Headlines for Wednesday, February 24, 2016

National headlines 

Donald Trump wins Nevada GOP caucuses – The Boston Globe

State headlines

Galvin upholds Jones decision on privacy grounds – CommonWealth Magazine

First Elected Mass. Republican Backs Donald Trump

State approves expanded charter schools in Boston, new schools in Brockton, Springfield – The Boston Globe

Timilty to run for state Senate

Education board adds 1,500 seats to existing Massachusetts charter schools

How ‘Spotlight’ impacted the legislative process – CommonWealth Magazine

Sales Of Single-Family Homes Make Huge Jump In Mass.

Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker: I haven’t decided whom I’m voting for in March 1 state primary

Gov. Charlie Baker mum on source of donations for state committee campaigns

State: Endangered rattlesnakes won’t stray far from rocky hibernation sites on Quabbin island

Gov. Charlie Baker vows T changes after OT abuse audit

Rattlesnake refuge on Quabbin island is not a done deal

Local headlines 

Dartmouth Select Board unhappy with ‘tone’ of New Bedford opioid letter

Bridgewater councilor uses charter objection to delay plastic bag ban vote

Plan to renumber Route 6 exit signs hits speed bump

Milton police chief confronts selectmen about contract decision

Boston Police Decline To Disclose Details Of Cell-Phone Monitoring

Northborough restaurant proposes ‘pet friendly’ dining room

Sudbury officials disclose 40B conflict filings, say relationships won’t affect decisions

Worcester mulls $15 minimum wage provision in tax incentive policy

Rising cleanup costs could delay new WRTA garage in Worcester

Fed probe sought for embattled BLS

Some citizens rattled by Quabbin serpent plan

One Watertown resident does not want to see “Patriots Day” movie come to town – The Boston Globe

Wanted: Boston festival sponsors with deep pockets – The Boston Globe

Latin School head apologizes for slow response to racial incidents – The Boston Globe

Boston police cast a veil on warrants, uses for cellphone trackers – The Boston Globe

Boston to give women, minority-led businesses a leg up in city contracts – The Boston Globe