Fare Hike

Boston Marathon Survivor Marries His Nurse

James Costello, who survived the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, married Krista D’Agostino, one of his nurses at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. Boston Marathon Bombing Victim and Her Service Dog Reunited Marathon bombing survivor gets home outfitted to support her injuries

Boston Journalist ‘Overwhelmed’ By Effort to Bring Him Home from Captivity in Syria

Journalist Peter Theo Curtis landed at Logan Airport on Tuesday and returned to his mother’s home in Cambridge after spending two years in captivity in Syria. 8/24/14: Kidnapped Journalist from Boston Freed in Syria

Coakley Orders Investigation Into Mental Health Patient’s Death

Attorney General Martha Coakley has ordered a criminal investigation in the 2009 death of Joshua K. Messier, a 23-year-old mental health patient at Bridgewater State Hospital that died while his wrists and ankles were strapped to the corners of a bed.

Boston Public Schools Avoids 3rd Straight Day of Busing Issues

While school officials had concerns about 15 drivers who had not confirmed they would cover their routes, an update Wednesday morning indicated that all routes were covered and all buses were running on time. Boston Public Schools: All Bus Routes Covered for Tuesday Boston Bus Drivers Protest Cuts That Will Have Students Riding the T At union rally, Mayor Walsh urged to support fired school bus drivers

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