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Suffolk Superior Court judge dismisses charter school cap lawsuit » The Republican A Suffolk Superior Court judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed on behalf of five school-aged children to lift the state's cap on the number of Massachusetts charter schools. …

When does charter school politicking cross the line? » Boston Globe At a public school in the South End, a dozen yellow signs hang in the windows urging passersby to vote against the upcoming ballot measure that would expand the number of charter schools in Massachuse…

VP hopeful Weld is more interested in attacking Trump » Boston Globe The Libertarian vice presidential candidate, William F. Weld, said Tuesday that he plans to focus exclusively on blasting Donald Trump over the next five weeks, a strategic pivot aimed at denying Trum…

Republicans say MassDems millennial fundraiser is illegal » Politico The state Republican Party says that a MassDems fundraiser for young candidates scheduled for Wednesday night is illegal under state law. …

Bill goes rogue again » Politico Just when it seemed Donald Trump had been crowned the undisputed king of saying silly, self-destructive stuff in public, along came the venerable master of talking out of turn — William Jeffers…

Here's what you need to know from the VP debate » Boston Globe The two vice presidential nominees met in their first and only debate Tuesday night, often interrupting each other to deliver zingers targeted at the top of the ticket. Hillary Clinton's running mate,…

Amid flat sales, Treasurer poised to push online lottery bill » State House News Service Seeing profit growth at the Massachusetts Lottery stall while the unrestricted local aid it provides is needed as much as ever, Treasurer Deborah Goldberg next session will file and champion legislati…

Fast-moving debate focuses on marijuana legalization » Boston Globe An opponent of marijuana legalization argued at a debate Tuesday that the move would create a overly powerful pot industry in Massachusetts, resistant to regulation and bent on selling marijuana-infus…

“I think Mr. Trump’s proposals in the foreign policy area, including nuclear proliferation, tariffs, and free trade, would be so hurtful, domestically and in the world, that he has my full attention,” Weld said.

Libertarian vice presidential candidate William F. Weld

Speaking about Republican presidentital candidate Donald Trump

News By Category
Business

Another thing Tom Brady did during his suspension: Shoot a local ad » Boston Globe Tom Brady listened closely to direction from the sidelines.…

Pagliucas build a Harvard home to nurture life science startups » Boston Globe Last we left Steve Pagliuca he was trying to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston. …

A Boston bank loaned millions to Trump. It wasn't smooth sailing » Boston Globe It was 1988, and the buttoned-down bankers of the venerable Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. were clinking champagne glasses with Donald Trump on his 282-foot luxury yacht as it cruised around Boston…

GE's $100M Boston headquarters receives design approval » Boston Business Journal

Kate Phelon Named to Mass. Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative » Business West Kate Phelon, executive director of the Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce, was appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker to the Mass. Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative (AMC) in September.…

Civil Rights

Legion to pay black family $15G over discrimination » Boston Herald A Jamaica Plain American Legion Post will pay $15,000 and adopt a new anti-discrimination policy to resolve allegations of racial discrimination arising from a sweet 16 birthday party last year, Attor…

Crimes

Owner of cleaning agency faces range of human trafficking charges » Wicked Local Stoughton A New Bedford man is facing charges of human trafficking, larceny, assault and wage theft in connection with forcing a couple from Brazil to work for his cleaning company, Attorney General Maura Heale…

Domestic Relations

The state's highest court just made a major ruling on parental rights » Boston Globe In a decision that follows a national trend, the state's highest court extended parental rights to people in same-sex relationships who never married and have no biological connection to a child, but …

Education

Charter school legal teams plans to appeal dismissal of lawsuit » State House News Service

Gov. Charlie Baker visits Springfield high school seniors, promotes affordable education » The Republican Brandon Mendez is thinking about becoming an engineer after he graduates from college, while his friend and classmate Trust Okorie is planning on studying computer science.…

Assessing progress at Holyoke Public Schools » WWLP 22 News Governor Charlie Baker visited Holyoke High School Tuesday to assess progress after the state took control. This is the second year the state has controlled the Holyoke Public Schools in an effort to …

