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Must-Reads

The Election Polls That Matter » The New York Times Smart campaigns ignore public polls and use "little data" to target appeals to voters.…

GOP blasts Healey for support of 'alleged domestic abuser' Dixon » Worcester Telegram & Gazette The Massachusetts Republican Party is taking Attorney General Maura Healey to task for supporting Democratic candidate Moses S. Dixon for the 17th Worcester District state representative seat when his…

Cape and Islands Senate race intensifies » Cape Cod Times HYANNIS — Campaign rhetoric in the Cape & Islands District state Senate race between Democrat Julian Cyr and Republican Anthony Schiavi is ratcheting up and taking on a negative tone. …

Migliore says focus on PAC $$ is part of "smear campaign" » State House News Service The Massachusetts Republican Party on Wednesday accused Democrat challenger Jen Migliore of accumulating more political action committee dollars than allowed by law, a charge rejected by the candidate…

How many charter schools are too many? » Boston Globe In the bruising battle over charter school expansion in Massachusetts, a critical question has received scant attention: How many charters are too many?…

At end of life in Mass., hospital care is big cost » Boston Globe When death approaches, most people would rather spend their days at home. But in Massachusetts, a remarkable number of dying patients often end up in hospital beds instead, and enter hospice for only …

Charter Question Splits Suburbs — Even Suburbs With No Charter Schools » WBUR Gov. Charlie Baker argues in an ad supporting Question 2, which would allow 12 new charter schools a year, that the change would not affect suburban districts. …

Dempsey talks fundraising haul, sidesteps speaker question » State House News Service Rep. Brian Dempsey last had an electoral challenge more than a decade ago, but said Wednesday that the more than a half million dollars in his campaign account could come in handy if someone runs for …

Bernie Sanders jumps into Massachusetts's charter school fight, opposes Question 2 » Boston.com Bernie Sanders says he opposes the Massachusetts ballot question to raise the charter school cap, in what is one of Question 2 opponents' most high-profile, if not particularly surprising, endorsement…

“When governments let our companies get away with poor service, it sends the message that they don’t really have to do their jobs or improve the service they’re providing — and, respectfully, that’s what happened here,”

Senator Jamie Eldridge

Speaking about the failures of the Keolis Commuter Service and the MBTA.

News By Category
Business

Beaten-down biotechs pin hopes on drug-licensing deal » Boston Globe A pair of beaten-down Cambridge biotech companies are joining forces in a bid to revive a troubled blood-cancer drug development program — and their own flagging fortunes.…

Bayer CropScience to pay $75,000 after allegations it misled consumers about pesticides » Legal Newsline Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced last week that Bayer CropScience, the world's largest agrochemical company, will pay $75,000 and change advertising practices after allegations it…

Reebok plans a big move — and some job cuts » Boston Globe Another high-profile company is moving to Boston: Reebok, the athletic shoe and apparel company, plans to shift about 700 employees from Canton to a new headquarters in the city.…

Program guarantees business stays local » Sentinel & Enterprise The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday launched a gift card that officials hope will encourage residents to shop locally. …

Business confidence edges up » Sentinel & Enterprise A "surprising" improvement in the outlook of manufacturers and the lowest unemployment rate in 15 years drove business confidence among Massachusetts employers up last month, according to data releas…

Massachusetts is still most innovative economy in U.S., according to think tank » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts took the No. 1 spot yet again on a biennial innovation report from an influential California-based economic development think tank.…

Boston thirsty for 15 liquor licenses » Boston Herald City councilors will be pushing the state for 15 new liquor licenses specifically for a Dorchester development, and see the request as a renewed call for the Legislature to give Boston more control ov…

$3M MassWorks grant to boost $160M Marlborough development » Worcester Business Journal The city of Marlborough has received more than $3 million in state funds towards Route 20 improvements that the Marlborough Economic Development Corp. says will open the area to $160 million in commer…

Construction of upscale hotel underway in Worcester, latest development in city renaissance » The Republican

House Speaker DeLeo pays visit to Hazen Paper » The Reminder

Civil Rights

ACLU lawsuit challenges Massachusetts voter-registration deadlines » The Republican The Massachusetts chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has filed suit charging that the state's law requiring people to be registered to vote at least 20 days before any election is both arbi…

