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Massachusetts just passed marijuana legalization. What happens next? » The Republican Nearly 1.3 million Massachusetts voters on Tuesday signed off on legalizing, regulating and taxing marijuana, according to initial voting tallies.…

Massachusetts voters ban farm animal confinement, vote Yes on 3 » The Republican Massachusetts consumers will no longer be able to buy eggs, veal or pork from animals confined in small cages, under a ballot question that voters approved Tuesday.…

Incumbents cruise as challengers can't break into ranks of legislature » WWLP 22 Incumbents in the Massachusetts Legislature put on a strong showing across the state Tuesday night as House and Senate lawmakers from both parties defended their seats and the Massachusetts Republican…

Boston votes to adopt Community Preservation Act » Boston Business Journal Boston voters on Tuesday approved the Community Preservation Act by a margin of 74 percent in favor on Tuesday.…

Mass. voters agree to law legalizing adult use of marijuana » State House News Service Voters on Tuesday approved a ballot question to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana for adult use, making Massachusetts the first state on the East Coast to legalize marijuana.…

AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY » The New Yorker e election of Donald Trump to the Presidency is nothing less than a tragedy for the American republic, a tragedy for the Constitution, and a triumph for the forces, at home and abroad, of nativism, au…

Mass. voters say no on second slots parlor » Boston Globe Massachusetts voters resoundingly rejected a proposal to expand the state's fledgling casino law to allow for an additional slots parlor, which overseas developers had proposed building near Suffolk D…

After charter school defeat, what's next for Massachusetts education reform? » The Republican Although an expansion of charter schools was defeated at the ballot box, the discussion of how to fund and improve Massachusetts education is far from over, advocates on both sides of the ballot quest…

After losses on Mass. ballot questions, big challenges for Baker » Boston Globe After living a politically charmed life for the past two years, Governor Charlie Baker now faces his first serious turbulence, having been dealt a setback by voters who rejected two contentious ballot…

Clinton Likely Won the Popular Vote, but Here's Why Trump Will Be the 45th President » Morning Consult Hillary Clinton won the national popular vote, but only narrowly and with a margin of victory that fell within the margin of error for only a few select national polls, including the POLITICO/Morning …

"The voters have spoken on legalization," Rosenberg said. "I look forward to swiftly implementing their will and working with Governor Baker and Speaker DeLeo to create a best-in-the-nation law that protects public safety while respecting the wishes of the voters."

Senate President Stan Rosenberg

Speaking about ballot question number 4.

News By Category
Business

Massachusetts votes to legalize marijuana: What it means for business » Boston Business Journal A majority of Massachusetts voters have voted in favor of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, creating a new industry here estimated at around $100 million a year.…

CVS expects to lose 40 million prescriptions to Walgreens » Boston Globe CVS Health Inc. pared back its earnings outlook Tuesday after announcing it expected to lose 40 million retail prescriptions to its rival, Walgreens Boots Alliance.…

Mass. Voters Approve Question 3, Banning Certain Farm Animal Confinement Practices » WBUR Massachusetts voters have approved a measure that bans the sale of products from pigs, calves and hens that aren't provided with enough room to move around, as well as the use of such confinement prac…

Bay State voters reject charter school growth: What it means for business » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts voters have rejected a measure to gives the state authority to approve 12 new charter schools every year, going against the recommendations of one of the state's biggest business associa…

Boston business leaders react after Trump election victory » Boston Business Journal

Education

Mass. voters reject ballot question on charter schools » Boston Globe Massachusetts voters overwhelmingly rejected a major expansion of charter schools Tuesday, brushing aside calls for greater choice amid concerns about the overall health of public education.…

Charter school expansion shot down » Boston Herald Massachusetts voters defeated the controversial Question 2 that would have lifted the cap on charter schools, giving the state's powerful teachers' union a victory over Gov. Charlie Baker and dealing …

Health Care

FDA to hold two-day meeting on off-label drug marketing » STAT News After years of anticipation, the Food and Drug Administration will hold a public, two-day meeting starting on Wednesday to review the extent to which so-called off-label information about medicines ma…