Governor dispenses advice to students » The Reminder

Environment

Legal Debate Over CPP Muddied by Climate Policy » Morning Consult The D.C. Circuit Court's eventual ruling on the legality of the greenhouse gas-cutting Clean Power Plan is supposed to focus solely on the letter of the law, but it's hard to ignore the weight of clim…

Mass AG To Fight Feds Over Monomoy Refuge Claim » The Cape Cod Chronicle Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Tuesday that she intends to file suit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to confirm the state's ownership of thousands of acres of submerg…

AG to sue over refuge dispute » Cape Cod Times Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has announced plans to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over control of waters west of Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge.…

States are where clean energy action is » Commonwealth Magazine ON THE ISSUE OF CLIMATE CHANGE and energy policy, the candidates for president couldn't be farther apart, as evidenced by their brief exchange at last week's first debate. For Hillary Clinton, decisiv…

Healey To Sue Federal Government Over Ownership Of Submerged Lands Off Monomoy » State House News Service It appears Massachusetts is headed for a legal showdown with the federal government over ownership of submerged lands off Monomoy in Nantucket Sound.…

Health Care

Officials: Pain treatment discussion should include vets, therapists » State House News Service Massage therapists, pharmacists and veterinarians can all play a role in either pain treatment or curbing substance abuse, according to medical professionals who gathered Tuesday with a mandate that t…

Study Finds Doctors May Allow Politics To Seep Into Practice » WBUR Does it matter if your doctor is a Democrat or a Republican? A new study says oftentimes, the answer is yes. If you're talking with your doctor about marijuana or abortion — health issues that…

5 Investigates: Company indicted for defrauding MassHealth for $19M in 'ghost rides,' other fraud » WCVB Rite Way LLC , a company which provided non-emergency transportation for MassHealth clients, and owner Michael Davini, 56, of Rindge, NH, “fraudulently and repeatedly billed MassHealth for trans…

Housing

40B process has a lot of problems » Tewksbury Town Crier It's no secret that the 40B process is not very popular in Winchester (or Stoneham or Reading or just about anywhere in Massachusetts). Why does it exist, then?…

Judiciary

Mass. ACLU: State Should Vacate 24,000 Drug Sentences Involving Tainted Evidence » WGBH While working in a forensics lab for nearly a decade, chemist Annie Dookhan's test results played a central role in the convictions of tens of thousands of people. Then, in a shocking turn of events, …

SJC upholds parent rights of same-sex partner » Commonwealth Magazine THE PARENTING RIGHTS of a mother in a same-sex relationship extend even when the couple is unmarried and the mother has no biological connection to the children, the state's highest court ruled Tuesda…

Judge who wrote same-sex marriage decision in Massachusetts to be honored » Mass Live A former chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will be honored for her service. Margaret H. Marshall, the 24th chief justice of the highest court in Massachusetts and first woman …

Arlington resident nominated to serve as associate justice on Massachusetts Superior Court » Wicked Local Arlington

Baker draws more talent from Healey's office to stock courts » State House News Service

Baker appoints Phelan-Brown to state juvenile court » Lynn Daily News Item

Labor

Harvard dining hall workers set to strike Wednesday » Boston Globe Dining hall workers at Harvard University say they will go on strike Wednesday after failing to reach a contract agreement with administrators.…

Harvard Dining Hall Workers Go On Strike Over Health Insurance, Wages » WBUR Hundreds of Harvard University food service workers went on strike Wednesday morning, following months of stalled contract negotiations. Harvard and UNITE HERE Local 26 representatives had been in ta…

Harvard dining hall workers could strike, so students are hoarding food like doomsday preppers » The Washington Post Inside the dining halls at Harvard University, the students are prepping in apocalyptic fashion.…

When Harvard Hated Unions: A Labor History Many Would Just As Soon Forget » WBUR Harvard's 750 dining hall workers say they will go on strike Wednesday unless they and the university can come to terms. To the few familiar with Harvard's dark history on labor issues, the confrontat…