ACLU suit over voter cutoff will be heard down to wire » Boston Herald The Bay State's voter registration cutoff law is being challenged in court by civil rights groups who argue that it unconstitutionally deprives voters of their right to participate in the election …

Education

Charters offer high-quality choice » Commonwealth Magazine MY SUBURBAN FRIENDS are asking for my stand on Question 2. I tell them my “yes” vote is based on one critical measure: There are simply not enough high-performing district schools in Bosto…

Plan calls for closure of Mattahunt » Boston Herald Superintendent Tommy Chang is calling for the struggling Mattahunt Elementary School to be turned into an early learning center and to shutter the Mattapan school in June.…

In Lowell, Baker touts charter school question as foes boo » Lowell Sun Gov. Charlie Baker stumped in the Highlands in support of the charter-school ballot question on Wednesday before opponents crashed the event, yelling "Shame on you, Governor Baker," as he left. Baker…

Baker to stump for charters » Nashoba Publishing Gov. Charlie Baker, the state's top proponent of expanding charter schools, will go door-to-door appealing to voters in Lowell Wednesday afternoon with parents and other supporters. Baker has, with H…

Health Care

Worcester healthcare company employees arraigned on charges of stealing more than $800,000 » The Republican Members of the Worcester-based home health care service Compassionate Homecare were released on personal recognizance Wednesday for charges that they stole more than $800,000 from MassHealth, official…

Human Services

Protesters clog state office building over personal care overtime cap » Berkshire Eagle Police escorted protesters in wheelchairs out of a state office building late Tuesday afternoon after a group advocating for disability rights blocked its main entrance. Around 50 protesters filled t…

ADAPT protests at State House, Judge Rotenberg Center for disability rights; 'I'd rather go to jail than die in Rotenberg!' » The Republican

Judiciary

Massachusetts gun owners protest judicial nominee Christopher Barry-Smith over work for AG Maura Healey » The Republican A Massachusetts gun rights group is protesting Gov. Charlie Baker's nomination of First Assistant Attorney General Christopher Barry-Smith to serve as an Associate Justice on the Massachusetts Superio…

Healey deputy to face more gun questions when judicial nomination hearing resumes » State House News Service Attorney General Maura Healey's top deputy faced no direct questions Wednesday on the issue that has shrouded his judicial nomination in controversy -- his role in Healey's heightened enforcement of t…

Governor's Council has sharp questions on guns, experience of judicial nominee Christopher Barry-Smith » The Republican Members of the Governor's Council posed sharp questions on Wednesday to First Assistant Attorney General Christopher Barry-Smith and to witnesses testifying on his behalf.…

Brockton lawyer confirmed as Plymouth judge » Wicked Local An Easton man, who is an attorney in Brockton, was approved as a district court judge Wednesday.…

Gun owners picket judicial nominee » Lowell Sun

Labor

Mass. youth are left out of state's improving economy » Boston Globe While their parents and even grandparents have returned to the workforce after the Great Recession, teens and young adults in Massachusetts are still sitting on the sidelines in large numbers, losing …

Compensation increase for Mass. workers trails U.S. counterparts » State House News Service

Legislative

Dempsey hosts preelection breakfast Sunday » The Eagle Tribune Mention the Harbor Place project and most local people will likely think of state Rep. Brian Dempsey.…

Franklin legislators give report » Wicked Local Franklin The town's legislative delegation gave its report to the Town Council Wednesday night - discussing efforts to direct resources to local ends and deal with the statewide opioid crisis.…

Local Government

Longmeadow School Committee opposes Question 2 » The Republican In a unanimous vote last week, the Longmeadow School Committee officially opposed Question 2 on the Massachusetts ballot, which would raise the cap on charter schools in the state.…

Former state veteran services chief is Hingham Veterans Day speaker » Patriot Ledger Marine Corps veteran and former state veterans services secretary Coleman Nee will be the guest speaker at the town's annual Veterans Day observances at town hall.…

Haverhill gets $9M, promise of new project » The Eagle Tribune Gov. Charlie Baker was in Haverhill on Wednesday to announce the downtown Harbor Place project will receive an additional $9 million from the state to pay for infrastructure improvements needed to fu…

