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2015/08/02 15:10
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All kids deserve a great education — whether it’s in a public or private school — and a forum last week in Boston celebrated the progress that’s being made, especially in Catholic schools. The...
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2015/07/17 12:04
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... has lost a dedicated volunteer' in Jack Wrobel By Hiroko Sato and Rick Sobey, hsato@lowellsun.com, rsobey@lowellsun.com WESTFORD -- As selectmen years ago, John "Jack" Wrobel and Robert...
2015/07/17 04:10
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Developer Related Beal is seeking controversial tax breaks — originally designed for affordable housing in “blighted” areas — for its hotel and workforce/affordable housing project slated for Causeway...
2015/07/16 04:10
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The BRA sorely lacks transparency compared to other big city planning agencies, is leaving millions on the table by sitting on undeveloped parcels, is caught in a clumsy web of missions and lacks an...
2015/07/12 00:17
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In fact, until recently it was unclear how much variation there was in the cost of childbirth in the first place. A new Health Affairs study examined nearly 275,000 low-risk childbirths at 463...
2015/07/10 18:58
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Editorial: Paranoia and PARCC But there is a paranoid thread in the discussion that is unwarranted and unhealthy. Some PARCC opponents see the new assessment tool as part of a sinister federal...
2015/07/09 12:25
2015/07/09 12:25
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That’s how long Gov. Charlie Baker has to reform the MBTA without the boundaries of the so-called Pacheco law, according to the state’s budget agreement for the next fiscal year. What’s he...
2015/07/09 10:11
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Supporters of the Pacheco Law seemed to think that if they blurted out “the Koch Brothers” often enough they’d convince the public of the wisdom in retaining the statute, which sets nearly impossible...
2015/07/09 10:11
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Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito hailed a state budget accord released yesterday that gave the administration many of the MBTA reforms it had sought, as well as a measure to suspend the Pacheco Law. State...
2015/07/08 22:09
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BOSTON - Citing his chairmanship of the board governing a new standardized testing system, a think tank has called for the Massachusetts education commissioner to recuse himself from the process of...
2015/07/08 04:10
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The state Gaming Commission has asked Attorney General Maura Healey to review its practices for any legal violations in the wake of a Herald report on more than 100 hours of closed-door meetings — a...
2015/07/06 15:11
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The state’s Gaming Commission has spent more than 100 hours in secret meetings that were off-limits to the public — including “agenda-planning” sessions, weekly “commissioners’ lunches,” and at least...
2015/07/02 17:28
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Editor’s note: This story is part of a series that focuses on traffic congestion, mass transit and the consequences of failing to plan for worsening gridlock. BOSTON — Urban planners have long...
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