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Ground Game | Election day preview
All eyes are on the Granite State Tuesday.
As the spotlight shifts to Donald Trump’s rivals, New Hampshire now decides how much crazy the rest of us must tolerate.
If Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win Tuesday, the victories would lend needed credibility to their campaigns.
City officials point to how the results indicate that Somerville residents are happier than the denizens of Switzerland, which was ranked the happiest country in a 2015 survey.
Gina Raimondo lost the high-stakes competition to win General Electric’s favor. But she is still declaring victory.
The state has maxed out in the amount of solar certificates it can award to developers.
A prime piece of state-owned land, at the southern entrance to downtown Boston, is going on the market.
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Regardless of his prospects of winning, Michael Bloomberg’s candidacy would be a jolt to our electoral system.
CSC will continue on as the college’s resident theater company for at least three more years.
Skiers and snowboarders will be soaring at Fenway Park this week. Take a look from their perspective.
Ben Volin | On football
If the Patriots ever lost a Super Bowl like the Panthers did Sunday, boy would New Englanders be upset.
The unidentified woman went into labor when the car she was riding in was stopped in traffic.
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The last week of campaigning among the Republican candidates has clarified a murky political picture.
There’s a sense on the ground that anything can happen.
The former Bruin, who returns to town with his new team Tuesday, has a unique ability to recall numbers from years gone by.
Flynn was a union dock worker at the South Boston port before launching his political career.
The billionaire businessman said he found the current campaign to be ‘‘an insult to the voters.’’
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