Charlemont gets $950k state grant to fix bridges » The Recorder Charlemont has received a $949,000 MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant to repair three bridges that are at risk of being closed. …

Haverhill scores nearly $9 mil to aid riverfront development » State House News Service The Baker administration on Wednesday announced $8.98 million in funding to support a riverfront development in Haverhill, the biggest MassWorks award so far this year.…

Pols seeking plan to disperse rec marijuana shops » Boston Herald Fearing a “zombie zone” of pot shops clustered together similar to Boston's notorious former Combat Zone of strip joints, city officials are scrambling to devise a plan to spread out the 5…

Quincy mayor on Question 4: Just say no » Patriot Ledger Add Quincy's mayor to the long list of elected leaders voting no on Question 4.…

Mayor's task force wants Worcester control over tax policy » Worcester Telegram & Gazette A 16-member committee established by Mayor Joseph M. Petty is calling on the state to give municipalities more options for crafting local tax policies so they can generate additional revenue for progr…

Mayor Walsh warns: Question 4 could bring '48 pot shops' to Boston » Boston Herald With an Election Day decision looming, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh today called a vote to legalize marijuana “the wrong way to go” for the state and warned dozens of new pot shops could o…

Pittsfield Voters To Decide State Rep. Race And Community Preservation Act » WAMC

Opinion

Is it time to lay down the law about cybersecurity? » Boston Globe Who's up for government regulation of the Internet? Yes, my skin is crawling at the thought, just like yours.…

In the march of imperialism, there's no stopping the war industry » Boston Globe IN HIS excellent op-ed “The fatal expense of imperialism” (Opinion, Oct. 31), Jeffrey D. Sachs failed to mention an important driver in the useless continuation of US involvement in Middle…

In targeting unique needs of millennials, bankers are on to something » Boston Globe SHIRLEY LEUNG makes interesting observations about whether there is a need for a bank that targets millennials and young entrepreneurs (“Does Boston need a bank just for millennial clients? 

We don't need more charters — we need to cultivate more parental support » Boston Globe THE GLOBE'S support for increasing the number of charter schools fails to understand the true nature of education in our public schools (“Vote 'yes' on Question 2,” Editorial, Oct. 30). …

Mom for state rep » Lowell Sun The race for state representative in the 18th Middlesex District features a mix of domestic and international politics.…

Editorial: Reasons to vote No on Question 1 » Milford Daily News Question 1 on this year's ballot asks Massachusetts voters to allow a second slots parlor in the state with up to 1,250 slot machines. …

Charter narrative gets story wrong » Commonwealth Magazine AS THE CHARTER school debate continues to blaze, in this state and across the country, it is helpful to examine the narrative which is driving this push by charter advocates to increase the number of …

State Med Board Suspended Dr. Just to Make Nice with Charlie Baker » The Valley Patriot So, here are the actors in this sordid little drama. Charlie Baker opposes the legalization of marijuana.…

Opinion: I Advise My Patients Against Marijuana, But Here's Why I'll Vote To Legalize It » WBUR If a patient came to my clinic and asked if it's OK to smoke marijuana, I would explain why it's a poor decision for their health. However, on Nov. 8, I will vote yes on Question 4 to legalize recreat…

Editorial: Recommendations to voters » Martha's Vineyard Times Hillary Clinton is our unequivocal choice for president. She is smart, experienced, tough, and empathetic.…

Commentary: Baker's Blank-Ballot Bet — Will Neutrality In The Presidential Race Pay Off? » WBUR Gov. Charlie Baker has avoided picking sides in the presidential race. He said he couldn't support his own party's nominee, Donald Trump, or the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. And he said he cou…

John Keith: Why I Should Be Elected the Next Suffolk County Register of Deeds » Jamaica Plain News On Tuesday, November 8th, Jamaica Plain residents will help elect the next Suffolk County Register of Deeds.…

To stop Trump, Weld should urge a vote for Clinton » Boston Globe WHATEVER HAPPENS on Election Day, Bill Weld Inc. will flourish.…

FEA president urges 'no' vote on Question 2 » Sentinel & Enterprise Most of us can agree we've never seen an election quite like the one we face on Tuesday, Nov. 8. What concerns me most on the ballot, though, is Question 2, which asks voters to raise the cap on the n…

