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The state continues to add jobs, though the picture is less clear community to community.
Boston's "energy positive" efforts inspire new approaches from private developers.
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Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley calls for examination of alcohol licenses and how attaining them economically affect businesses.
The cupcake shop held a special event on Thursday, and opens to the public Saturday at noon. Customers receive one free cupcake all day long!
Councilors were also treated to a tae kwon do display by Boston school students.
YMCA outlines redevelopment plan for Huntington Avenue building.
The mayors of Boston, Somerville, Salem and Fitchburg spoke to a crowd in the lobby of South Station, vowing to work for long-term funding for the state's rails, roads and bridges.
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