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  1. Tower proposal gets major boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | Boston Herald

    Gov. Charlie Baker yesterday signed off on changes to state laws that limit shadows cast by developments on the Boston Common and Public Garden, eliminating a roadblock to Millennium Partners' proposed $1 billion, 775-foot tower on the Winthrop Square garage site in downtown Boston. Millennium, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Planning & Development Agency pushed for changes to the laws, which were enacted in 1990 and 1992.

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  2. Carr: John Connolly's glory days mean Zip in parole bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | Boston Herald

    The most corrupt FBI agent ever was informed this week by the parole board in Florida that he won't be up for parole until 2039 - when he'll be 98 years old. And that's if he keeps his nose clean.

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  3. Cops investigate park attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | Boston Herald

    Boston Police including Commissioner William Evans, center, investigate the scene of an afternoon stabbing at the Boston Common on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. The first of two stabbings on Boston Common started when one man hit another with a skateboard, prosecutors said yesterday as two men were charged in the two incidents.

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  4. AP Interview: Roma's US president issues stadium ultimatumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | Boston Herald

    If regional authorities don't approve construction of a long-delayed new stadium for the team, Boston executive James Pallotta says he is prepared to sell the club. "We have to be breaking ground in February or March.

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  5. Heslam: BPS summer program makes sure no child is forgottenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Boston Herald

    For a little while yesterday, dozens of homeless Hub kids and students in foster care were able to put aside their difficult living situations to celebrate the best day of the year: their birthdays. There were balloons, two big cakes , and ice cream.

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  6. From archives past, dino lives againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Boston Herald

    A brontosaurus replica is transported via helicopter across the Charles River to the Museum of Science,which was installing an animatronic dinosaur exhibit. It was the Fourth of July, 1984, a banner day in Boston, with the Pops concert, the fireworks and all the hoopla.

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  7. Sessions lauds MS-13 arrests in El SalvadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Boston Herald

    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in El Salvador yesterday, congratulated that nation's top prosecutor for criminally charging hundreds of members of MS-13 - the vicious international gang that authorities have linked to teen slayings in East Boston. Prosecutors in the Central American country charged 113 MS-13 gang members, according to a statement released by the U.S. Department of Justice.

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  8. Ben Affleck, Matt Damon bring Boston drama to ShowtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Boston Herald

    Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are teaming up behind the camera of a new television pilot for Showtime. Shocker, right? These guys have been working together for ages, but with this Boston-set "gritty thriller" comes more noteworthy names from both of their worlds.

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  9. Three ways to turn midday meal into an adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Boston Herald

    JAZZ IT UP: The Boston Lighthouse Brunch Cruise and the Cape Cod Central Railroad Sunday Brunch Train, far left, offer great scenery and food. The Cape Cod Central Railroad Sunday Brunch Train: starts in Hyannis and wends along Cape Cod scenery/photo courtesy Cape Cod Central Railroad The table is set for brunch aboard The Cape Cod Central Railroad Sunday Brunch Train:/photo courtesy of the Cape Cod Central Railroad Who doesn't love a brunch? The long, lazy Sunday morning foodie tradition that allows you to overindulge without guilt, sip on a special concoction midday and relax.

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  10. Steve Sweeney, Joe Malone funny dynamic duoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Boston Herald

    GET READY: Comedian Steve Sweeney, left, and former state Treasurer Joe Malone bring a nuanced look to the day's news - with a few laughs sprinkled in. Sweeney and Malone is not a funeral parlor in Dorchester.

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  11. Fire commissioner irked workers slow to alertRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Boston Herald

    'GRAVE CONCERN': Fire Commissioner Joseph Finn was very critical of workers at Dorchester's Treadmark construction site who waited for 90 minutes to report a fire that seriously damaged the buildings upper levels, above. Staff photo by Angela Rowlings.

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  12. Boston fire chief blasts construction workers for slow response to blazeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Boston Herald

    The city's fire commissioner blasted construction workers for taking 90 minutes to report a fire that destroyed a six-story building in Dorchester last month and said city officials are working on new safety standards for buildings under construction -- particularly those with highly flammable wood frames. "It's a grave concern, it's a total breakdown on the construction site itself, there should be no delay in the response," Fire Commissioner Joseph Finn said today of workers at 1971-1979 Dorchester Avenue smelling smoke on June 28 but taking an hour and a half to call the fire department.

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  13. Prosecutors seek stiff sentence for 65-year-old bank robberRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Boston Herald

    Prosecutors say a 65-year-old career criminal who even spent time behind bars for killing a man deserves more than nine years in prison for his latest crime, a Boston bank robbery. The Boston Globe reports that prosecutors wrote in a court filing Tuesday that Joseph Rachal is "a dangerous individual who has no intention of becoming a law-abiding citizen."

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  14. Boston, neighbors brace for impact of bridge projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Boston Herald

    Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack talks with Acting MassDOT Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver about the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge near Boston University, Tuesday, July 25, 2017. Staff photo by Angela Rowlings.

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  15. Gena R. Plagenza, at 88, of Melrose, secretaryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Boston Herald

    Gena R. Plagenza of Melrose, formerly of Wakefield and Malden, died July 19 at Bear Hill Nursing Center. She was 88. She was born in East Boston, raised in Chelsea and was a graduate of Chelsea High School and Burdett Business School.

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  16. Eastie hotel eyes expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Boston Herald

    AIRPORT ADJACENT: The Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport is proposing an expansion, above, after plans to build a restaurant could not land tenants for the space. The developer of the 178-room Hilton Garden Inn Boston Logan Airport on Route 1A in East Boston wants to add additional rooms to the all-suites business hotel, after unfruitful efforts to land tenants for two proposed restaurant/retail sites on the property.

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  17. Woman ordered to repay $1.8M from tax refund schemeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Boston Herald

    A Massachusetts woman has been ordered to repay $1.8 million and spend six months in prison for her role in a tax fraud scheme. Thirty-five-year-old Claudia Toribio, of Charlestown, was sentenced in Boston federal court on Monday after pleading guilty to one count of theft of public money in March.

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  18. Chabot: Pols ready to put off work to partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Boston Herald

    SUMMERTIME BLUES: Beacon Hill pols such as Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg, above, and Ways and Means Chairman Jeffrey Sanchez will be vacating the golden dome at the State House for recess soon. Photo by Arthur Pollock Beacon Hill pols are poised for summer vacation, getting ready to party with 6,000 lawmakers flying in from around the nation - while leaving health care reform and a massive revenue shortfall on the table.

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  19. Puppy Doe case highlights need for abuse law expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Boston Herald

    'LINE IN THE SAND': Some animal welfare advocates say the horrific Puppy Doe abuse case will embolden prosecutors to bring more charges. Radoslaw Czerkawski, above center, goes to trial tomorrow on animal cruelty charges.

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  20. Police hunt for driver who hit 60-year-old man, fledRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 22 | Boston Herald

    Authorities are searching for a hit-and-run driver they say seriously injured a 60-year-old man as he crossed Dedham Parkway in Boston, state police said. Troopers responding to a reported hit-and-run on Dedham Boulevard East about 11:45 p.m. Friday said they found the injured man in the roadway.

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