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A dominant culture that keeps leading to women being killed

We’re sending a subliminal message when we call women murdered by men a domestic violence issue.

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No pedestrian plaza — keep cars coursing through Copley Square

Dartmouth Street is one of two main through streets from the South End to Back Bay. Travel on this route was nothing short of a nightmare during the BPDA’s test period last summer.

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Tent City board, manager intent on preserving, revamping storied property

The community needs significant capital improvements to remedy deferred upkeep and update its outdated infrastructure.

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‘Millionaires tax’ passed. Mass. business leaders still push back.

The passage of the Fair Share Amendment showed that voters want to see our state government make major investments to tackle the challenges we face as a Commonwealth.

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A closer look at the issue of body cameras and Cambridge police

It's a city whose municipal leaders are more focused on idyllic bicycle lanes than the real complexities of urban life.

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Doctor doesn’t buy the line that drug ads seek ‘target patient’

The target is the prescribing habits of the physician rather than the edification of the patient.

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Weld-era cautionary tale should guide Healey’s state economic chief

Shirley Leung suggests that all Yvonne Hao needs to do to be a great secretary is staff up her office to compensate for her lack of government experience. To achieve results, she must adjust her personal lens in view of a very different job.

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6.2 acres in the Seaport: think of the possibilities

After pursuing a misguided and unnecessarily accelerated RFP process with little notice, the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority received only two bids.