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Housing must remain part of Southie development

City planners shouldn’t let the small minds and squeaky wheels kill a major part of the Edison power plant redo.

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Health and stable housing: Taking preventative medicine to the next level

Seeing the link between health and housing, the hospitals are partnering to spend $3 million to help poor families stay in their homes.

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Lawmakers should keep pressing RMV records request

It shouldn’t be so difficult to get important information about who knew what and when about a dangerous dereliction of duty.

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After Dayton and El Paso, sizing up the 2020 Democrats on guns

Democrats have always talked a good game on gun control. But have they delivered?

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Pilot program could boost rail travel in Western Mass.

The state should get the word out about its plans to launch a pair of exciting pilot passenger rail programs.

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Making sure sober homes are safe

The state needs to do better in making sure so-called sober homes are safe for people in recovery from drug addiction.

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After Boston Calling case, no more business as usual at City Hall

Federal case shines a harsh light on how business was being done at City Hall. Question remains will anything change?

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The hypocrite in chief takes on domestic terror

Trump makes an art form of deflection even as communities mourn the loss of 31 more victims of mass gun violence.