Hallmark Health cuts dozens to deal with budget problems » Boston Business Journal

Human Services

Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services recognizes senior advocates » Wicked Local Cambridge Officials, care providers, and volunteers were recognized for their efforts on behalf of older adults at the 17th annual Serving Seniors award ceremony on Nov. 2.…

Beverly resident appointed to governor's council » Wicked Local Beverly Kristine Babcock, of Beverly, a veteran's services specialist at North Shore Community College, has been appointed to the Governor's Advisory Council on Veterans' Services. …

Judiciary

Stricter review for judicial appointments » Wicked Local Hamilton

Hearing resumes on Superior Court pick Barry-Smith » State House News Service

Legislative

After marijuana legalization, Beacon Hill scrambles » Boston Globe

Opinion

State, ballot races offer few surprises (Editorial) » The Republican While America was glued to the Presidential race Tuesday night, state races and referendum questions attracted interest in Massachusetts but produced few surprises.…

Baker's presidential no-vote is poor leadership » Boston Globe I READ THAT our governor, Charlie Baker, reported that he did not vote for anyone for president of the United States. This is not leadership of any form.…

The elites have little incentive to empower citizens with education » Boston Globe IN “SPIRITUAL blackout in America: Election 2016,” Cornel West writes, “For Plato, democratic regimes collapse owing to the slavish souls of citizens driven by hedonism and narcissis…

Our view: Riding the rails shouldn't be so frustrating » Newburyport News Residents of the North of Boston region have been riding the rails to and from Boston for almost 175 years now. …

Through lens of Nietzsche, our politics tends toward a spiral of mediocrity » Boston Globe CORNEL WEST'S description of the problems of democracy in Plato's time is eerily similar to our situation (“Spiritual blackout in America: Election 2016,” Opinion, Nov. 4).…

Other

Trump defies predictions and polls in unexpected win » Boston Globe The American people, in a historic call for change, elected Donald J. Trump to become the 45th president of the United States on Tuesday, sending shock waves around the world and a divisive and disrup…

Patriot politics » Commonwealth Magazine Hillary Clinton had President and Michelle Obama, Bruce Springsteen, and Jon Bon Jovi campaigning for her on the final day of the 2016 presidential race, but Donald Trump was not to be outdone. At a c…

Trump Wins. Now What? » WBUR Donald Trump's presidential campaign, like the business career that preceded it, was unpredictable, undisciplined and unreliable. Despite those qualities — or perhaps, in part, because of them …

Republicans maintain control of US Senate » Boston Globe Republicans, lifted by Donald Trump's stunning victories in battleground states, maintained their grip on the Senate Tuesday, potentially giving the party control of the White House and Congress.…

Donald Trump's victory shows a fierce thirst for change in US » Boston Globe During one of his last campaign events, Donald Trump looked out at the crowd and said, with confidence, “It will be an amazing day, it will be called 'Brexit plus plus plus.' You know what I mea…

Financial Markets Plunge As Trump Emerges Victorious » WBUR Financial markets like certainty. On Tuesday night, as the presidential election's outcome headed toward a Trump victory, stock futures plunged. Investors had bet heavily Monday on Democrat Hillary C…

America to Trump: You're hired » Sentinel & Enterprise He felt it in the breeze. Nearing the end of his long, improbable journey to victory in the presidential race, Donald Trump, the candidate of so much tumult and bluster, waxed nostalgic about how he …

Brown lays out brief Trump to-do list » State House News Service Expressing interest in a Trump administration post if one were offered, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown on Wednesday outlined a potential to-do list for Trump when the president-elect succeed Ba…

Putin calls to congratulate Trump, seeks better U.S. ties » Sentinel & Enterprise President Vladimir Putin congratulated Donald Trump on his victory in the U.S. presidential election and said he would do everything he could to repair ties between the two countries after their most …

Latino surge for Hillary Clinton fails to materialize, according to exit polls » Boston Globe Predictions of a major surge from Hispanic voters turing out to oppose Donald Trump and his anti-immigration policy platform did not look to be holding up, according to exit polls of voters.…

