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DiMasi Agonistes: Cruelty In 'The House of Pain' As The Slow Murder Of Sal DiMasi Continues » WGBH A protracted life-and-death struggle continues to be played out in the tastefully-appointed, clean, well-lighted courtroom of United States District Judge Mark L. Wolf,located in the impressive waterf…

A charter success story, dreaming of a sequel » Boston Globe The campaign around Question 2 on the statewide ballot this fall, which would lift the cap on new charter schools, has drawn millions in spending and sparked a war of words between teachers unions and…

Dixon, Campanale trade attacks in heated House race » Worcester Telegram WORCESTER - The Democratic candidate for the 17th Worcester District state representative seat has accused the incumbent of having an “abysmal attendance record” and taking a month-long â…

Among state lawmakers, compassionate release of inmates is divisive issue » Boston Globe State lawmakers applauded the recent request by the federal government to free former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi from prison early under a program for elderly and severely ill inmates, agreeing…

Children's Hospital expansion plan is built on old-school Boston politics » Boston Globe With the blessing of Governor Charlie Baker and the city's old guard, Boston Children's Hospital is pushing forward with a controversial $1 billion expansion plan to construct an 11-story building, ad…

With 19 Days to Go, Clinton's Lead Is Bigger Than Ever » Sabato's Crystal Ball The mist is lifting from the map of the United States and the moment of clarity for the 2016 general election campaign has arrived. Yes, there is still uncertainty about some states in the Electoral C…

Bruce Springsteen weighs in on Trump » Boston Herald Add Bruce Springsteen to the list of lefties who believe Donald Trump will not concede if he loses to Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8. …

Federal judge questions DiMasi codefendant's upcoming release » Boston Globe A federal judge questioned Wednesday whether an accomplice of convicted House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi's falsely claimed to prison officials that he had a drug addiction so he could be released fro…

Carr: To free or not to free, that is the question... » Boston Herald I can't decide whether I want Sal DiMasi, the corrupt ex-House speaker, to be cut loose early from the prison where he so clearly belongs. …

“Donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger,” Clinton said. “He goes after their dignity, their self worth. I don’t think there is a woman anywhere who doesn’t know what that feels like.”

Hillary Clinton

Speaking during last night's debate about Donald Trump's derogatory comments towards women.

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Business

Don't be surprised if Salesforce hangs its name on a Boston tower someday » Boston Globe Salesforce.com Inc., a $50 billion seller of sales and marketing software, is known for putting its stamp on iconic office buildings in cities around the globe. …

Crispr's IPO doesn't hit its target » Boston Globe Crispr Therapeutics Inc. stumbled in its initial public offering, more evidence that investors are cooling on the promising gene-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas9.…

Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce says no to marijuana question » Worcester Telegram The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce will recommend voters reject a ballot question that seeks to legalize marijuana for adults' recreational use.…

Iconic Citgo sign in Kenmore Square may be protected » Boston Globe A city board appeared poised Wednesday to protect the Citgo sign's place atop the Kenmore Square skyline, in the face of potential redevelopment.…

Question 3 takes aim at Diemand Farm in Wendell » Gazette Net The 80-year-old Diemand Farm is the only farm in Massachusetts that would be affected if Question 3 on the Nov. 8 ballot passes, according to both sides of the “Act to Prevent Cruelty to Farm An…

A Look At The Money For And Against Legalized Marijuana In Mass. » WBUR As Massachusetts voters get set to decide if recreational marijuana should be legalized, millions of dollars have been flowing into the state seeking to sway the result. And as Nov. 8 approaches, loo…

Council sharpens tool to focus on what really matters to tech companies » State House News Service

Crimes

Ritzer family seeks answers with lawsuit over daughter's death » The Salem News The family of slain Danvers High School teacher Colleen Ritzer has filed a lawsuit over her 2013 rape and murder inside the school. More than anything, they say, they want answers.…

Education

$3M pricetag may scuttle AHS media center » The Andover Townsman After a year-long battle over $200,000 of taxpayer money, it appears that the state-funded media center design study may be rendered useless.…

