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Harvard turns to
hospitals for $36m

Harvard Medical School, which has suffered financially due in part to a sharp decline in Harvard University’s legendary endowment, has successfully negotiated a deal in which Boston’s major teaching hospitals will contribute $36 million to the school over three years.

A loss that never leaves them

As much as students at the James P. Timilty Middle School are trying to move on, they can’t let go of 14-year-old Jaewon Martin, six weeks after he was shot dead on a Roxbury basketball court, a victim of gun violence. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)

Study foretold a consequence of oil leak

An unusual experiment conducted in 2000 off the coast of Norway, a trial run of a deep-water oil and gas spill that BP helped pay for, showed that oil could remain underwater for some time. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)

Baker to skip groups’
forum on environment

Republican gubernatorial hopeful Charles D. Baker, who opposes Cape Wind and has sidestepped concerns about global warming, is skipping a candidate forum on environmental issues. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)

Heightened tensions keep
city bomb squad on the alert

The failed car bomb attempt in New York's Times Square on May 1 has put a new focus on the Boston Police Department's bomb squad. (By Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)


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