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So long, Leon
Are you as bummed out by this as I am? Leon Powe has been signed by the Cavaliers. Stupid me. I had held out...
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Priest makes Kennedy, pope letters public
At the graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery for Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Theodore Cardinal McCarrick, archbishop emeritus of Washington, D.C. and a family friend,...
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Local option taxes weighed throughout the region
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Switch saves
immigrants' health care

Thousands of legal immigrants facing steep cuts in state-subsidized health care will keep core medical services such as routine doctor visits and hospital treatment under a plan unveiled yesterday by Governor Deval Patrick. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)

Recession dims the glow at WGBH

Just two years ago, WGBH celebrated the opening of an $85 million state-of-the-art headquarters that symbolized its self-described status as a “public media powerhouse.’’ Today, the nonprofit is coming to grips with the economic realities of operating radio and television tations in a recession. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)

Businesses uneasy without Kennedy

The death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy is raising concerns about the future of programs he championed that benefited the state’s major employers, particularly in the fields of health care, higher education, and technology. (By Robert Gavin and Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
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An icon, for better or worse

Senator Edward M. Kennedy was in the pantheon of American icons throughout his career -- although his cultural resonance shifted as he matured, evolving from dynastic playboy to Capitol Hill power broker. (By Sasha Issenberg, Globe Correspondent)
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