Study: Charter schools boost English-language learner rolls » Boston Herald Charter schools have increasingly enrolled more English-language learners, shattering an argument from the No on 2 campaign that charters don't serve the same populations, a new report from the Pionee…

DeLeo goes against teachers' union, supports more charter schools » WCVB

House Speaker Robert DeLeo will vote for Massachusetts charter school expansion » The Republican

Environment

Cape manatee on the move » Cape Cod Times A crowd of onlookers cheered, clapped and breathed sighs of relief after a Coast Guard airplane carrying a pregnant manatee lifted off the runway this morning and began its journey to Orlando, Florida…

EPA upholds plan to remove PCBs from Housatonic River, rejects GE objections » Berkshire Eagle The long-awaited final administrative decision from the Environmental Protection Agency on the Rest of River PCB cleanup along the Housatonic south of Pittsfield upholds the agency's plan to require G…

Tests show toxic plankton in waters south of Cape » Cape Cod Times Test results show that the species of phytoplankton that produces the biotoxin domoic acid is present in Nantucket Sound and the waters around Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, the state Division of Ma…

Preparing to launch: Beverly Cold War missile site being studied for future walking tours » The Salem News Tucked away in the Massachusetts Task Force 1 headquarters near Beverly Airport is a remnant of American history: a Cold War-era Nike missile.…

EPA tells GE it must truck toxic Housatonic River PCBs out of state, upholding $613 million cleanup plan » The Republican

Federal

Elizabeth Warren Fires A Warning Shot At Hillary Clinton On Stock Market Regulation » Seeking Alpha Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's continued dominance in the polls over Republican opponent Donald Trump - every national poll in the last two weeks has placed her in the lead, in some…

In new twist in Rosenberg spy saga, sons seek mother's exoneration » Boston Globe The decades-long saga of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, executed in 1953 on charges of being Soviet spies, is taking a new turn, with their sons asking President Obama to formally exonerate their mother…

Health Care

Largest institutional pharmacy to pay MassHealth $475,000 over kickback allegations » Sampan The largest institutional pharmacy in the nation will pay the Massachusetts Medicaid Program (MassHealth) more than $475,000 to resolve allegations that the company participated in a kickback arrangem…

Modest gain seen for Obama's last health care sign-up season » Boston Globe Facing new challenges to a legacy law, the Obama administration on Wednesday set modest expectations for the president's final health care sign-up season.…

Night sweats, bloody cough — and a diagnosis that turned a doctor into an activist » STAT News He didn't notice the night sweats.…

Hearing airs ideas on cutting Massachusetts' soaring health care costs » Bay State Banner Health care specialists and elected officials convened on Monday for the first part of a two-day annual hearing aiming to get to the root of Massachusetts's rising health care costs.…

Biden calls for collaboration, urgency in cancer initiative » Politico Vice President Joe Biden encouraged collaboration among the area's cancer researchers, advocates and health care leaders during a speech Wednesday at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate.…

Biden gives voice to cancer fight in Boston visit » State House News Service With just three months until he and President Barack Obama vacate the White House, Vice President Joseph Biden put the vitriol of the presidential campaign trail to the side Wednesday during a stop in…

Health care industry: prescription drug prices cost driver » South Coast Today The president and CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care made perfectly clear who he thinks bears significant blame for health care spending that is growing faster than state policymakers would like. "Ou…

Supporters To Hold Rally For Prouty Garden Ahead Of Vote On Children's Hospital Expansion » CBS Boston A controversial plan to expand Boston's Children's Hospital–a plan that would place a new building in the place where it's healing garden now stands–will be decided Thursday afternoon by…

Pharmacy Pays Medicaid Fraud Settlement, Part of $28 Million Agreement » Peabody Patch

Hours before vote, Mayor Walsh throws weight behind $1B Children's project » Boston Business Journal

Hospital expansion opponents rally before state council meeting » State House News Service

State gives final blessing to $1B Boston Children's Hospital expansion » Boston Business Journal