Our View: Estele Borges for Third Bristol District » Taunton Gazette

Other

Trump has a lot to surmount for a 'Brexit'-like upset » Boston Globe Donald Trump, billing himself as “Mr. Brexit,” is predicting an electoral upset come Election Day that he boasts will amount to “Brexit times 10.”…

Suffragists wore white 96 years ago. Now Clinton voters are doing the same. » Boston Globe It's been a dark election season in many respects, but around the country, women are ending it by wearing white.…

Wynn wants to partner with locals » Commonwealth Magazine LAS VEGAS CASINO DEVELOPER Steve Wynn said on Wednesday that his company is courting “local personalities” to operate food and beverage operations at the $2.1 billion ho…

A web of lies » Commonwealth Magazine Donald Trump is being paid millions of dollars by the Russian government, according to ABC News, showing why he's been deferential to Vladimir Putin. “October Surprise: ABC Uncovers 'Millions' o…

Massachusetts commission studying online gambling gets to work » World Casino Directory In Massachusetts, the Special Commission On Online Gaming, Fantasy Sports Gaming And Daily Fantasy Sports has met for the first time since Republican governor Charlie Baker signed economic development…

2 Mass. Clinton Supporters On Her Emails, The FBI And Why They Believe She Will Win » WBUR With less than a week to go before Election Day, supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are digging in.…

MASSACHUSETTS REVIVES ILOTTERY PLANS, MULLS ONLINE GAMING FUTURE » Calvin Ayre Massachusetts' state treasurer has made good on her promise to reintroduce legislation that would allow the state lottery to take its action online. …

Treasurer pushes plan to create 'iLottery' » Boston Globe Massachusetts Treasurer Deborah Goldberg is advancing her plan to create a so-called “iLottery,” filing a bill with the state Legislature on Wednesday that would authorize the Massachusett…

Goldberg faces uncharted waters in push to bring lottery online » State House News Service In the face of stagnant profit growth at the Massachusetts Lottery and local officials clamoring for the funding the Lottery provides them, Treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Wednesday filed a bill to allo…

K Street says social media is growing faster than traditional lobbying as way to influence Washington » The Washington Post

Massachusetts' lawmakers to study the potential of online gaming » Gambling Insider

Politics

Winchester Star editorial board interviews: Michael S. Day » Wicked Local Winchester Representative Michael Day is running for re-election to his seat, representing the 31st Middlesex District, which includes Winchester and Stoneham. We spoke on a wide range of topics, including opioi…

Some voters in Western Mass. will vote on whether to lower drinking age » Boston Globe Should the drinking age be 19? Voters in part of Hampshire County won't just decide whether to legalize marijuana when they cast their ballots this year: They'll also vote on the drinking age.…

Voters Are Casting Ballots Early, But What About The Candidates? » New England Public Radio Massachusetts residents are streaming into early voting locations to cast their ballots — and that includes some of the candidates themselves.…

Gov. Baker: 'I Wasn't Aware' Of Wall Street Funding For Charter School Measure » IB Times After unions filed a formal complaint against financial firms whose executives have given money to support a Massachusetts charter school ballot measure, Gov. Charlie Baker, the initiative's chief boo…

State rep debate tonight in Port » Newburyport News The one opportunity for voters to see the two candidates for 1st Essex District state representative in a public debate starts at 6:30 tonight.…

An Open Letter To My Cousin Who Plans To Cast A Protest Vote » WBUR The last time we hung out was in June. I remember, because Bernie Sanders hadn't yet conceded the Democratic nomination to Hillary Clinton, and both of us were arguing a minority position: that he sho…

Test scores, Moody's concerns color charter school battle » State House News Service Against the backdrop of new financial concerns Question 2 could present for some Massachusetts cities, charter school leaders on Wednesday used test scores to make a case for why expanding access for …

Yes On Question 3: Our Meat And Eggs Needn't Come With A Side Of Animal Cruelty » WBUR It's no wonder Americans want reforms to our food system, after years of outbreaks of foodborne pathogens like E. coli and shocking exposés of animal cruelty in corporate factory farms. There's no …

Latina millennial from Massachusetts breaking ground in the State House » Fox News Latino Juana Matias is fast on her way to becoming the first Latina state representative for her district in Lawrence, Massachusetts — and, at 29, one of the youngest on record.…

