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  1. Breaking even tough to do in Boston marketRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Boston Herald

    On the fence about renting or buying a home? A new analysis compares the costs and how long you would have to live in a home to rationalize the upfront expense of buying it. In the Boston metro area, buying makes more financial sense if you plan to stay put for at least 3.4 years.

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  2. Cyclist spinning over statie disRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Boston Herald

    A state trooper captured on video saying he and others on the force "really don't care about" bike lanes on the Longfellow Bridge has prompted an inquiry by his department and sparked a social media debate. "Yeah, we don't really care about these bike lanes.

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  3. Sense of peace' for family of two Boston victimsRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Boston Herald

    WAITING THEIR TURN: Salvador Furtado, pictured above, and Ernesto Abreu held a press conference yesterday in attorney William T. Kennedy's office. Aaron Hernandez stands accused of killing their respective sons, Danny and Safiro.

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  4. Hub police tip line yields few arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Boston Herald

    The CrimeStoppers hotline that lets anonymous callers and text messagers pass information to cops from the shadows has led to only a handful of arrests in the past three years. Between 2012 and 2014, CrimeStoppers received 1,085 tips by either phone call or text.

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  5. Tall orders for skylineRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Boston Herald

    A new Financial District tower could reshape the Boston skyline under competing redevelopment proposals for the shuttered Winthrop Square garage. Eight development teams are vying to change the city's skyscraper hierarchy with a superstructure as high as 780 feet that would rival the 750-foot Prudential and 790-foot Hancock towers in the Back Bay.

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  6. Brave cop routs tenants from blazeRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Boston Herald

    An off-duty Boston cop raced into a smoke-filled building to warn residents about a blaze next door during a two-alarm fire in the North End yesterday. She radioed dispatch and told them about the blaze, and then drove over.

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  7. Boston firefighters battling two-alarm North End blazeRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Boston Herald

    Boston firefighters are battling a two-alarm fire that broke out this afternoon in an apartment building in the North End, fire officials said. The Stillman Place fire, which was first reported at 3:57 p.m., is burning on the third and fourth floors of a four-story brick building, Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald said.

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  8. Lawrence man gets 16 years for kidnapping conspiracyRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Boston Herald

    A second man who was part of a gang that kidnapped a man off a Boston street and demanded a $100,000 ransom has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. Julio Gonzalez, of Lawrence, was also sentenced Monday in federal court to three years of probation after pleading guilty in November to conspiracy to commit kidnapping.

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  9. Shooting suspect was out on bailRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Boston Herald

    A 20-year-old Roxbury man who was free on bail is now charged with opening fire in a schoolyard full of kids and parents who fled in a panic Sunday evening. Semaj Leary's bail on an earlier assault and battery case was revoked as he was charged yesterday in Roxbury District Court with unlawful possession of a loaded firearm with a defaced serial number, and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling.

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  10. Robichaud: Hacks stand by while businesses sufferRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Boston Herald

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce states its purpose as "advocating for pro-business policies that create jobs and grow our economy. Key issues a range from smart tax a policy and regulatory relief to legal reform and trade promotion."

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  11. Young, old remember HolocaustRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Boston Herald

    From a 90-year-old survivor of a Nazi labor camp to a 14-year-old student whose understanding of liberation also means standing up to bullies, Holocaust Remembrance Day was somberly observed in Boston yesterday by those who lived to tell, and those who vow to keep their stories alive for generations to come. "We all have connections with this event, directly and indirectly," historian David Eisenhower, the grandson of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, told the audience that filled Faneuil Hall to commemorate both the 70th anniversary of the emancipation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland and the 20th anniversary of the New England Holocaust Memorial on Union Street.

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  12. Gelzinis: Winter made glorious springRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Boston Herald

    Jonathan Sanchez paints the stands at Fenway Park, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Staff photo by Angela Rowlings.

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  13. Boston cop shot in the face released from hospitalRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | Boston Herald

    The decorated Boston police officer who was shot in the face two weeks ago during a traffic stop in Roxbury has been released from the hospital and is now recovering at home, authorities said. Officer John T. Moynihan, 34, was shot in the face below the eye by Angelo West, 41, who was killed in the aftermath.

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  14. Last Best Show: The Sonics at Brighton Music HallRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | Boston Herald

    Woolworth's used to sell boxes of 45 rpm records, a 10-pack for 99 cents. Only one record would be visible, usually a picture sleeve featuring a flop by a well-known artist, such as Freddie and the Dreamers, or a tantalizing picture sleeve of some unknown but cool-looking band, such as Richard and the Young Lions.

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  15. Gelznis: Boston, S.C. videos both speak for themselvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Boston Herald

    The week began with a harrowing clip of a white North Charleston, S.C., police officer named Michael Slager firing eight bullets and killing a fleeing, unarmed black man named Walter Scott, who Slager stopped for a broken taillight. Yesterday, we got to see the attempted assassination of Boston police officer John Moynihan by a career criminal who was killed on Humboldt Avenue two weeks ago while shooting at Moynihan's fellow officers.

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  16. DA: Video of Boston officer shot 'speaks for itself': Watch the VideoRead the original story

    Friday Apr 10 | Boston Herald

    This frame grab from a video released by the Suffolk County District Attorney's office shows the moment Boston Officer John Moynihan, 34, was shot by Angelo West, 41, who was killed in the aftermath. The shocking video released today of a Boston gang unit officer being shot point-blank in the face "speaks for itself," Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said today.

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  17. DA: Video of officer shot 'speaks for itself'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Boston Herald

    The shocking video released today of a Boston gang unit officer being shot point-blank in the face "speaks for itself," Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said today. The footage shows Officer John T. Moynihan, 34, being shot just below his eye last month by Angelo West, 41, who was killed in the aftermath.

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  18. DA: Video of officer shot `speaks for itself'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Boston Herald

    The shocking video released today of a Boston gang unit officer being shot point-blank in the face "speaks for itself," Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said today. The footage shows Officer John Moynihan, 34, being shot just below his eye last month by Angelo West, 41, who was killed in the aftermath.

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  19. Massachusetts VA clinic, hospital wait times vary widelyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Boston Herald

    In a state that prides itself on access to great health care, wait times at Veterans Affairs hospitals and clinics vary widely, with some facilities in central and western Massachusetts delaying appointments at much higher rates than in the affluent east. Nearly 9,000 medical appointments at VA facilities in Massachusetts - about 2 percent of the state's total during the six-month period ending in February - failed to meet the department's goal of completing medical appointments within 30 days.

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  20. Rosenberg: No tax dollars to 2024 OlympicsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Boston Herald

    Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg said he remains totally committed to keeping taxpayer dollars out of the Summer Games, but he's willing to chalk up Boston 2024's recent struggles in inexperience with an Olympic bid. "I think they're working as hard as they can work, I think they're working as smart as they can work but it clearly is something that nobody in this picture has actually done before and I think they're really struggling to keep up with the demands of the whole system," Rosenberg said this morning on Boston Herald Radio's "Morning Meeting" program.

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