Housing

Boston rents still rising, just not as steeply » Boston Globe Rents in Boston are climbing at their slowest rate in more than two years as a surge of new apartments hits the market.…

Human Services

Dorcena Forry hosts first 'Eyes on Haiti' conversation; focus on cholera, storm aid » Dorchester Reporter

Lowell adult-care provider will pay $225G to state » Lowell Sun

Judiciary

Judicial nominee experienced in OUI cases touts value of hard work » State House News Service A prominent defense attorney who works on drunk driving cases received public commitments from more than enough members of the Governor's Council Wednesday to receive confirmation for a district court…

Gov. Baker Signs Law Mandating Preservation Of Rape Evidence For 15 Years » WBUR Rape kits and other forensic evidence of sexual assault will need to be preserved for 15 years in Massachusetts under a law Gov. Charlie Baker signed Wednesday, a move that supporters hailed as a step…

New state law requires rape kits be preserved for 15 years » Berkshire Eagle Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday signed legislation making sure potentially vital forensic evidence remains intact and available for 15 years, the statute of limitations period for bring such cases to co…

Wendell couple sues Massachusetts State Police over no-warrant medical marijuana raid » The Republican A Wendell couple who recently lost their outdoor-grown medical marijuana plants to a helicopter-led law enforcement raid has sued Massachusetts State Police in Franklin Superior Court. Patti Scutari …

Speaker DeLeo: Ailing Sal DiMasi should be released from prison » WCVB

Justice system study to produce legislation in January » State House News Service

Labor

Massachusetts unemployment rate drops to new low » Boston Business Journal The Bay State's total unemployment rate dropped to 3.6 percent in September from 3.9 percent in August — marking the lowest rate since June 2001.…

Legislative

Archaic laws could get the knife » The Salem News Red Sox fans won't get ticketed for swearing at an umpire, but it's still illegal to scream "profane, impure language or slanderous statements" at players and officials at sporting events.…

Rep. Vieira Appointed to Public Records Law Working Group » Cape Cod Online State Representative David Vieira has been appointed to the working group charged with reviewing and evaluating the application of the public records law as it relates to law enforcement.…

Wong delivers funding to battle addiction, support public safety » Wicked Local Saugus With nearly four individuals dying from unintentional overdoses every day across Massachusetts, state Rep. Donald H. Wong, R-Saugus, released statistics outlining the deadly opioid epidemic's effects …

State Rep. John Fernandes assists with evidence preservation legislation » The Milford Daily News

Moore announces passed legislature bill to preserve evidence for rape, sexual assault victims » The Millbury Sutton Chronicle

Local Government

City Council to take up Airbnb regulations » Boston Globe Months after lawmakers failed in their bid to tax short-term housing rentals such as Airbnb, the Boston City Council is set to take up the debate on whether to add regulations to the new and booming i…

Public, press might be shut out of stadium meeting » Eagle Tribune The city councilor who will preside over a Nov. 2 meeting with Mayor Daniel Rivera to discuss the damage done to Vets Stadium during a recent concert said he may shut the public and press out of the m…

School Committee takes hard stance against Question 2 » Wicked Local Danvers The Danvers School Committee voted 5-0 in favor of adopting a resolution opposing Question 2, which would lift the state limit on charter schools.…

Medford Zoning Chair resigns after AG rules ZBA violated Open Meeting Law » Medford Patch The chair of Medford's Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), Tony Arena, resigned this week after the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office concluded that the board violated the state's Open Meeting Law Ma…

AG: Minutes unrequired for Brockton meeting held without quorum » The Enterprise A Brockton citizen with a reputation for her efforts to hold public bodies up to the requirements of the state's Open Meeting Law was unsuccessful in one of her latest attempts. …

Nearly 1,000 new voters registered in Holyoke since Sept. 8 primary election » The Republican Visitors lined up at the Registrar of Voters office. Online registration increases. Phones ringing and ringing.…

Mass. preservation group seeks to save Notre Dame, Mount Carmel » Worcester Telegram Preservation Massachusetts, the statewide historic preservation advocacy organization, has included Our Lady of Mount Carmel and Notre Dame des Canadiens churches on its biennial Most Endangered Histo…

