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CapeFLYER Ridership, Revenue Down in 2014

The Boston-to-Cape Cod train service saw a dip in its overall revenues, though it recouped some lost revenue with increased ad sales. June: Slow Start After Hot Weekend for Service State Expanded Service in 2014

Manchester, N.H. Is ‘More Educated’ Than Boston

Boston is only the 10th-most-educated city in the United States, according to personal finance site Fed Up Townie Delivers Scathing ‘Welcome Back’ to Boston Students

Mary Bonauto and Harvard Professor Win $625,000 MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants

Boston civil rights lawyer Mary Bonauto and Harvard mathematics professor Jacob Lurie were among the 21 recipients of the annual MacArthur Foundation “genius” grants awarded on Wednesday morning. Gay Marriage Legal Strategist Is Taking on National Role Mary Bonauto Honored by the ADL

Aaron Hernandez: ‘I Felt Helpless’

In newly released court documents, the former Patriots tight end and alleged murderer said that he felt compelled to answer questions from police because he was worried about the safety of his fiance and their child when his home was searched for evidence in June 2013. Some Evidence in Aaron Hernandez Murder Case Can Be Suppressed, Judge Rules What Would It Take for You to Stop Watching the NFL?

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