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Today on Beacon Hill

9:30am ACLU Massachusetts Lobby Day 2017, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

1:00pm Joint Committee on Election Laws, Public Hearing

5:00pm Department of Public Health Hearing, 250 Washington Street, Boston

5:30pm Fundraiser and Announcement for Haverhill City Council Candidate Joe Bevilacqua

6:00pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate with Michele McPhee

6:30pm Jamaica Plain for Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley Fundraiser

7:00pm Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Mark Mezzina

Must-Reads

Walsh, Jackson proceed to general mayoral election in Boston » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh will take on City Councilor Tito Jackson in this fall's marquee municipal contest after Tuesday's preliminary elections set up a lopsided face-off in a city that has not ejected …

The MBTA Spent $500,000 Last Year to Recruit Employees » Boston Magazine The MBTA shelled out nearly $500,000 last year just to find people who want to work there.…

AG Healey backs bill aimed at guarding against data breaches » Tewksbury Town Crier The bill is aimed at protecting consumers by eliminating fees and establishing a one-stop shop for placing credit freezes, mandating encryption of personal information in credit reports, and requiring…

Sessions: Senate shouldn't have punished Warren over letter she 'persisted' in reading » Politico Attorney General Jeff Sessions indicated Tuesday that his colleagues were wrong to punish Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for seeking to read a historical letter sharply criticizing him during Senate …

Worcester will submit its own bid for Amazon megaproject » Worcester Telegram The city is doubling down on its efforts to get Amazon to build a second headquarters here.…

After Alabama, GOP anti-establishment wing declares all-out war in 2018 » Washington Post The stunning defeat of President Trump's chosen Senate candidate in Alabama on Tuesday amounted to a political lightning strike — setting the stage for a worsening Republican civil war that cou…

Spicer, Stefanini prevail in Framingham mayor's race » Milford Daily News Mayoral candidate Yvonne Spicer made a powerful showing in Tuesday's preliminary election, winning more than half the vote, and topping a veteran of local politics.…

Forget The Mayor's Race, Women Of Color Are Remaking Boston Politics » WGBH Lydia Edwards is the newest rising star in Boston politics, after a surprisingly strong second-place showing in Tuesday's preliminary election put her in likely position to win a district city council…

“We told you from the beginning of this campaign on Jan. 12 that the cavalry was not coming,’’ Jackson said. “All of the people we needed to save us are in this room right now. We don’t need corporations to save us, and what was proven today is that people won over power.”

City Councilor Tito Jackson

Speaking at his campaign celebration after last night's election.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Trump will be selling old Republican idea: 'trickle-down' job growth » Boston Globe Before his recent turn to politics, President Trump made his name selling things: Real estate. Steaks. Dreams of sudden, easy riches at the craps table. Himself.…

US Rep. Richard Neal touts House's support for bill creating Basketball Hall of Fame commemorative coin » Mass Live U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, lauded House lawmakers this week for backing legislation that would create a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame commemorative coin in honor of the sport's…

Trump defies GOP over tax cuts for the rich » Politico President Donald Trump — eager to work with Democrats on tax reform — upended Republican leaders' plans to cut taxes for the rich just as the party is set to unveil its much-awaited tax …

Roy Moore Wins Alabama GOP Senate Primary, A Blow To Trump And McConnell » WBUR Conservative firebrand Roy Moore rolled to an easy win in the Alabama GOP Senate primary runoff, defeating appointed Sen. Luther Strange, the preferred candidate of both President Trump and Senate Maj…

Business

No accord on the fate of Rafael's permits » Gloucester Times Carlos Rafael may be going away to prison in November, but the problems he's created for federal fishery managers are sure to last well beyond the slamming of his cell door.…

Weymouth's Union Point primed for Amazon bid » Boston Herald Owners of the former U.S. Naval Air Station in Weymouth — backed by U.S. Rep. Stephen F. Lynch — are pushing it as an ideal home for Amazon's second headquarters, saying they have long …

Amazon in Lawrence? New Bedford? Worcester? Why not? » Boston Globe Standing in the parking lot of a shuttered Showcase Cinema theater, one would need an active imagination to think Jeff Bezos would pick this site to build a sprawling new headquarters for Amazon.…

