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I'm hoping to drive my old beater into the ground before we need to get another car, but I'm on the lookout. What's your next car going to be?
Some state legislators are moving to ban schools sending home letters to students who score overweight or obese on the Body Mass Index. Are the letters good public health policy, unwanted state intrusion or maybe both?
Government, Local Connections, Holiday Guide
There will be free java served at the state's 18 travel plazas from 10 p.m. on Christmas night to 5 a.m. on Dec. 26.
Government, Local Connections
The Department of Transportation claims it will save $422,000 by transitioning the Registry of Motor Vehicles, Turnpike, MassHighway and other agencies to 857-DOT numbers.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
It appears that state legislators will come through on a promised one-year bailout for the MBTA, negating a warning from the T that without the money they'd raise fares even further than already planned.
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