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Another jewel lost
in Greenway crown

Four years after showing off plans for a glitzy $80 million building on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, organizers of the New Center for Arts and Culture have decided to abandon those plans, leaving yet another empty space on the sprawling tract created by the Big Dig. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)

Senate OK’s bill to curtail bullying

The state Senate, heeding emotional pleas from hundreds of students, unanimously passed a bill yesterday that aims to curb bullying at schools and in cyberspace. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)

Bay State seeks fair shake in health bill

President Obama’s demand to delete “special deals’’ in the health care package would eliminate $500 million in extra Medicaid cash for Massachusetts, but Bay State lawmakers say they are confident the state would recoup that and probably more once negotiations are complete. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)

In fiery house,
brother’s care lasted to the end

Hospice doctors told 80-year-old Edna Power and her family Monday that she had only days to live. Her brother, her closest companion and longtime caretaker, was by her side. And Wednesday night, as a fire roared through their home, by her side is where he stayed. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)

2d owner of Lexus finds trouble, too

Mark Pinnock bought a used Lexus with a checkered past - it had prompted the first of what would become a series of federal investigations into mysterious acceleration in Toyota-made cars. (By Erin Ailworth, Globe Staff)





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