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Campatelli draws five challengers for register of probate post

Register of Probate Patricia Campatelli at her swearing-in in 2013.

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Incumbent Patricia Campatelli is currently suspended over allegations of wrongdoing.

 The 2013 deal gave the Red Sox permanent use of Yawkey Way on game days and air rights over Lansdowne Street.

Mayor Walsh no fan of deal with Red Sox

The Walsh administration is criticizing a 2013 deal that gave the team permanent rights on two city streets.

Evan Horowitz

As health care costs grow, everything else shrinks

Nearly a third of all the money in the budget that Governor Patrick signed this morning goes to health care.

Baker says he would set aside $300,000 for contraception

Charlie Baker has come under fire for comments on a ruling that restricts insurance coverage for contraception.

Weekly poll

Mass. economy on the mend, but voters worry about their wallets

Eight in 10 poll respondents say their personal financial situation is about the same or worse than it was a year ago.

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New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary has a long and colorful history. See how much you remember.

Joshua Miller

Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Miller worked in Washington, D.C., before joining the paper in 2013.

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