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Murphy, Silber Gain in Poll

Any hopes of making early predictions on the outcome of the Democratic gubernatorial race are over. With the Democratic state

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Under pressure from members of Congress and several prominent universities, the Secretary of the Navy has dropped demands that two

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Silber Moves to Second in Poll

You can call him a tyrannical extremist, or you can call him a brilliant visionary. But after this week's poll

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Mass. Higher Education System Faces Tough Times

When it comes to funding for higher education, the Bay State is clearly exceptional. Every other state in the nation

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City Is One Step Closer To Tighter Rent Control

Cambridge is one step closer to obtaining legal authority to tighten up rent control regulations, thanks to a measure passed

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Weld Regroups After Loss

Things are looking good for House Minority Leader Steven D. Pierce (R-Westfield). To judge by all the outward sings, Pierce

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GOP Takes Center Ring at Convention Circus

Madame Secretary, first Suffolk and Norfolk reports Steve Pierce: 64, Paul Cronin: 4, and Bill Weld: 85. Loud cheers and

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Silber Blasts Ed Schools, Makes Plea For Reform

Stressing a central theme of his gubernatorial candidacy, Boston University President John R. Silber reiterated his call for widespread educational

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Silber Skirts Trouble At Kennedy School Lunch

Democratic gubernatorial candidate John R. Silber stayed out of trouble in a brief visit to the Kennedy School of Government

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Republican Gubernatorial Hopefuls Face Off at the Kennedy School

House Minority Leader Steven D. Pierce (R-Westfield) admitted last night at a debate between Republican gubernatorial candidates that he made

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Lawsuit Stalls Development of Gutted Site

Despite a year of community review and the approval of the city's planning board, a proposal to replace a building

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Yard Gets New Main Auto, Truck Entrance

Getting into Harvard is still the hardest part. For the second time in six years, the University is trying to

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Objectivists Debate Socialists

Democratic Socialists squared off against Objectivists last night at the Kennedy School of Government in a spirited debate over the

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Police Impostor Calls Other Area Colleges

The same crank caller who has harassed more than a dozen Harvard students has struck at other Massachusetts colleges as

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