Local Government

Attorney General's office finds East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen violated Open Meeting Law » The Republican For the second time in the month of September, the state Attorney General's office last week found a town board in violation of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law — this time ordering town offi…

Gaffney to drop $1M defamation suit against InCityTimes » Worcester Telegram & Gazette Councilor-At-Large Michael T. Gaffney Tuesday said he plans to drop a $1 million defamation lawsuit he filed against the InCity Times over an article that attempted to paint him as racist.…

Times seeks records in chief, sergeant probes » Gloucester Times City officials Tuesday refused to discuss their decision to fire police Chief Leonard Campanello, or to provide details of a separate investigation of detective Sgt. Sean Conners, who was placed on pa…

10 Springfield city councilors sign letter asking Mayor Domenic Sarno for materials on suspension of police detective » The Republican en of 13 city councilors have signed on to a letter to Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, requesting a mountain of information related to the controversy over videos showing suspended police Det. Gregg Bigda ter…

Worcester City Council extends city manager's contract 3 years » Worcester Telegram & Gazette The City Council has offered City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. a three-year contract extension that would keep him on as the city's chief executive through Oct. 3, 2020.…

Quincy marijuana dispensary opens for business Wednesday » Patriot Ledger The medical marijuana dispensary in West Quincy officially opens for business Wednesday, but the facility is taking patients by appointment only for the first two weeks.…

Campanello firing remains mystery » Commonwealth Magazine Gloucester Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken on Monday fired Leonard Campanello, the city's famous police chief, for misleading investigators who were apparently probing his relationships with two unidentifi…

Addiction Recovery Group Says Co-Founder -- And Now Fired Gloucester Police Chief -- Is No Longer Involved » WBUR Many are expressing shock and sadness over the firing of Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello this week. The group Campanello started to help substance users get treatment says the chief is no l…

Fired Gloucester chief has 'no involvement' with recovery institute » State House News Service The organization dismissed Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello co-founded to support police departments helping drug users enter recovery has "moved on" after his suspension and subsequent firi…

Opinion

Carr: Too much Recreation wound up driving Sisk right out the DCR door » Boston Herald Matt Sisk is a hack's hack — or was, because I think the Dreaded Private Sector now beckons for this career coatholder from Braintree.…

New poverty numbers are misleading » Commonwealth Magazine NEW CENSUS NUMBERS released last month saw incomes rise by 5 percent nationally and the poverty rate dropping to 13.5 percent from 14.8. …

Trump's $916 million tax loss is colossal » Boston Globe So now we find out that the billionaire with the big brain was really a boneheaded businessman who drove his companies so far into the ground in the 1990s that he could avoid paying taxes on almost $1…

Apple season is just one more reason to buy local » Boston Globe IT'S OCTOBER, and I'm hungry for a fresh apple, the crunchy tang of a McIntosh, or a sunbaked Cortland exploding with sweet plum flavors. …

The Boston app that grades your driving » Boston Globe Someday, Apple and Google should rig their phones to limit how people can use them while driving. …

Is Donald Trump the Hindenburg or the Titanic? » Boston Globe NOW, WHAT'S THE right metaphor? Is Donald Trump the Titanic, sinking steadily beneath the accumulating waves of voter knowledge?…

Pilgrim is safe, shouldn't close early » Commonwealth Magazine DESPITE ASSERTIONS TO THE CONTRARY, the facts demonstrate that the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station has run very reliably in recent years…

Editorial: Lights, sirens, action » Boston Herald Most of the citizens of Massachusetts manage to get back and forth to work each day without the perk of someone else providing for their transportation.…

A true commitment to Lynn » Lynn Daily News Item North Shore Community College is building a new Lynn campus addition to ease an enrollment crunch.…