Baker plans to spend election night at home » Sentinel & Enterprise Gov. Charlie Baker, who has a stake in the outcomes of the presidential race, two major ballot questions and numerous legislative races, anticipates he'll spend election day trying to turn out the vo…

Challenger heavily outspent in bid for Plymouth County sheriff » The Enterprise A Plymouth police sergeant is being outspent at a rate of more more than 4 to 1 as he seeks to unseat Sheriff Joseph McDonald, a two-term incumbent who has nearly $178,000 in campaign cash.…

Sheriff candidates using own cash to boost campaigns » Gloucester Times The four candidates for Essex County sheriff have each found at least one reliable contributor to their campaign funds — themselves.…

Cambridge residents donate $1.6 million to Clinton, $19,000 to Trump » Wicked Local Cambridge residents contributed $1,670,514 to the two major party candidates for president this election cycle with 98.8 percent of those donations going to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.…

With Trump atop GOP ballot, Baker staying home on Election Night » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker, who has a stake in the outcomes of the presidential race, two major ballot questions and numerous legislative races, anticipates he'll spend election day trying to turn out the vot…

Borges and O'Connell major endorsers vary in detail for state Rep. race » When Gov. Charlie Baker last month endorsed incumbent state Rep. Shaunna O'Connell in her bid for a fourth term, he gave a speech citing specific topics with which the Taunton Republican has become as…

Boussy, O'Neill endorse Colarusso » Wicked Local Stoneham Selectwoman and candidate for state representative Caroline Colarusso announced a coalition of Democrats supporting her candidacy. …

Massachusetts charter school supporters release closing ad touting newspaper endorsements » The Republican The pro-charter school ballot committee Great Schools Massachusetts is beginning to air its final ad of the Question 2 campaign on Wednesday.…

Gov. Charlie Baker endorses Helen Brady » Wicked Local Concord Gov. Charlie Baker has formally endorsed Helen Brady's campaign for state representative in the 14th Middlesex district, which includes Concord, Carlisle, Acton (precincts 1, 2, 6) and Chelmsford (pre…

Springfield City Councilor Timothy Rooke endorses State Senate candidate James 'Chip' Harrington » The Republican

Panagiotakos on Sun Spot » Lowell Sun

Mailer targets state lawmaker: 'He is allowing boys to shower in girls locker rooms' » Boston Globe

Opponents of marijuana legalization stress health dangers » The Republican

Cape Cod Democrats Rally with Senator Ed Markey » Cape Cod Online

AG Healey rips pot industry, calls for defeat of Question 4 » Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Public Health

Arizona anti-pot ads are inaccurate » Consumnes Connection The latest Gallup Poll showed that support for legalizing marijuana is at 60 percent, the highest ever recorded in this survey. …

Gov. Baker, Boston mayor, cardinal team up in final appeal against pot legalization » Berkshire Eagle Faith leaders teamed with Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Monday to make a final appeal to voters to reject legal marijuana, painting the ballot campaign as one about commercializat…

Public Safety

Activists, relatives call for Boston officers' arrests » Boston Globe Activists and relatives of a man fatally shot by Boston police demanded Wednesday that the officers face criminal charges for the killing.…

Boston EMS chief details encounter before fatal shooting by police » Boston Globe The mentally ill man who was fatally shot by Boston police officers Sunday had threatened two emergency medical technicians with a steak knife while ranting nonsensically before officers opened fire, …

Springfield police will scramble all radio communications, citing 'criminal element' that listens to scanners » The Republican Beginning Thursday, the Police Department will encrypt its police radio transmissions, with the scrambling of messages on private scanners intended to protect officer safety, according to a department…

Neighbors, officials meet on sex offender setting » Dorchester Reporter

State Finance

Dempsey optimistic that October surge will put revenues in the black » State House News Service

State Government

Baker wants to 'see the whole show,' will vote on Election Day » State House News Service The state's foray into early voting has garnered positive feedback from voters who appreciate the convenience of it, but Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday he wants to wait until the bitter end of the c…

Early Voting Exceeds Expectations In Massachusetts » CBS Boston The number of people participating in early voting has exceeded expectations by hundreds of thousands, Mass. Secretary of State William Galvin's office said Wednesday.…