Opinion

Dianne Williamson: Partisan politics putting women in peril » Worcester Telegram If politics make strange bedfellows, bedfellows make for strange politics.…

US plunges into war with Yemen » Boston Globe ANYONE WHO BELIEVES the United States is not fighting enough wars in the Middle East can be happy this week. …

Donald Trump destroys himself » Boston Globe HILLARY CLINTON DIDN'T beat Donald Trump in the final debate. Donald Trump destroyed Donald Trump.…

LETTER: In support of Matt Muratore for re-election » Wicked Local Plymouth I have been a resident of The Pinehills for the past 14 years and a volunteer at the Council on Aging (now called the Center for Active Living) for 12 of those years. …

Letter: Stanley an advocate for early education » Wicked Local Waltham It is a distinct pleasure to write this letter on behalf of state Rep. Thomas Stanley as he seeks re-election this year.…

Russians can't hack the US election, but they could warp it » Boston Globe We're outsourcing everything else in America these days. Why not vote fraud?…

Lyons brings conservative perspective to Beacon Hill » Eagle Tribune Jim Lyons personifies everything we want in an elected state representative for the 18th Essex District, encompassing Andover, Boxford, North Andover and Tewksbury.…

One-time pay increase for nursing home workers not enough » Boston Globe THE THOUSANDS OF aides who prepare food, clean rooms, and do laundry at about 400 nursing homes across Massachusetts are grossly underpaid. …

Battenfeld: Vintage Hillary Clinton, meek moderator sink Donald Trump » Boston Herald Hillary Clinton waltzed through her final debate test like a champ, aided by a toothless moderator and a stubborn and undisciplined opponent.…

Keeping Eggs Affordable: The Case Against Massachusetts Ballot Question 3 » WBUR Ballot Question 3 in Massachusetts seems like a simple question about the treatment of local farm animals. …

Letter: Farley-Bouvier backs early childhood education » Berkshire Eagle State Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier works hard for Berkshire County's children and families. She supports early childhood education, which is the best investment our state and country can make. …

GUEST COLUMN: A road map for regulating retail marijuana » The Sun Chronicle Question 4, the statewide referendum regarding legalization of retail marijuana sales, raises many issues for debate, including how law enforcement officials and state regulators might effectively con…

Legislation to end the wage theft epidemic » Gazette Net The Massachusetts economy is working very, very well for some people, but not nearly well enough for others. That's why we have one of the highest rates of income inequality in the country. …

Ready for this rock'em, sock'em Senate race? » Lowell Sun

Dante Ramos: Stranded ITT students deserve better » Boston Globe

AG on right side of 'copycat' gun issue » Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Other

Did Trump just launch Trump TV? » Politico After Wednesday night's third and final presidential debate, on cable and network television, Trump surrogates rushed to spin Trump's assertion that he would not accept the results of the November ele…

A promising start for Donald Trump, then more of same » Boston Globe

Trump won't commit to accepting election results » Boston Globe Donald Trump declined in the third and final presidential debate Wednesday night to say whether he would accept the results of the election, breaking not only with tradition but also with his running …

Neal thinks Senate will flip, reflects on geographical and partisan divides » State House News Service Democrats are poised in November to wrest control of the U.S. Senate from Republicans, but are unlikely to win enough seats to take the House, in part because of political advantages stemming from dis…

Wynn worked to thwart Revere slots parlor » Boston Globe Wynn Resorts, hoping to stomp out a potential gaming competitor in a neighboring city, poured $39,000 into a stealthy and successful last-minute campaign against Tuesday's vote on a slots parlor, a co…

Trump refuses to say he'll accept losing » Politico Donald Trump delivered another unprecedented historical moment during the final presidential debate Wednesday night when the Republican nominee, who appears on his way to a landslide loss, refused to …

Slot questions come up lemons » Commonwealth Magazine Revere residents said “no, thanks,” to a proposed slots parlor in their burg yesterday, but they don't have the last word. The Revere special election ballot question was nonbinding but st…

