His spokesman says he doesn’t expect to replace the K-12 board and is “looking forward” to working with Gist.
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The MBTA put out a schedule that says service to T.F. Green starts Monday. Too bad it doesn’t.
The Sox’s broadcast viewership numbers fell from first in the MLB to fifth last season.
Ad sales and circulation figures paint a grim picture, but a closer look shows The Journal is still making money.
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