Recount expected in battle for N.H.'s US Senate seat » Boston Globe New Hampshire's hard-fought US Senate race was so close that strategists with both campaigns expected it to head to a recount.…

Politics

James 'Chip' Harrington on losing to Sen. Eric Lesser: 'We knew we were the underdogs' » The Republican James "Chip" Harrington has announced his defeat for the state senate seat in the First Hampden and Hampshire District to incumbent Sen. Eric Lesser.…

Kelcourse wins second term » Newburyport News Incumbent James Kelcourse defeated newcomer Brianna Sullivan in the race for representative of the 1st Essex District Tuesday, easily winning in Amesbury and Salisbury, and racking up 2,029 more votes…

Mom romps to second term as Lowell rep » Lowell Sun Rady Mom cruised to a second term as the 18th Middlesex District state representative Tuesday, easily beating back a challenge from fellow Cambodian Kamara Kay.…

AG Maura Healey: I teared up when voting for Hillary Clinton » The Republican Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey teared up when she cast her ballot for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Tuesday.…

UPDATE: Wong earns fourth term as state rep., Saugus voters favor Trump for president » Wicked Local Wakefield Riding a wave of support in his hometown of Saugus, incumbent Republican Donald Wong beat out Democratic challenger Jen Migliore in the race for the 9th Essex District state representative seat.…

Jose Tosado defeats Robert Underwood in 9th Hampden District state representative seat rematch » The Republican Incumbent Jose Tosado on Tuesday won his re-election bid for the 9th Hampden District state House of Representatives seat with 9,450 votes to opponent Robert Underwood's 2,184 votes.…

9th Essex likes its representation » ItemLive.com Coming off a contentious race, state Rep. Donald Wong (R-Saugus) called for unity and healing after winning re-election.…

Hinds Wins Mass. State Senate Seat, Farley-Bouvier Re-Elected » WAMC Western Massachusetts voters have decided to send another Democrat to the State Senate. Adam Hinds defeated Republican Christine Canning in the race to replace retiring Democratic State Senator Ben Do…

Daniel Donahue beats out John Fresolo in Worcester state representative race » The Republican Democrat Daniel Donahue will continue to represent Worcester's 16 District in the Massachusetts State House after defeating former Worcester state representative John Fresolo.…

Timilty easily defeats challenger Lott to win State Senate seat » The Enterprise Veteran legislator Walter Timilty of Milton will be moving to the State Senate in January, after easily defeating Independent Jon Lott of Stoughton in Tuesday's election.…

Lewis wins the 7th Middlesex state rep contest » The Metro West Daily News Framingham Democrat Jack Lewis is the new state representative elect for Ashland and south Framingham.…

Community Preservation Act Approved, Murphy Elected Suffolk County Register of Deeds » Jamaica Plain News Former City Councilor Stephen Murphy was seemingly reelected to a public office — this time as the Suffolk County Register of Deeds — as he maintained an approximately 50,000-vote lead a…

No contest: Moulton, McGee, Cahill, Crighton, and Ehrlich » ItemLive.com Candidates without opposition in Tuesday's final election secured new terms in office, including U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton and state Sen. Thomas M. McGee.…

Mass. Votes To Legalize Recreational Marijuana » WBUR Massachusetts has joined a handful of states in allowing recreational marijuana.…

Tosado re-elected in 9th Hampden District » WWLP 22 Incumbent State Representative Jose Tosado has been re-elected, 22News projects; defeating independent candidate Robert Underwood in a rematch.…

Mr. Vieira Awaiting Mr. Patrick's Concession In 3rd Barnstable Race » Cape News Although he won every precinct in the 3rd Barnstable District at the ballot box, Republican State Representative David T. Vieira of Falmouth was eagerly waiting for his opponent, Matthew C. Patrick, a…

UPDATE: Day, Lewis win reelection » Wicked Local Winchester Winchester residents voted Tuesday, Nov. 8, to send their incumbents back to work.…

