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J.P. Licks landlord sues for back rent

The longtime local ice cream chain J.P. Licks is being sued for hundreds of thousands of dollars in alleged unpaid rent. Zooephebe Realty Trust, which owns J.P. Licks’ headquarters and flagship retail location on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain, claims the company owes more than $282,000 in unpaid rent from last year, starting in March. The company filed suit against the ice cream purveyor this week in Suffolk Superior Court.
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Op-ed: Biden’s education plan closes in on the starting line

Universal-free preschool is part of President Biden’s sweeping plan to invest in education as part of securing America’s place as a leader in the 21st century economy. For early educators and those in the childcare sector, it’s a long-awaited acknowledgement of early learning as vital to the growth of young people. For our country and economy, it’s an invaluable recognition that the essential skills for tomorrow's citizens, workers and leaders come in the earliest years. But to reach its full potential, the plan must include a focus on the critical skill sets of emotional intelligence in a child’s earliest years.
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State Street launches new cryptocurrency division

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