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Fall River mayor defends app, doubles down on claims of innocence

This story was originally published on MassLive.com. Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia, who is facing fraud charges, is defending the smartphone app that is the centerpiece of the federal case against…
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EPA program will prioritize renewable energy projects in Mass.

During a conference in Boston organized by TRC Companies Inc., an EPA official discussed the Brownfields Utilization, Investment and Local Development Act.
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State to review final license for two recreational pot labs

The Cannabis Control Commission will review final licenses for two recreational marijuana testing labs at its hearing on Thursday, inching the industry ever-closer to launch.
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Legislators to revisit health care bill 'as early as possible,' DeLeo says

House Speaker Robert DeLeo said Tuesday that legislators will take another crack at a health care overhaul in the upcoming session, with negotiations beginning earlier than last year and including a …
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Dog play

Students Amy Carbonneau and Sophie Volpe (not pictured) play with their dogs, Beau, a 7-month-old cavachon, and Chewie, a 2-year-old long-haired dachshund, on Speare Commons on Tuesday afternoon. Pho…
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Warren wary of FDA digital health pilot program with local support

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has joined other top democratic legislators in questioning a new FDA approach that could potentially bring digital health tools to market faster.
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Ex-State Street exec gets 18 months in prison for fraud

A former State Street Corp. executive was sentenced to 18 months behind bars on Tuesday for scheming to charge more than $20 million in commissions to the company’s clients without their knowledge. …
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5 lessons to ensure that your new business is successful

To be successful as an entrepreneur and leader – particularly in the early days of a new business venture – you must embrace the concept that life is worth the risk. Risks are an inherent part of lif…
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Want to see a Celtics game this season? It'll cost you a lot of green.

As the Boston Celtics prepare for tipoff in their season opener Tuesday night, excitement surrounding this year's team has caused ticket prices to soar. According to data compiled by TicketIQ, an ev…
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State to offer $50 per new baby in college savings effort

According to Treasurer Deborah Goldberg's office, the deposit will be made through the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority and financed by a Treasury fund she oversees, with support from pr…
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On first day of trial, Harvard dean of admissions defends process

This story was originally published on WBUR. Harvard University's longtime dean of admissions defended the school in federal court on Monday as a contentious trial over racial considerations in the …
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Yo rando reader, it’s National Dictionary Day—you can look it up

Merriam-Webster added 840 new words to the dictionary in 2018. Out of the 32 we chose for National Dictionary Day, how many do you know?
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That time of year

A student sits by Centennial Common as the leaves begin to fall and change colors on Monday. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
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Viewpoint: Statewide college savings program can make higher ed attainable for all

Potential is equally distributed. Opportunity is not. I am honored that my role as Treasurer allows me to take an unprecedented step to change this paradigm and help create equal opportunity for the…
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Legal Sea Foods to close downtown Atlanta location by end of year

The Boston-based seafood restaurant, located at the Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown, opened in 2007.
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