Trump's Attempt To Refocus Campaign Gets Obscured By One Blinding Final Debate Moment » WBUR Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump had one job in his third and final debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton: break out. He needed to break out from the narrative that is fast envel…

Schilling running for Senate -- maybe » Nashoba Publishing Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling will run against U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2018, he announced on a Rhode Island radio station Tuesday, but only if his wife gives her blessing. "I've made my…

Bill Weld calls Trump's election result comment a 'death knell' » Boston Globe

Politics

Wong/Migliore state rep. debate set for Oct. 20 in Wakefield » Wicked Local Saugus The 2016 9th Essex District state representative debate is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20 from 8-9 p.m. at Wakefield Community Access Television's Studio A, 24 Hemlock Road, Wakefield (at the rear of…

Letter: L'Italien was a leader in fight against Kinder Morgan pipeline » Eagle Tribune I write in support of Sen. Barbara L'Italien's re-election.…

New poll shows majority of voters support Question 4 » WWLP 22 Question 4: on the recreational legalization of marijuana. The question asks voters if it should be legal and if it should be taxed like cigarettes and alcohol.…

Norfolk-Plymouth state Senate candidates clash in televised debate » Wicked Local Quincy Feisty political debates aren't limited to just the presidential race this fall.…

Fact-checking ads in support, against marijuana in Mass. » WCVB New ads debuted from both sides of Question 4, and we took a look at what's true and what's not true. …

Todd Williams putting name out early for mayoral race » Worcester Mag Todd “Wesley” Williams is gearing up for a mayoral campaign in Worcester's 2017 cycle.…

Trump volunteers at Hudson campaign HQ see vote-rigging threat » Worcester Telegram Could the upcoming presidential election be rigged, as Republican candidate Donald Trump warns?…

UML Poll: 23% of millennials would rather check out than check a ballot box » The Lowell Sun It's no secret that many millennials are uninspired with their choices for president next month.…

Mass. Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he's voting yes on Question 4, ballot measure legalizing marijuana » The Republican

Gov. Charlie Baker says he doesn't know how much farther he can get away from Donald Trump » The Republican

Stan Rosenberg Just Endorsed Legalized Marijuana » Boston Magazine

Baker: Trump benefited by being 'least connected to Washington' » The Salem News

Baker calls Trump hedging on accepting election results 'irresponsible' » Boston Globe

Voters' guide outlines local candidate positions » Andover Townsman

Senate President Stan Rosenberg: I'm voting for pot question » Boston.com

Gov. Baker endorses Ardinger to represent Leominster in state house » Sentinel & Enterprise

Charlie Baker Has to Talk About Donald Trump, Again » Boston Magazine

Public Health

Heroin Addicts Give Up Civil Liberty In Exchange For Treatment » New England Public Radio Massachusetts is one of about 40 states where someone who abuses drugs or alcohol to an extreme can be legally committed to a locked treatment facility. In most cases, a worried family member has to g…

Public Safety

5 Investigates: Use of civilian flaggers dwindling in Massachusetts » WCVB Promises of millions of dollars of savings every year by using civilian flaggers instead of some police details on roadways has all but vanished as 5 Investigates has found that flaggers have become a…

Mass Auditor: Parole Board Needs To Improve In Collecting Fees, Evaluating Parolees » New England Public Radio A report released Wednesday by the state auditor said the Massachusetts Parole Board has not been following its own rules for fee collection or re-evaluating former prisoners.…

Use of stun guns by Massachusetts police a growing trend » Boston Herald Bay State cops are using stun guns to subdue unruly suspects more than ever before, recording an all-time high of 1,100 incidents last year in a surge cops say is driven by more departments seeking ou…

Firefighters to join guv for "hot works" bill signing » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker is set to sign a bill Thursday afternoon creating a commission to study the regulation of welding and "hot works," with hopes of identifying changes that could prevent fatal fires.…

