Dec. 21, 2010

TOP FIVE:
Republican:Ceremony becomes spirited as Springfield native Roderick Ireland sworn in as first black Chief Justice of Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Patriot Ledger: Quincy council gives big sendoff to Delahunt
Republican:Western Massachusetts residents unload on Patrick official about looming budget deficit
Herald: North Shore lawmaker vows to serve state, country
CW:The governor’s transition

IRELAND:
Globe:Ireland vows to increase transparency
Herald: Chief justice makes history
AP:Patrick, Ireland note race as SJC chief sworn-in

REDISTRICTING:
AP :Mass. eyes possible loss of congressional seat
Globe:Bay State politicians await census
Eagle:Redistricting raises concern – Berkshire Eagle Online

STATE HEADLINES:
Salem News: State set to honor a local firefighter for act of heroism
Globe:Born in Boston, growing in Calif.
WBUR:On Beacon Hill, Political Scandals Abound
AP:State: Hundreds of ATMs in Mass. unregistered

THE FEDS:
AP:Scott Brown says he’ll support new nuclear arms treaty with Russia
AP:Senate backs Kerry bill to outlaw "shark finning"

TITO:
AP:Ex-Patrick aide running for Turner’s council seat
Globe:Tito Jackson set sights on City Council seat

ENVIRONMENT:
Globe:Mass. utility launches 3 new solar power plants

HEALTH CARE:
Globe:2 states probe use of models to lure marrow donors
MHT:Casenet takes in $8.4M for healthcare software

EDUCATION:
Globe:Teachers would tie own rating to MCAS
Globe:After 4 decades, Harvard opens door to ROTC
Taunton Gaz.:State backs $30M school project

LOCAL NEWS:
Cape Cod Times: Recall petitions due to town clerk today
Cape Cod Times: Falmouth Chief’s raise draws ire
WBUR:Reclaiming The Glory Of Washington Streets Past
Patch: Town Manager, Town Clerk to Look into Recall Process

REGIONAL:
Brattleboro Reformer:Vt. gets $10M in health grants
Portland Press Herald: Governors’ promises face reality check
Projo: Time running out on judicial nominee
Courant: Wanted: One State House Seat For Windsor
Courant: Many On Left Cut Lieberman Some Slack For Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Battle ­ But Not Too Much
Courant: Democrats May Turn To Gerratana For Senate

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