Updated: Haverhill Voters Favor Democrats in All Contested Races » WHAV Haverhill voters chose Hilary Clinton for president by more than 3,000 votes. …

Sen. Don Humason wins 3rd term after defeating JD Parker-O'Grady in 2nd Hampden & Hampshire race » The Associated Press (AP) Sen. Donald F. Humason Jr., R-Westfield, was re-elected to a third term in the Massachusetts Senate after defeating challenger J.D. Parker-O'Grady, a Democrat from Southampton, in Tuesday's election.…

Campbell cruises to victory » The Eagle Tribune State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell, D-Methuen, reclaimed her seat for a sixth term, defeating challenger Nicholas Torresi, an independent candidate also from Methuen. Campbell took 65 percent of the vote …

Local Voters Return Keating To Office, Elect Cyr To Senate » The Cape Cod Chronicle Local voters backed Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, sent William Keating back to Congress and elected a first-time candidate to the state senate.…

Cyr wins Senate seat » Wicked Local Barnstable Wednesday Nov 9, 2016 at 6:22 AM Nov 9, 2016 at 8:57 AM By Rich Eldred and Susan Vaughn After years of working as a legislative liaison for the Massachusetts Department of Health, Truro native Julia…

Donald Trump Clinches The Presidency In Major Upset » WBUR Donald Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States, the capstone of a tumultuous and divisive campaign that won over white voters with the promise to "Make America Great Again." Tr…

Massachusetts Election Results: How Your Town Or City Voted » WBUR How'd your town or city vote for president, or on the four statewide ballot questions? Check out our map below. A few notes: Use the dropdown menu to cycle through the presidential race and the ballo…

Bud Williams still considering both House and Springfield City Council seats » The Republican At-Large City Councilor Bud L. Williams, running unopposed for state representative on Tuesday's ballot, said he has still not decided if he will also keep his council seat in 2017 in the final year o…

Republicans Keep Control Of The Senate As Democrats Largely Falter » WBUR Republicans will hold on to control of the Senate, according to Associated Press projections. The GOP defied the odds in a year in which they were almost entirely on defense and rode a wave that carri…

Mass. voters say 'yes' to legalizing marijuana » Boston Globe Massachusetts voters on Tuesday legalized marijuana for recreational use, sweeping away more than a century of prohibition and opening the door to a massive new industry.…

Vieira holds on in 3rd District race » Cape Cod Times Incumbent Republican David Vieira beat Democrat Matt Patrick for the 3rd Barnstable District state representative's seat in a rematch between the two men.…

Cyr edges Schiavi in state Senate race » Cape Cod Times The state Senate seat for the Cape and Islands District will once again be filled by a Democrat, as it has been for the past 16 years.…

Mass. Voters Reject Proposal For 2nd Slots Parlor In The State » WBUR Massachusetts voters have rejected a proposal to expand the state's five-year-old casino gaming law to allow for a second slots parlor here. The narrowly written referendum was backed by a developer …

Millbury's Michael Moore defeats Beshir for Senate seat » Worcester Telegram & Gazette State Sen. Michael O. Moore won his fifth term Tuesday night, defeating challenger Mesfin Beshir of Worcester by a significant margin for the 2nd Worcester District seat.…

Meschino's 3rd Plymouth win started with a loss » Patriot Ledger A late-night cell phone call gave Democrat Joan Meschino a celebrity punctuation mark for her Third Plymouth District victory over Republican Kristen Arute – U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren congratu…

Cassidy coasts to first full term as Brockton state rep » The Enterprise Brockton's Gerry Cassidy cruised to a campaign victory on Tuesday to earn his first full two-year term as a state representative. …

Shocked By Trump Win, Brits See Brexit Parallels And Commiserate » WBUR On Monday in North Carolina, Donald Trump promised to pull off a "Brexit, Plus, Plus, Plus." He was referring to the surprise vote in June by people in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. …

Updated: L'Italien, Campbell, Tsongas Declare Election Victories » WHAV Democratic Sen. Barbara L'Italien, of Andover, returns to the state Senate in January for her second term. …

