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  • GateHouse News Service New England Budget • June 28, 2007

  • Here are the top New England regional  stories from GateHouse News Service. 

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  • Here are the top New England regional stories from GateHouse News Service.
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    IMPACT IN BROCKTON – Brockton is one of the districts with voluntary desegregation plan -- getting their and experts' reaction to U.S. Supreme Court ruling that rejected school diversity plans that take account of students' race in two major public school districts but left the door open for using race in limited circumstances
    Enterprise, Rebecca, 12-14 inches, 5 p.m. filing
    IMPACT IN FRAMINGHAM – Framingham another district with voluntary race-based school placements.
    MetroWest Daily News, Hilliard, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
    MIDDLEBORO - Local business leaders meet with Mashpee Wampanoag tribe leader Glenn Marshall to talk about effect casino might have.
    Enterprise, Alice Elwell, 12 inches, late filing
    PRESIDENT BUSH IN R.I. – President Bush gives speech at Naval War College, honors R.I. volunteer, may meet with Rhode Island family of dead soldier.
    Herald News, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
    With photos
    MARLBOROUGH FIRE – Three rescued, injured, six homeless.
    MetroWest Daily News, Moore, 15 inches, 6 p.m. (early version on wire now)
    With photos
    COMPUTER GUYS - The Computer Guys Inc. of Natick merges with Tecniks Inc. to create larger information technology services firm.
    MetroWest Daily News, Turner, 12 inches, 6 p.m.
    File photo
    EDITORIAL: What’s the CIA up to? - The CIA's "family jewels" make interesting reading, but it's what the CIA is doing now that merits our attention.
    MetroWest Daily News
    Goes with Granlund cartoon
    OLYMPIC SWIMMER - Feature on former Olympic swimmer Erik Vendt of Easton who is trying
    to make a pool comeback.
    Enterprise, Fenton, length/ETA not available
    With photo
    ROAD TRIP - To most, the words ``family road trip'' mean an endless car ride, museum after museum, and the dreaded words, ``Are we there yet?'' Joe Cali of Southborough has given traveling families the solution to their road trip woes with his new book ``The Ultimate Family Road Trip.''
    MetroWest Daily News, Kate Olesin, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
    Page 2 of 2 - With photos of author and book cover
    SOAPBOX DERBY - Hopkinton kid is heading to national Soapbox Derby competition in Ohio for the second time. We find out his secrets to success.
    MetroWest Daily News, Loetherman, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
    With photos
    OPIE & ANTHONY AT MOHEGAN - Gregg "Opie" Hughes and Anthony Cumia are taking their show on the road with the second annual Traveling Virus Tour. The tour will be making a stop Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena.
    Norwich Bulletin, Savino, 15 inches, on wire now.
    With info boxes at bottom of file

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