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    NFL can't reinflate

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    07/31/2015 07:35 AM EDT
    Leave it to the New England Patriots to make us all forget about that Olympics snub and those pathetic Red Sox. 
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    What will it take?
    07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - We remember the first time we heard the term "sanctuary city." It was difficult to even imagine a city or town that would be allowed to place itself in the position of breaking the laws of our land. Full Story

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    Salad Bowl Farms plans greenhouses in Devens

    SHIRLEY -- Paul Sellew, a 58-year old "innovator and leader in the organics management industry," according to Wikipedia, is also a successful entrepreneur whose resumé includes a handful of eco-friendly businesses. Full Story
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    St. Anthony's Bazaar set for Aug. 7,8

    SHIRLEY -- St. Anthony's Parish Bazaar will be held this year on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7 and 8. For decades now, St. Full Story
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    Townsend student's thesis has real-world impact

    TOWNSEND -- A local college student combined her love of teaching and the environment with scientific skills to wind up her undergraduate studies. Full Story
     
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    05/15/2014 06:20 PM EDT
    In the race for the southeast Los Angeles County and northern Orange County state Senate seat now known as the 32nd District, it might seem scandal-plagued incumbent Ron Calderon is a hard act to follow. 
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    Gov. Jerry Brown faces politics of prosperity in California: Dan Walters
    05/15/2014 06:16 PM EDT - By Dan WaltersAs Jerry Brown sought the governorship again, 28 years after finishing his first stint, he promised to bring adult supervision to a Capitol that badly needed it, especially in managing the state's roller coaster finances. Full Story

    Gov. Jerry Brown faces politics of prosperity in California: Dan Walters
    05/15/2014 06:11 PM EDT - By Dan WaltersAs Jerry Brown sought the governorship again, 28 years after finishing his first stint, he promised to bring adult supervision to a Capitol that badly needed it, especially in managing the state's roller coaster finances. Full Story

    Mike Argento: Vlad the Impaler, master of the ice
    05/15/2014 06:09 PM EDT - NEWS ITEM: Russian President Vladimir Putin, playing in an amateur hockey tournament called the "All-Russia Festival of Amateur Teams of the Night Hockey League," scored six goals and had five assists in a game in which his team prevailed, 21-4, the state-owned Russian news agency ITAR-Tass reported. Full Story

    OUR SAY: Good data = good policy on heroin deaths
    05/15/2014 06:09 PM EDT - Many law enforcement officials in local jurisdictions across the state are reporting a surge in heroin overdoses and deaths. Full Story

    A mystery virus, still
    05/15/2014 06:08 PM EDT - Saudi Arabia crossed a grim threshold Wednesday, announcing that the number of cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome, caused by a novel coronavirus, has exceeded 500 in the kingdom, with 157 deaths among them. Full Story

    The commencement speech
    05/15/2014 06:08 PM EDT - Commencement addresses have been caught up in protest culture, engulfing activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Full Story

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    Cops: Man buys car after taking $150,000 left by ATM workers

    MAHWAH, N.J. (AP) — One of two men suspected of making off with a bag containing $150,000 in cash that was mistakenly left behind by ATM workers bought an SUV with the money hours later, police said. Full Story
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    Auction set for work from ex-auto plant credited to Banksy

    DETROIT (AP) — An auction is planned for an artwork that gallery officials say the elusive British graffiti artist Banksy created at a former Detroit auto plant. Full Story
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    Katy Perry still battling nuns for former convent

    Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary deny singer's bid to buy a Los Angeles convent, in favor of restaurateur's higher bid, but judge opens the door for renting the property -- and Perry hopes to make her case.