Tech, Human Errors Drive Growing Death Toll In Auto Crashes » WBUR Our cars and trucks are being made with more safety features. New technologies such as lane departure warnings, blind spot detection, vehicle stabilizers and anti-lock brakes can, and do, save lives.…

Probe of former Gloucester police chief referred to Healey, Ortiz » Boston Herald

DA sends chief probe to AG, US attorney » Gloucester Times

Springfield officials seek resurrection of Police Commission in wake of brutality, misconduct allegations » The Republican

State Finance

Higher education, courts will be spared from budget cuts, governor says » State House News Service

State Government

State employees offered buyout packages to avoid layoffs » WWLP 22 In an effort to balance the budget, the Baker-Polito administration offered roughly 42,000 state employees the opportunity to voluntarily leave the public sector in exchange for a buyout package.…

Governor, state officials talk shop at Economic Development summit in Worcester » Worcester Mag Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito held the state Office of Housing and Economic Development's first Economic Development Summit on Oct. 19, inviting 400 municipal leaders from across the Co…

Polito: Layoffs hinge on buyout program » State House News Service The outcome of a buyout program launched this week for state workers will determine whether layoffs are necessary, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito told reporters Wednesday.…

Most Mass. communities exceeding early voting requirements » State House News Service With the state's first early voting period less than a week away, more than half of the 351 cities and towns have plans in place that election advocates say expand access to the polls beyond what is r…

Western Massachusetts communities recognized for greater ballot box access » WWLP 22 For the first time, registered voters in Massachusetts can cast their ballots before Election Day on November 8th. As a result, the Election Modernization Coalition recognized several western Massachu…

Taxation

Mass. retailers: Lack of sales tax holiday hurt stores » South Coast Today The state's decision not to hold a weekend-long sales tax holiday in August led to "dramatic drops in local sales and hours worked," according to a Retailers Association of Massachusetts survey. Eigh…

After tech tax, council rounding up info for hill's next big tax debate » State House News Service

Fiscal Alliance distributes anti-tax mugs » State House News Service

Transportation

Congressman touts rail link within Boston, but SouthCoast leader isn't buying » South Coast Today Closing the 1.2-mile void between Boston's North and South stations is the final puzzle piece to a unified northeast rail corridor and would better connect the state's hot job centers with suburban ar…

Moulton steps up the pressure for a North-South Rail Link » Boston Globe Until recently, former governors Michael Dukakis and Bill Weld were the most high-profile champions for a seemingly quixotic quest to get the North South Rail Link built.…

Moulton pitches N-S rail link » Commonwealth Magazine CLOSING THE 1.2-MILE VOID between Boston's North and South stations is the final puzzle piece to a unified northeast rail corridor and would better connect the state's hot job centers with suburban ar…

Kosciuszko Circle targeted for $700k state traffic study » Dorchester Reporter

Massachusetts is one step closer to having self-driving cars on the road » Boston Business Journal

Walsh, Baker sign orders to create self-driving car regulations » Boston Herald

Green light for self-driving car tests in Massachusetts » Boston Globe

Utilities

Cape Downwinders Hold Rally on Beacon Hill » Cape Cod Online Legislators, organizations leaders, students and others are gathering at the Grand Staircase in the State House on Thursday to call for the closure of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth.…

'Drought of record' forces Cambridge to pay double for water » Wicked Local For the first time since 1966, the city of Cambridge is being forced to purchase 90 percent of its water from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority due to severe drought.…

Warren redistributes solar income » Commonwealth Magazine NEWTON MAYOR SETTI WARREN announced a small solar project on Wednesday that will slightly trim the city's electric bill and funnel the bulk of the savings to about 1,250 low-income residents of the co…

3 Boston institutions finance NC solar farm » Commonwealth Magazine THREE BOSTON-AREA INSTITUTIONS are financing the construction of one of the largest renewable energy projects in the United States, a 60-megawatt solar farm in North Carolina. MIT, Boston Medical Cent…

Warren, Tsongas, Clark oppose Hudson to Sudbury power line project » The Metro West Daily News

National Grid to credit 4,500 Mass. customers after allegedly overcharging them » Legal Newsline

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