Cape Cod votes: Many want change, others champion experience » Cape Cod Times Cape Cod voters turned out in force both before and during Tuesday's election. Cape Cod Times reporters checked in with town clerks, voters and candidates throughout the day as the votes were cast and…

This Is What We Do Now » WBUR We can start by thinking the worst of people, or we can start by thinking the best of people. And our instincts, for most of this horrid campaign, have been to think the worst — to see a vote …

DeCoste re-elected to 5th Plymouth state rep. seat » Wicked Local Hanover Rep. David DeCoste will hold his 5th Plymouth District House seat for a second two-year term after defeating Democratic challenger Kara Nyman in the Nov. 8 election.…

2016 Election live results: District 4 State Representative Race (Kennedy vs. Rosa) » The Republican Joseph P. Kennedy III, currently in his second term as state representative, is running against republican candidate David Rosa in the District 4 State Representative Race. …

Question 5 supporters claim victory » Boston Herald The backers of an additional tax on city properties to preserve affordable housing and parks claimed victory on Question 5, which adopts the state's Community Preservation Act.…

Obama invites Trump to meet; congratulates him on victory » The Eagle Tribune Conceding his party's staggering electoral defeat, President Barack Obama on Wednesday invited President-elect Donald Trump to meet with him to discuss the handover of power from his administration to…

Dooley easily holds on to 9th Norfolk District house seat » The Sun Chronicle State Rep. Shawn Dooley easily captured a second term in Tuesday's election. …

Voters in 3rd Hampshire District support lowering drinking age for beer, wine » The Republican Voters in the Massachusetts House 3rd Hampshire District on Tuesday were supporting a non-binding ballot question favoring legislation that would lower the legal age for buying beer and wine to 19.…

Farley-Bouvier re-elected in 3rd Berkshire District » WWLP 22 Democrat Tricia Farley-Bouvier will continue to represent the 3rd Berkshire District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.…

L'Italien wins a second term in the state Senate » Lowell Sun Sen. Barbara L'Italien, an Andover Democrat, won all four communities in the 2nd Essex-Middlesex District to be elected to a second term Tuesday.…

Lyons, L'Italien declare victory in their respective races » The Eagle Tribune State Rep. Jim Lyons, R-Andover, has declared victory over challenger Oscar Camargo, a Democrat.…

Kate Campanale wins 17th Worcester race, holds off challenge from Moses Dixon » The Associated Press (AP) In the hotly contested 17th Worcester District state representative race, the incumbent, state Rep. Kate D. Campanale defeated her challenger, Moses S. Dixon.…

Rosenberg: "There's a lot of fear about running for office" » State House News Service With 142 uncontested state legislative races on Tuesday's ballot, Senate President Stan Rosenberg suggested that one reason for relatively little competition is that prospective candidates fear runnin…

Democrat Fernandes claims House seat » Cape Cod Times Dylan Fernandes captured the state representative seat for the Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket District, according to the State House News Service.…

DONE DIEHL: Trump's win not a surprise » New Boston Post State Rep. Geoff Diehl, Donald Trump's state campaign chair, said early Wednesday morning that the real estate mogul's apparent presidential victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton was not as much of a …

High times as legal pot passes » Boston Herald Bay Staters will be able to legally buy marijuana for recreational use thanks to last night's vote in favor of ballot Question 4 — instantly catapulting Massachusetts into the small cadre of st…

Anne Gobi voted into a second term as state senator, beating James Ehrhard for Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex District » The Republican Anne Gobi will return to the State House for another term, defeating Republican opponent James Ehrhard to remain the state senator for the Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex District.…

Governor's Trump Snub May Come Back to Bite Massachusetts » Somerville Patch Donald Trump's ascent to president-elect has put Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker in an unprecedented pickle.…

Baker 'Eager' To Work With Trump, Hopes President-Elect Can Unite Nation » CBS Boston Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker didn't vote for Donald Trump, but he said Wednesday he's “eager” to work with the president-elect.…