Our Opinion: Scandals hurt DCR's worthy cause in state » Berkshire Eagle

Marijuana opponents fight the wrong greedy capitalists » Boston Globe

Other

Scott Brown explains Donald Trump's sniffles during the first presidential debate » Boston.com Donald Trump's sniffling garnered widespread attention during the first presidential debate, as well as a few unsubstantiated theories.…

5 states are key in battle for Senate » Boston Globe It's officially fish-or-cut-bait time in the pitched battle for control of the Senate.…

During debate, VP nominees fight over the main candidates » Boston Globe Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine, the vice presidential nominees who have been overshadowed by the raucous presidential race, squabbled intensely in a debate Tuesday night that reflected t…

Mike Capuano worried 'from Day 1' about Hillary Clinton being too cocky » Boston Herald Bay State U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano, a staunch backer of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, said he is concerned about her being “too cocky” heading into Sunday's second pres…

Veep hopefuls take aim at running mates in debate » Boston Herald A jittery Tim Kaine was unable to throw a calm, cool Mike Pence off balance in the only vice presidential debate of the 2016 campaign — a bout that was largely a proxy fight as they tore into e…

Libertarian VP Candidate Says His Primary Focus Is Taking Down Trump » Talking Points Memo Bill Weld may be running as the Libertarian vice presidential candidate, but his focus from now through Election Day will be squarely on taking down Republican nominee Donald Trump.…

Feingold campaigns with Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren » WBAY U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold is teaming up with U.S. senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren this week at rallies to promote early voting.…

Brown hoping The Donald takes page from Pence » Boston Herald Former Bay State U.S. Sen. Scott Brown wants Donald Trump to take a lesson from his hard-prepping running mate and prepare for his own next debate with Hillary Clinton…

5 takeaways from the debate that didn't matter » Politico Pence disappoints Trump, Kaine over-rehearses, and Quijano whiffs.…

The Supreme Court At Large In An Election Year » WBUR The Supreme Court and the candidates. What a Trump or a Clinton presidency could mean for the High Court as it kicks off a new year.…

Politics

14th Middlesex candidates face off during Concord forum » Wicked Local Chelmsford There was a testy exchange between incumbent state Rep. Cory Atkins, D-Concord, and Republican challenger Helen Brady during an Oct. 4 candidates' forum at Concord-Carlisle High School.…

Question of the week: Winchester's affordable housing » Wicked Local Winchester When Winchester residents go to the polls on Nov.8, they will cast ballots in two contested local races, State Senate and State Representative. …

Schiavi Receives Governor's Endorsement » Cape Cod Online Governor Charlie Baker has endorsed Cape and Islands State Senate candidate Anthony Schiavi.…

Disenchanted with Clinton, Trump, many younger voters going third party » New Boston Post Nearly half of all younger voters currently plan to cast their ballots for third party candidates this November, according to a national study released this month by Quinnipiac University.…

5th District Governor's Council race heats up » Wicked Local Hamilton Gov. Charlie Baker, R-Swampscott, put a spotlight on the 5th District Governor's Council race when he endorsed West Newbury Republican Rich Baker's bid to oust incumbent Councilor Eileen Duff, D-Glouc…

Rep. Kane urges caution on marijuana vote » Community Advocate

Should Mass. legalize marijuana? Both sides face off in feisty Question 4 debate » Mass Live A top proponent of marijuana legalization and his counterpart on the "No" side squared off at debate on Tuesday, arguing over a measure Massachusetts voters will see on the November ballot.…

In re-elect bid, Senator touts opposition to Healey's weapons crackdown » New Boston Post Though legislation to strip Attorney General Maura Healey of her power to regulate firearms — filed in response to her heightened enforcement of the state's assault weapons ban — did not…

Election Ballot Debate Series: Should Mass. Legalize Recreational Marijuana? » WBUR We discuss ballot Question 4, which proposes a change to the state's marijuana laws. Massachusetts decriminalized possession of marijuana in 2008 and medical marijuana was legalized in 2012. This Nove…

Marijuana opponents warn of likely marketing influx » State House News Service

Marijuana legalization foes face off at debate » Politico Opponents of a ballot question that would legalize marijuana said Tuesday that the question's language was written with the marijuana industry in mind, while supporters said the law would simply regul…