New England Collectors Ask State Lawmakers to Reject Bill that Would Harm Consumers » ACA International The New England Collectors Association testified against legislation that would shorten the statute of limitations in Massachusetts during a hearing before the state's Joint Committee on Financial Ser…

Product repair battle surfaces in tech-rich Massachusetts » Lowell Sun Like auto mechanics a few years ago, technicians who fix everything from iPhones to MRI scanners are feeling squeezed by equipment manufacturers and they want state lawmakers to help them out.…

The state's trying to lure Amazon to Mass. But it's also taking the company to court » Boston Globe Even as state officials work on their pitch to Amazon to make Massachusetts its second home, they're also taking the e-commerce giant to court.…

Latest data breach creating stir around consumer credit bill » State House News Service Massachusetts lawmakers appear to have found the impetus for major consumer credit protection legislation - the latest in a wave of data breaches affecting tens of millions of Americans.…

To Woo Amazon's New Headquarters, Nothing Is Too Strange » Governing Business leaders in Tucson have tried to mail Amazon's chief executive, Jeff Bezos, a 21-foot cactus. …

Marty Walsh snipes at Worcester HQ push » Boston Herald The regional rivalry to land the Amazon headquarters project is underway, with Boston's Mayor Martin J. Walsh yesterday sniping at fellow Democrat and gubernatorial candidate Setti Warren, the mayor o…

New England fishing council frozen until NOAA, judge done with Rafael » Undercurrent News

How much should Boston want Amazon's new HQ? » Bay State Banner

State rep calls Equifax verification page “baloney” » WWLP 22

Senate prez suggests Mass. Amazon bid should feature satellite offices » Boston Herald

Education

School board chair defends $500,000 ballot question donation » The Associated Press (AP) Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Chairman Paul Sagan is defending his decision not to reveal a $500,000 donation he gave to a New York-based group pushing last year's charter school ballot …

Worcester school enrollment is projected to be steady but could still squeeze budget » Worcester Telegram The district's early projections show student enrollment this year will likely hold steady since last fall's official count.…

Easthampton seeks committee volunteers to help transform school culture and climate » The Republican Volunteers are sought for a stakeholder advisory group to help monitor and guide a transformation of "culture and climate" within the Easthampton Public School District.…

Easthampton School Committee chair: No need to 'rehash' AG's report on racial bias » Mass Live Members of the School Committee will not have a formal discussion of the results of a months-long civil rights investigation into Easthampton High School by the office of Attorney General Maura Healey…

Environment

High priority on biosecurity at Hubbardston chicken farm » Worcester Telegram Biosecurity at the Country Hen was heightened – set at level Orange - Tuesday morning during a tour of the certified organic farm where chickens are cage-free and the operation high-tech to all…

Animal regulations growing in Westport » Herald News Should a long-established commercial farmer have to register his or her livestock under a prospective town animal site registry? Would a landowner with just a few chickens have to do the same?…

Gaming

Massachusetts Gaming Regulators Seek To Secure Racing's Survival » Gambling Compliance The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) has thrown its support behind legislation that would give the regulator the power to divert casino tax money to support a proposed $150m equine park and racet…

Northampton seeks $100,000 in casino mitigation funds » Gazette Net On Thursday, the city of Northampton will try to get $100,000 from the commonwealth to offset the economic impact of the MGM Springfield casino on the city.…

Health Care

BU might be closer to diagnosing CTE during life » Boston Globe Boston University researchers have moved closer to identifying a way to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in the living — a step forward in learning about the incurable brain d…

Mass. Lawmakers Hear Emotional Appeals On Medical Aid In Dying Bill » WBUR When the time comes, Michael Martignetti isn't sure whether he'll ask his doctor for medication to end his life peacefully. But he wants that option to be there.…

Housing

Day Testifies In Support Of Providing Affordable Housing For Disabled Veterans » Framingham Patch State Representative Michael S. Day recently testified before the Joint Committee on Housing in support of his bipartisan bill H.3008, An Act relative to low-income housing eligibility for disabled Ve…

Bill aims to ensure mortgage transfers are recorded » State House News Service The chain of custody in mortgages can often be difficult to follow, leading to confusion and stress for homeowners. Registers of deeds and a lawmaker on Tuesday pitched the Judiciary Committee on requ…

