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THE GREAT DIVIDECity’s proposal for the O’Bryant School met with hedged enthusiasm, skepticismAt the School Committee meeting Wednesday evening, members questioned Skipper about the city’s proposal for the O’Bryant, focusing in particular on the community engagement process in developing the plan and its overall lack of details.
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‘Quiet strength’ at the top: In Claudine Gay, Harvard turns to cool, unflappable leadership at a time of higher education turmoil
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Boston attorney, twice acquitted of sexual assault, found not guilty in 2016 rape case
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Lion at Franklin Park Zoo donates blood to save brother’s life
Kamaia, a 14-year-old male lion at Franklin Park Zoo in Boston, underwent successful surgery Friday to remove his spleen and received a life-saving blood transfusion from his brother, according to Zoo New England.
One Boston police officer shot, two others injured, official says
An officer on patrol came upon a robbery in progress when a suspect fired multiple times, officials said. Two other officers were also injured, but not by gunfire.
Trump kept classified documents in bathroom, shower of Mar-a-Lago club, indictment alleges
Donald Trump has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, making him the first former president in US history to face federal charges. Follow live updates.
Today in History: June 10
Today is Saturday, June 10, the 161st day of 2023. There are 204 days left in the year.
R.I. House approves $14 billion budget after attempt to boost cost-of-living pension payments
A last-minute addition includes $3 million to preserve Head Start and Early Head Start seats, and $4 million for a pilot program.
Boston Latin Academy teachers vote no confidence in head of school
More than 85 percent of the 109 faculty members who took part in the vote approved the no confidence measure, according to results released on Friday.
Downtown Crossing celebrates Pride with Drag Tease performance
Organized by Men of Melanin Magic and sponsored by the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District, it was one of the first in a series of free events offered for Pride Month in Boston.
Historians, legal scholars react to news of Donald Trump’s classified document indictment
Many agreed that the indictment was an affirmation of a fundamental principle of the nation’s criminal justice system — the law applies equally to all — and not an act of political retaliation by the Biden administration.