State Senate candidate Chip Harrington's business cited for alleged alcohol sale to minor » Mass Live State Senate candidate James "Chip" Harrington, a member of the Ludlow School Committee and a part-time town police officer, has operated Our Town Variety & Liquors for over a dozen years, and during …

DA O'Keefe Endorses Cummings For Sheriff » Cape Cod Online

State Rep. David DeCoste receives NFIB endorsement » Wicked Local Hanover

Public Health

State's Roman Catholic bishops oppose marijuana legalization » The Republican The state's four Roman Catholic Bishops, including the one for Western Massachusetts, released a statement Tuesday against the legalization of marijuana.…

Doctors, physicians groups oppose marijuana questions » State House News Service Warning that it will increase access to marijuana for teens, the Massachusetts Medical Society and 10 statewide physician specialty groups on Tuesday formally declared their opposition to Question 4, …

Milford seeks help from neighbors in battling addiction » Milford Daily News As the statistics only rise, Milford and potentially other area towns are getting the ball rolling on a substance abuse outreach program aimed to pair each overdose victim with a counselor and resourc…

Public Safety

Broken records: Beating transparency » Dig Boston On May 7, 2014, Anthony Ferrier was viciously beaten by an MBTA police detective inside Park Street Station, and the entire incident was captured by one of the agency's surveillance cameras—but…

State Finance

Short on cash, cities and states consider taxing nonprofits » PBS Newshour When New Haven Mayor Toni Harp gazes out her office windows, she can see across the street to Yale University's idyllic buildings and grounds — none of which are on her city's property tax roll…

$187 million supplemental budget heads to the Governor » WWLP 22 News Governor Baker told reporters on Monday that he planned to sign the supplemental budget on Tuesday, but it's looking like he needs more time to review the spending bill. The state legislature fast-tra…

State Government

On marijuana tax, Goldberg says "the higher the better" » State House News Service

Mass. officials assure voters on safety against cyber attacks come Election Day » WWLP 22 Massachusetts officials are reassuring voters that the state's voting systems will be protected against cyber attacks come Election Day.…

Treasurer Deborah Goldberg poised to push online lottery » Boston Herald Seeing profit growth at the Massachusetts Lottery stall while the unrestricted local aid it provides is needed as much as ever, Treasurer Deborah Goldberg next session will file and champion legislati…

Gov. Charlie Baker says more than 20 state workers' take-home cars taken away » Mass Live Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday his administration is taking a closer look at who should be allowed to have lights and sirens in their state-issued vehicles after two top officials in the Massachusett…

Sirens signal changes for take-home vehicle process as Charlie Baker strips 22 workers » Boston Herald The Baker administration has stripped nearly two dozen workers of their take-home vehicles — including those at the state's beleaguered parks department, where a top official came under fire fo…

Another DCR Official Has Resigned » Boston Magazine In the latest development of what has been a prolonged turmoil for Gov. Charlie Baker, another top official at the Department of Conservation and Recreation has left his post.…

Another resignation at DCR -- Drought watch in WORCESTER -- Special luck of the BIG PAPI BRIDGE » Politico Gov. Charlie Baker heads west to Springfield, where he and Education Secretary Jim Peyser and Department of Higher Education Commissioner Carlos Santiago highlight the administration's college access…

Harassment probe leads to shakeup for environmental agency » The Associated Press (AP)

Top state official resigns, 2nd to be fired amid Baker probe into energy dept » Boston Herald

Baker admin personnel officer fired, COO resigns following EEA probe » State House News Service

CORDAGE PARK: Gov. Charlie Baker visits site, reviews redevelopment plans » Wicked Local Plymouth

Taxation

Treasurer Deb Goldberg says proposed tax rate for legal marijuana in Massachusetts is too low » Mass Live Massachusetts Treasurer Deb Goldberg is criticizing the proposed tax rate for legal marijuana if Bay State voters approve the substance for recreational use by adults. If it passes, Que…

