Headlines - Nov. 10, 2014

The Boston Globe



Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • Program for needy patients struggles: An experiment to improve care for the state’s sickest residents is proving more complex and expensive than originally envisioned. Kay Lazar details the latest.
  • Mayor Walsh hopes to drive agenda with data: The mayor wants to use real-time data that measure everything from shootings to building permits to infuse city government with new urgency. Andrew Ryan and Meghan E. Irons report.
  • Honeymoon over for Walsh, council: The relationship has been rattled by a series of clashes over council salaries, school transportation, and the mayor’s tweaks to the residency rule. Meghan E. Irons reports.