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  1. Arrest Me,' Convention Protesters Say, but Police Officers Show RestraintRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Boston.com

    The young man in the gray T-shirt grabbed a metal barricade outside the Wells Fargo Center Monday afternoon and tried to haul himself over. Police officers on the other side pushed him back.

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  2. You don't have to be with Hillary Clinton to appreciate this momentRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Boston.com

    With her mother's permission, Sydney Armini, 10, will be up Thursday night to watch Hillary Clinton make history as the first woman to accept a major party's nomination for president. "There could finally be someone besides a guy who is the head of our country I can look up to," the Marblehead fifth-grader said.

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  3. Search for missing kayaker leads to person already rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Boston.com

    US Coast Guard officials stopped their search Saturday for the owner of an unmanned kayak after discovering it belonged to someone who had been rescued the day before. At about 11:40 a.m. on Saturday, the Coast Guard received a call about an unmarked, unmanned 10-foot kayak drifting three nautical miles east of Marblehead.

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  4. Peabody firefighters spend more than 42 hours battling factory blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Boston.com

    Nearly two days after a fire was first discovered in a styrofoam factory, Peabody firefighters remained on the scene Thursday battling hotspots in the charred remains of the large building, officials said. "This was an extremely large fire," Peabody Fire Deputy Chief Richard Nelson said in a telephone interview, which he said is the longest firefight in his career."

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  5. House unanimously approves limits on noncompete agreementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Boston.com

    The House of Representatives voted 149-0 on Wednesday to approve a bill that would impose strict new limits on noncompete agreements, a move largely aimed at making Massachusetts more appealing to startups and skilled tech workers. The bill was the result of a compromise brokered by House Speaker Robert DeLeo and his leadership team.

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  6. Blotter Tales Come back, little garden gnomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Boston.com

    Every day, police officers respond to reports of all sorts of events and nonevents, most of which never make the news. Here is a sampling of lesser-known - but no less noteworthy - incidents from police log books in our suburbs.

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  7. Six fun things to do around Boston, June 26-July 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Boston.com

    Anjelica Huston and Norman Mailer are two of the 26 Famous Faces: Portraits by Nancy Ellen Craig, on exhibit at the Parker Gallery of the Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell. Craig was called the best American portrait painter post-John Singer Sargent.

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  8. Legislation may force utilities to fix gas leaks quickerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Boston.com

    State lawmakers, acting on research that raised concerns about thousands of natural gas leaks once considered safe, are prodding utility companies to repair them more aggressively. The House this month approved a bill that would require utilities within five years to plug nearly 16,000 such gas leaks, many of which are decades old and responsible for a significant amount of the state's heat-trapping gases.

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  9. Lighthouses continue to draw attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Boston.com

    Images of iconic coastal beacons are everywhere, from stirring motivational posters, to sunset photos on Facebook, to the Cape Cod Potato Chips logo. We see them on sailing trips, or days at the beach, or long drives along the coast.

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  10. Blotter Tales Glued to her recliner? No, stuckRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Boston.com

    Every day, police officers respond to reports of all sorts of events and non-events, most of which never make the news. Here is a sampling of lesser-known - but no less noteworthy - incidents from police log books in our suburbs.

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  11. ADL: 2016 anti-Semitic incidents nearly match 2015 reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Boston.com

    Reports of anti-Semitic incidents are soaring this year across New England, an increase fueled by vandalism, harassment, and other acts at schools and colleges, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Anti-Defamation League. According to the ADL, there have already been 56 anti-Semitic acts in the region this year, nearly as many as for all of 2015, when 61 were reported.

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  12. Anti-Semitic incidents are soaring, group saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Boston.com

    Reports of anti-Semitic incidents are soaring this year across New England, an increase fueled by vandalism, harassment, and other acts at schools and colleges, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Anti-Defamation League. According to the ADL, there have already been 56 anti-Semitic acts in the region this year, nearly as many as for all of 2015, when 61 were reported.

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  13. She's pressing top companies on pay equityRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Boston.com

    The buzz around the gender pay gap had been building with a flurry of bills filed and Equal Pay Day speeches made - but those with the power to take immediate action, the companies that issue the paychecks, were slow to act on their own. Enter Natasha Lamb, director of equity research and shareholder engagement at the Marion-based investment firm Arjuna Capital, who decided it was time to take matters into her own hands.

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  14. obituary Ben Strohecker, Harbor Sweets founder and noted AIDS activist, dies at 88Read the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Boston.com

    If Ben Strohecker had only invented Sweet Sloops he would always be remembered by anyone who tasted candies produced by his business, Harbor Sweets of Salem. His signature delicacy - a triangle of almond buttercrunch toffee, coated in white chocolate, and then dipped in dark chocolate and crushed pecans - came about by accident.

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  15. Bill to limit - noncompetes' advances, with a contentious provisionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Boston.com

    A bill to limit corporate noncompete agreements advanced in the Legislature Monday, but it includes a surprise provision that some big companies may not support. The Labor and Workforce Development Committee approved compromise legislation with terms similar to those outlined in a March speech by House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo.

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  16. Kieran Kesner for The Boston Globe New prom theme: Safety danceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2016 | Boston.com

    The scene of a mock accident simulation put on by Lexington High School to highlight the issues of underage drinking and impaired driving. The high school prom conjures memories of the nervous invite, a smart tux and luminous dress, and a night of music and magic.

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  17. Charlie Harrington's favorite spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2016 | Boston.com

    When scouting the Boston area, Charlie Harrington continually finds himself drawn to a handful of familiar locales. A few of his favorites: 1. The Marblehead and Swampscott areas: Not only are the local governments and residents easy to work with, but "it's the most New England-y place on the mainland," Harrington said.

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  18. Charlie Harrington's favorite spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2016 | Boston.com

    When scouting the Boston area, Charlie Harrington continually finds himself drawn to a handful of familiar locales. A few of his favorites: 1. The Marblehead and Swampscott areas: Not only are the local governments and residents easy to work with, but "it's the most New England-y place on the mainland," Harrington said.

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  19. How these doctors bypass insurance companiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2016 | Boston.com

    For nine years, Dr. Jeffrey Gold was the quintessentially overworked family physician: too many patients, too much paperwork, too little time to really provide care. But Gold did something most of his colleagues have not: He ditched a job at a Partners HealthCare physicians group and launched his own practice, using an uncommon but emerging business model known as direct primary care.

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  20. Jeff Jacoby: Barbara Anderson defeated TaxachusettsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2016 | Boston.com

    It would be overstating the case to claim that nobody disliked Barbara Anderson, the irrepressible "tax-cut tigress" who for nearly 40 years was the best-known taxpayer activist in Massachusetts. The longtime director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, who died of leukemia on Friday at 73, had an amazing gift for friendship that even diehard political foes found hard to resist.

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