Transportation

Framingham presses DOT to finish construction » Wicked Local Framingham With local businesses continuing to suffer, the town is pressing the state to speed up its two-year, $10 million project to rebuild downtown.…

Federal transportation chief calls Big Dig 'marvelously successful' » Politico As the United States looks ahead to creating a new generation of transportation projects, one of the best examples of “reclaiming a city” is Boston's own Big Dig, according to U.S. Transpo…

Framingham Commuter Rail Station Management to Change Hands » Framingham Patch Management of the Framingham Commuter Rail Station and its commuter parking lot is going to be transferred to the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation s…

Plan to privatize T sets up battle among union, Baker and lawmakers » Newburyport News Plans to privatize parts of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority are in danger of bogging down like a subway car at rush hour, with the state's largest transit union vowing to fight the move…

WRTA facility opens on previously contaminated site » Worcester Mag City officials held up a new Worcester Regional Transit Authority Maintenance and Operations Facility – built on land that had to be decontaminated as more and more toxins were found on the pro…

MassDOT seeking authority to destroy transponder records » State House News Service

MBTA poised to award cash management contract to Brinks » State House News Service

Utilities

Massachusetts medical facilities net $14M in microgrid resiliency grants » Utility Dive Massachusetts has been active in promoting microgrids to boost the resiliency of its communities and services, starting in 2014 when former Gov. Patrick pushed an initiative to prepare the state for c…

Berkshire County natural gas pipeline tangled in legal challenges » The Republican Colorful protests notwithstanding, the fate of a proposed natural gas pipeline in Berkshire County will likely be decided by lawyers and judges.…

Offshore wind business crowd eyes New Bedford » South Coast Today A construction-focused, sold-out offshore wind conference drew manufacturing and infrastructure companies from around the globe to a Newport hotel this week, as supply chain conversations are taking c…

Massachusetts Energy Outlook: The Remainder of 2016 and Beyond » National Law Review

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Recipe of the Week

The Red Lion Inn’s Apple Pie

The Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge MA

Ingredients

5 pounds McIntosh apples, peeled, cored, and sliced
(if McIntosh are not available, substitute another tart apple such as Cortland)

1 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar

2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Crust for a two-crust pie (recipe follows)

 1 tablespoon butter

 1 egg

 1 tablespoon milk

Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 375º.

2. Place the apples in a large bowl. Combine 1 cup of the sugar and the cinnamon, and add to the apples. Toss until well mixed.

3. Fill the unbaked pie shell with the apple mixture, and dot with the butter. Fit the top crust over the filling, and crimp the top and bottom edges together to seal the apples in.

4. Whisk together the egg and the milk. Brush the top crust with this egg wash, and sprinkle with the remaining 1 tablespoon sugar.  Pierce the top crust in several places with a sharp knife.

5. Bake at 375º for 50 to 60 minutes, or until the apples are tender when tested with a thin knife.

Yields 1 pie.

Pie Crust for Two-Crust Pie
1/2 cup butter, cold
1/2 cup shortening
2 1/4 cups flour
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup milk, cold

 

1. Blend the butter and shortening together with a wooden spoon in a small bowl.
2. Sift the flour and salt together into a large bowl. Cut in the butter and shortening, using a pastry blender or two knives, until the mixture resembles cornmeal. Add the cold milk, and blend until absorbed. Divid the dough in half and roll each half into a ball. Wrap them in plastic wrap and refrigerate until chilled, about 30 minutes. (Or, if using a food processor, place the butter, shortening, flour, and salt in the bowl; fit with a steel blade. Process until the mixture reaches the consistency of cornmeal. With the processor on, add the milk slowly through the funnel until the dough forms a ball.)
3. When you are ready to bake the pie, roll each half of the chilled pie dough out on a floured board until it is slightly larger than the pie plate. Fit one half into the pie plate, place a filling inside, add the top crust, and flute the edges together.

Yields 2 crusts.



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