Charlie Baker's full statement on Question 2 defeat » Boston Globe Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker Tuesday night issued the following statement about the defeat of Question 2, which would have lifted the state's cap on charter schools.…

Rep. Seth Moulton says he voted yes on Question 2 to force Gov. Baker, state legislators into action » Boston.com Rep. Seth Moulton, a Democrat unafraid to publicly depart from the party line, says he voted yes on a Massachusetts ballot measure to left the state cap on charter schools.…

Keenan claims win in Norfolk & Plymouth Senate district » Patriot Ledger

State Rep. Cantwell wins re-election » Patriot Ledger

11 Mass. communities adopt CPA, five reject it » State House News Service

Boston rally against Trump planned for Wednesday night on the Boston Common » Boston.com

How prominent Massachusetts figures are responding to Trump's win » Boston.com

Plymouth Rep. Matt Muratore re-elected in close race » The Enterprise

State Government

Mass. voters reject charter expansion, OK pot legalization » Berkshire Eagle Voters have rejected a ballot measure that would have expanded the number of charter schools in Massachusetts by up to a dozen a year. Proponents had expressed disappointment earlier Tuesday evening.…

Rep. Harrington wins apparent re-election » Sentinel & Enterprise With three of seven towns reporting results just after midnight, it appears that Sheila C. Harrington, R-Groton, won a third term as state representative from the 1st Middlesex District, beating back…

Fight or cooperate? Mass. sizes up Trump, GOP-controlled Congress » State House News Service

Gov. Charlie Baker dismisses fears of retaliation by president-elect Donald Trump » The Republican

Utilities

Eversource winter price to drop 8% » Commonwealth Magazine EVERSOURCE ENERGY said its customers will pay about 8 percent less this winter for electricity, suggesting that constraints on natural gas supplies coming into the region won't have a major impact on …

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Recipe of the Week

Beanpot Onions

Yankee Magazine

Makes 6 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1/4 pound salt pork, rinsed of excess surface salt and patted dry
  • 1 1/4 pounds creamer or pearl onions, peeled
  • 1–2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus more to taste
  • 1/4 cup firmly packed light-brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons molasses
  • 1 teaspoon dry mustard powder
  • 3–4 cups warm pork or chicken stock
  • 1 tablespoon sherry vinegar
  • Garnishes: freshly grated horseradish and chopped chives

Directions

Preheat your oven to 300° and set a rack to the middle position.

Cut the salt pork into 1-inch squares; then add half to a medium-size Dutch oven over medium heat. Cook until the fat begins to render but doesn’t brown, about 5 minutes. Increase the heat to high, add the onions, and sear on one side until golden brown, another 5 minutes; season with 1 teaspoon salt and the pepper. Add the brown sugar, molasses, and mustard with enough warm stock to cover (start with 3 cups and work up as needed). Add the remaining salt pork. Pour the contents into a beanpot (or keep it in the Dutch oven); cover and bake 2 hours.

Use a slotted spoon to transfer the onions from the pot to a serving bowl. Reduce the liquid over medium-high heat until thickened. Add the vinegar, and season to taste with additional salt and pepper as needed. Pour the sauce over the onions and garnish with horseradish and chives. 


Press Releases

What's on State Ballots This November » National Federation of Independent Business

Senator Ross Announces Legislative Passage of FY18 Supplemental Budget » Sen. Richard Ross

NATURAL GAS AND INDUSTRY INNOVATION CONTINUES TO HELP DRIVE US GHG EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS » Mass. Petroleum Council

SMART, SCIENCE-BASED STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS CONTINUE TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND REDUCE EMISSIONS » Mass. Petroleum Council

Massachusetts Small Business Scorecard: October 2018 » National Federation of Independent Business

How Small Businesses Can Sell Products on Amazon » National Federation of Independent Business

Governor Baker Nominates Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Shelby M. Smith to the District Court » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Baker-Polito Administration, MEMA, Local Officials and Columbia Gas Remind Impacted Customers of Available Housing Options and Provide Home Safety Tips » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

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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