Mitt Romney launched his fall campaign for the White House in a rousing Republican National Convention finale by promising to create 12 million jobs in perilous economic times.
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Gas in Massachusetts is as expensive as it’s ever been heading into the holiday, and prices continue to rise as Hurricane Isaac forces Gulf Coast refineries to close.
The Pentagon’s top lawyer has informed a former Navy SEAL that his book describing the raid that killed Osama bin Laden violated agreements to not divulge military secrets.
About 125 undergraduates in the class “Government 1310: ‘Introduction to Congress’” are accused of jointly submitting responses for a final exam, some word-for-word identical.
After a contract stalemate that has lasted more than two years, the Boston Teachers Union said it would accept concessions on wages and a teacher evaluation system.
Smothered by Connecticut’s defense, the Minuteman gained just 59 yards in their debut at college football’s highest level.
The annual pension of $60,142, which was suspended last September, was revoked Thursday by state pension officials.
Shoppers at one Somerville location fretted that the family-owned, no-frills store they depend on for bargain groceries may become an upscale supermarket.
Brown said he limited his attendance at the convention to a single day because of scheduling demands, not concern about fallout for his campaign.
The slow-moving, unpredictable storm dropped more than a foot of rain in some places and almost half the state lost power, officials said.
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Brian Billotte has tended bar at the Boston Harbor Hotel’s Rowes Wharf Bar since the day the hotel opened, in 1987.
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