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Developer to admit campaign fraud

Arthur Winn, developer of the failed Columbus Center project, is facing six months in jail after being charged with illegal campaign donations.

Court rules that FAA failed in its review of Cape Wind

A US Court of Appeals rejected the Federal Aviation Administration’s ruling that the proposed 130 turbines, each 440 feet tall, present “no hazard’’ to aviation.

Mitt Romney visited the Executive Court in Manchester last night for his 15th New Hampshire town hall of the campaign.

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Romney leaning hard on strong N.H. backing

Mitt Romney’s front-runner status in New Hampshire could put him in a precarious position in a state whose voters enjoy defying expectations.

Lancaster, MA - 10-28-11 - Snow on pumpkins at Harper Farms in Lancaster. (Globe staff photo / Bill Greene) section:met

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State could see up to a foot of snow

A rare October snowstorm is charging towards the Northeast, starting with cold rain arriving in Boston around 4 p.m. today.

Roxbury, MA -- 10/28/11 -- Brandy K. Cruthird displays a basket of the healthy alternatives that she is offering kids for Halloween as she stands inside Body by Brandy 4 Kidz, in Roxbury, MA. (Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe)

Halloween defies push for healthy habits

Child health advocates are advising parents to restrict their children’s candy intake on Halloween. But local parents seem to have one response: Yeah, right.

Boston, MA 9/17/11 Bride to be, Dawn Macdonald's (cq) dancing with friend, Ketih Nicholson (cq) of Lowell during her and Jack and Jill party (combined bachelor and bachelorette) on the Boston Super tours,

Despite concerns, party buses rock on

Party buses have become a popular means of pub crawling without walking and partying without driving, but to police and neighborhood leaders they are also a nuisance.