Top Boston news: 9 screened for coronavirus at Logan; 33% of renters look to move elsewhere; more

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9 passengers on flight from China screened at Logan for coronavirus

Nine passengers on a flight from China were medically evaluated at Logan International Airport after it was determined they came from Wuhan, where the coronavirus outbreak began.

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33% of area renters look to move elsewhere, report says

Some 33.4% of Boston-area renters were looking to move elsewhere during the last seven months of 2019, according to a report from Apartment List. Rental prices in the region are among the highest in the country. 

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600-foot tower included in Boston Harbor Garage redevelopment proposal

The tower — one of the tallest in New England — would include around 200 housing units.

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Boston's growing population affecting neighborhoods, schools

Boston's population is getting bigger, richer and older, causing demographic changes that are having an effect on city neighborhoods and schools, according to a new report from the Boston Foundation. 

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Boston hospital only center in New England designated to treat Ebola virus

As travel increases around the world, so does the risk of bringing contagious diseases home. In New England, Massachusetts General Hospital is the only designated treatment center for the Ebola virus.

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