Immigration

Lawmakers: Extend refugee protections » Lowell Sun

Judiciary

Council approves Fall River attorney for judgeship » South Coast Today

Labor

Foreign worker shortages extend into shoulder season » Boston Globe It's shoulder season in New England. The weather is pleasant (when hurricanes aren't blowing by), and the summertime crowds are gone, but there's still a steady stream of visitors sipping wine on outd…

Legislative

State lawmaker waiting for word on family in Puerto Rico » Boston Herald A top Massachusetts lawmaker said Monday he was still waiting for word on the fate of relatives in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated the island last week. "The apocalypse hit Puerto Rico an…

Local Government

Weymouth to install LED street lights » Wicked Local Weymouth Weymouth expects to save approximately $250,000 in yearly energy costs by installing light-emitting diode or LED lighting …

Pittsfield City Council approves $1 million in economic development funds for Berkshire Innovation Center » The Berkshire Eagle Councilors unanimously approved a motion on Tuesday to allocate $1 million from the Pittsfield Economic Development Fund to help close the funding gap for the stalled Berkshire Innovation Center.…

Pittsfield Allocates $1 Million Toward BIC Construction » iBerkshires The city is putting forth $1 million from the GE Economic Development Fund to jump start the stalled construction of the Berkshire Innovation Center.…

Kingston Selectman hopeful of state dredging funds » Wicked Local Kingston Acting Selectmen Chairman Elaine Fiore said Tuesday night that small coastal towns like Kingston could benefit from more money for coastal dredging projects based on a recent meeting with Massachusett…

Q&A with Pat Payaso, the clown candidate running for Boston City Council » Metro Pat Payaso, a candidate for an at-large Boston City Council seat, talked with Metro about the political views behind the clown mask.…

Letter: Topsfield Fair should stop elephant rides » Wicked Local Middleton A month ago, I sent a letter with the signatures of 265 local residents to the Essex Agricultural Society Executive Board asking them to discontinue allowing elephant rides at the Topsfield Fair. Last…

In wake of NFL 'monkey' comments, Brockton official taking the hits » The Enterprise The Brockton Junior Boxers called on Stephen Pina to resign from his role as coach after making an incendiary comment about the New England Patriots players who knelt during the national anthem on Sun…

It'll Be Walsh Against Challenger Jackson For Boston Mayor » WBUR It will be Mayor Marty Walsh facing off against City Councilor Tito Jackson in November.…

What Are Cities Spending Big On? Increasingly, It's Debt. » Governing When citizens think about where local taxpayer money goes, they often assume it pays for things like public safety, snow removal and trash collection -- routine operating expenses that come with runni…

Push on for 'zero-energy' bylaw, one of 4 petitions for Amherst TM » Gazette Net Anticipating a slew of new and renovated buildings, including an expanded Jones Library and relocated Department of Public Works headquarters, members of a local climate action group are pushing for a…

Weymouth Mayor hopes new zoning will spur redevelopment » Patriot Ledger Through changes to the zoning regulations, Mayor Robert Hedlund said the town could replace some of the less-desirable sites – like the Arbor Inn on Bridge Street and Boston Motel on Washington…

Majority of Newton City Council proposes alternative downsizing plan » Wicked Local There's now more than one way to reduce the size of Newton's 24-member City Council. The Charter Commission's proposal — almost two years in the making and which would cut the council's size in…

Marijuana

Cannabis commission, advisory board to step up meetings » State House News Service As it embarks to stand up a legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts, the Cannabis Control Commission hopes to build momentum by holding regular weekly meetings and a series of listening sessions acr…

With Clock Ticking, Cannabis Control Commission Seeks Public Input On Marijuana Regs » WBUR With just nine months before recreational, or adult-use, marijuana is set to go on sale in Massachusetts, the state's new Cannabis Control Commission has set an aggressive schedule to hear from the pu…

Cannabis Control Commission sets Pittsfield listening session Oct. 13 » The Berkshire Eagle

Opinion

Editorial: No spending slowdown » Boston Herald Two weeks after voting to reverse $275 million in budget vetoes issued by Gov. Charlie Baker, the House appears primed for another round.…

