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Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford is set to lose three-quarters of its funding for contract workers and is facing the loss of hundreds of government jobs.
It isn’t the oldest skating organization in the country, but no other American club can match Boston’s influence on the sport since it was incorporated in April 1912.
A retired family court judge yesterday defended her decision ordering a mentally ill woman to have an abortion while lashing out at Boston University law school for rescinding her job offer in the wake of the controversy.
The push to focus on science, technology, engineering, and math — the so-called STEM subjects — in preschools follows decades of advocacy by education experts and policy makers.