BostonGlobe.com Headlines - September 15, 2014 September 17, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Schools’ wait lists called a drag on the economy: Long lists for vocational and tech schools are creating a bottleneck in training as thousands of jobs go unfilled. Megan Woolhouse reports. Two hospitals team up to aid domestic violence victims: An unusual partnership between Mass. Eye and Ear and Mass. General provides free or lower-cost treatment for victims. Bella English details the latest. At a White House rich in coffee lore, no word on president’s preference: It turns out that the Obama White House makes it nearly impossible to find the source of its coffee and how it is prepared. Matt Viser details the story. Many yet to be persuaded in Mass. governor’s race: Choosing the next governor can take a while when the choices are coming out of 2010’s recycling bin. Nestor Ramos reports. Picture emerges of a troubled family life in Blackstone: The decontamination of the home was taking longer than expected because of the amount of hazardous waste within. Jeremy C. Fox, Laura Crimaldi and Andrew Ryan detail the latest. Baker, Coakley steer clear of far-reaching tax talk: Gubernatorial candidates Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley are treading cautiously when it comes to the charged issue. Michael Levenson reports. Martha Coakley’s base shows fissures: Coakley has still got to persuade people to vote for her, and the seeds of doubt are visible to anyone willing to look. Adrian Walker details the story.