Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 08:33AM
- Mayor Walsh makes use of the infamous Curley desk: The desk of former mayor James Michael Curley has been celebrated, stolen, and investigated. And now it's back in City Hall. City Hall Bureau reporter Andrew Ryan details.
- Linehan to skip St. Patrick's parade: City Council President Bill Linehan will skip the breakfast and parade entirely and will instead travel to Limerick, Ireland. Billy Baker reports.
- Nearly 9,000 state workers earned at least $100,000: About 8,850 state employees earned more than $100,000 last year, a significant increase from 2012, according to a Globe analysis of public payroll records. Michael Levenson and Matt Carroll report.
- What does a casino share with Coakley?: Political consultant Doug Rubin represents Attorney General Martha Coakley in her bid to become governor. He also handles public relations for Mohegan Sun, writes columnist Joan Vennochi.
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