Recent Newswires in Massachusetts

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Why Doesn’t City Hall Pay Taxes?

U.S. States Consider Starting Their Own Banks

Hotel Closes, College Opens, Commentators Growl 

No Hurt, No Blues, No Service: Taxing Nonprofits in Oak Bluffs

Recession? What Recession? 

Massachusetts: Will Nonprofits Save Or Destroy Main Street?

Yale Tale: Another Donation in Dispute 

Boston Asks Nonprofits To Share Budget Pain

Flap Threatens to Ground Charity’s Medical Flights 

Sordid Scam Stops Construction on Catholic School 

Harvard’s Finances, Tuition and Property Taxes

Buyout Firm Hopes to Gobble up Nonprofit Hospitals in Mass. 

Nonprofit Trio Helps Owners Reclaim Homes After Foreclosure 

It’s the Arts, Stupid

Charity to Public Schools

A Community Theater Reconnects with its Community

University-Style Philanthropy

Ethical Questions at Large Boston Nonprofits

Even big nonprofits trim programs

Nonprofit lobbying rules tightened

Congressman’s earmarks go to wife’s organization

Foundations support emerging news sources

After Complaints, Gates Foundation Opens Education Aid Offer to All

As Tuitions Rise, So Does Presidents’ Pay

HHS Awards $46 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Create Jobs and Spur Economic Improvement

AG Martha Coakley eyes pay of health-insurer directors

Fastest Dying Cities Meet for a Lively Talk

Local charity questions validity of Clunkers for Kids

Nonprofit Globe no easy fix: Such changes costly, legally complicated

Local Firms help Pan Mass Challenge raise funds using virtual bikers

Henry Louis Gates’ Foundation to Revise Tax Return

Top benefactors sue Brandeis over museum closure

Foundation stymied in tackling street crime

AmeriCorps to rally for funding at Boston Common