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Two cheers for Boston’s bid to overhaul White Stadium

While the Emerald Necklace Conservancy is suing to block a public-private plan to renovate the facility, two readers welcome the rare opportunity the city is seizing to revive a decrepit site.

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He helped lead Trump’s 2020 Mass. bid. Now he’s MAGA-ed out.

I registered Republican the day I turned 18, and while I am not leaving the party, it is trying to leave me after 27 years.

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Ask anyone in US manufacturing: State of the industry is a grave concern

Those of us who work in the industry, as I do, realize the fundamental fragility and the sparseness of manufacturers for many essential things that we use every day.

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With Riley stepping down, DESE board has crucial decision to make

A diverse slate of candidates should be a given, along with a selection committee that is both diverse and culturally competent and a board that supports and sets up the commissioner for success.

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Dedham ‘no’ vote on migrant aid is unsurprising but still crushing

The thinking by many these days is: Stop giving "these people" something for free. Never mind that those being assisted had to leave their homes and flee for their lives.

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Some wish for, others wary of, a cease-fire

"A cease-fire would only prolong the struggle as Hamas will use any chance it gets to regroup and rearm," writes one reader. Another writes that a cease-fire "can’t come soon enough."

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Much warmth projected from one town’s embrace of refugees

This same spirit can apply all over the Commonwealth. It begins with a few people who want to make something good happen.

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Tremors from IVF ruling are widely felt

Massachusetts is still missing an important piece of the puzzle: fertility preservation for people facing a medical diagnosis or treatment that can impair fertility, such as cancer.