AG's new council aims to amplify communities of color voices » Bay State Banner Horace Small, executive director of the Union of Minority Neighborhoods, was among the group of black community activists who took to the State House last May. Their goal: initiate regular dialogue wi…

Alleging cronyism and corruption, developers file $50M lawsuit against Springfield over RMV project » The Republican Investors in an ill-fated development for a new Registry of Motor Vehicles building have filed a $50 million lawsuit in federal court, alleging the city plunged the project into an abyss of evasive a…

AG Maura Healey: FBI announcement about Clinton email investigation 'improper' and 'irresponsible' » The Republican

AG Maura Healey calls for investigation of Thornton law firm political donations » The Republican

ELECTION: Gov. Baker's not voting early but 700,000 Mass. residents already have »

Taxation

Tax surcharge on the ballot in 5 western Massachusetts communities » WWLP 22 Voters in five western Massachusetts communities will consider the Community Preservation Act this Tuesday. The question will ask voters in Holyoke, Palmer, Pittsfield, South Hadley, and Springfield w…

Transportation

MBTA is trying to plan for 2040 » Commonwealth Magazine A $7.3-BILLION BACKLOG in critical state of good repair investments, a century old system plagued by performance and reliability failures, major investments delayed and/or facing cost overruns…a…

Legislators slam state transportation officials » Boston Globe Amid declines in commuter rail service, 14 state lawmakers urged transportation officials to be more transparent about their fines against Keolis Commuter Services and denounced the agency's failure t…

MBTA Tech Chief Still Owns Stake in Bridj » Boston Magazine The MBTA's chief technology officer still holds a financial stake in Bridj, even as the Boston-based private transit company has begun preliminary talks with the T to provide late-night shuttle servic…

City Council concerned more MBTA privatization could lead to discriminatory service » Metro Concerns about how more privatization efforts from the MBTA could lead to widespread discriminatory practices of transportation services prompted the Boston City Council on Wednesday to unanimously re…

Toll booth demolition causing traffic troubles in Palmer » WWLP 22 The demolition of toll booths along the Massachusetts Turnpike has generally been going smoothly statewide, but it is causing traffic troubles at one interchange.…

Utilities

Spectra Not Giving Up on Access Northeast, Now Turning to LDCs » Natural Gas Intel Spectra Energy Partners LP management is rethinking the Access Northeast project, with plans to add local distribution companies (LDC) to its customer mix after some New England states have effectivel…

Lynch urges FERC to halt permitting on Spectra energy projects » State House News Service Federal regulators should halt permitting and construction of Spectra Energy pipelines in West Roxbury and Weymouth, according to Congressman Stephen Lynch of Boston, who cited safety concerns stemmin…

TransCanada sells dams to Boston-based private equity frim » Berkshire Eagle A Boston-based private equity firm managed by an energy industry investor with deep ties to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College has emerged as the buyer of the Wilder dam and 12 other hyd…

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Press Releases

AIM Offers Downloadable Employer Guide to State Ballot Questions » Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Massachusetts Association of Realtors Recognizes Realtor Tanisha Salmon for her Community Service Efforts » Mass. Association of Realtors

Mattapoisset Broker Named 2018 Massachusetts Realtor of the Year » Mass. Association of Realtors

Cambridge Broker Receives Massachusetts Realtor Distinguished Service Award » Mass. Association of Realtors

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Improvement Project at Flynn Memorial Rink » Mass. Department of Conservation & Recreation

Federal Judge Denies Motion from For-profit School Industry to Delay Critical Protections for Student Loan Borrowers » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

AG Healey Sues Starion Energy Over Deceptive Sales Tactics, Overcharging Residents by $30 Million » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

AG Healey Joins Multistate Effort to Stop Illegal Robocalls » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

Baker-Polito Administration Awards $3 Million in Community Compact IT Grants to 44 Cities and Towns » Executive Office of Administration & Finance

Treasurer Goldberg Announces SeedMA Baby » Office of Treasurer Deb Goldberg

Legislature passes FY18 close-out bill with $40M for local roads » Mass. Municipal Association

Franklin Line Weekend Shuttles during Two Weekends for East Street Bridge Rehabilitation Work » MBTA

Weekend Daytime Closures of Chelsea Street Drawbridge for Standard Maintenance » MBTA


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