Where is the urgency in Puerto Rico response? » Boston Globe It's been a week since hurricane Maria walloped Puerto Rico, the strongest storm to make landfall on the island in nearly 90 years. Also historic: the lack of urgency in the federal response to the ca…

Why aren't we talking about racism? » Boston Globe Wait, they told Martin Luther King Jr. Eight white Southern religious leaders asked the young minister not to lead civil rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Ala. …

Massachusetts Legislature must pass automatic voter registration » The Daily Collegian Politics have always permeated everyday life, but beginning with the presidential campaign of 2015-2016, this influence has become more apparent in the media.…

Let's stop taking the national anthem out to the ballgame » Boston Globe They don't sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” when the president delivers his State of the Union message, or when Congress convenes, or when Supreme Court justices assemble for oral arguments…

Our view: One transportation study that's really needed » Gloucester Times The MBTA has a new general manager, Luis Ramirez, and with his arrival comes a honeymoon period for promises about improving service on the rails and buses, holding down costs and looking forward.…

Letter: A better museum for the Berkshires » The Berkshire Eagle Kudos to state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier for her outspoken public support (Eagle, Sept. 23) of the Berkshire Museum's planned sale of valuable art holdings and her call for a halt of "personal attack…

US Labor Department committed to protecting workers, upholding fairness » Boston Globe In its editorial “As Trump retreats, Mass. steps up” (Sept. 14), the Globe recognizes a number of laudable worker protection initiatives Attorney General Maura Healey has implemented. But …

Kalter: GOP's latest Obamacare repeal DOA, but they'll try again » Boston Herald The latest GOP health care bill faced a crushing defeat as a vote on the measure was called off, but the war Republicans have waged against Obamacare is far from over, analysts say.…

Our view: Credit bureaus shouldn't need a mandate to drop fees » Gloucester Times

Politics

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to face challenger Tito Jackson in Nov. 7 general election » The Republican Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will face off against Tito Jackson, a city councilor and ex-aide to former Gov. Deval Patrick, in the Nov. 7 general election.…

Finalists picked in four district City Council races » Boston Globe Edward M. Flynn, son of a longtime Boston mayor, posted a solid victory Tuesday night in a City Council district that includes South Boston, Chinatown, the South End, and Bay Village.…

Rivera, Lantigua win the preliminary, setting up a rematch in November » The Eagle Tribune Mayor Daniel Rivera and former mayor William Lantigua captured first and second place by wide margins in Tuesday's preliminary election, burying the six other candidates in the race and setting up a r…

Garry Bill Targets Falsities In Political Ads » Boston University News Service A bill filed by state Rep. Colleen Garry would effectively make it illegal for a political advertisement to include any false information, will appear before a legislative committee this week, though …

Das launches run for Tsongas' 3rd District seat » Lowell Sun t's time for a new and refreshing approach to Congress, and Abhijit "Beej" Das hopes to bring just that as U.S. representative for the 3rd District.…

Three Tsongas seat hopefuls have roots, but not residency » Boston Herald The race for U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas' congressional seat is quickly drawing candidates who claim roots in the district but actually don't live within its boundaries, underscoring the allure of an open …

Facebook becomes the issue in Attleboro City Council race » The Sun Chronicle City Councilor Kate Jackson got quite the surprise when her niece alerted her to a posting on Facebook about her re-election campaign.…

Boston cops called on campaigning clown » Boston Herald The sight of a clown driving a souped-up Dodge Viper outside a polling location prompted worried parents to call the cops, police said.…

Baker supporting Attleboro Republican in Senate race » State House News Service

Gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez speaks at Medford Senior Center » Wicked Local Medford

Public Health

Mass. lawmakers hear testimony about assisted suicide bills » Worcester Telegram Dr. William Lawton has Stage 4 pancreatic cancer with three months to live. He experiences intense bouts of pain that keep him up at night and went to the doctor looking for options to manage his term…

Mass. Medical Society opposes 'death with dignity' bills » Mass Live The Massachusetts Medical Society has reaffirmed its long-standing opposition to doctor-assisted suicide as the state Legislature's Public Health Committee holds a hearing on proposed legislation that…

Voices Against Violence offers many thanks » The Metro West Daily News On Saturday morning, Sept. 23, Voices Against Violence, the rape crisis and domestic violence agency serving 13 communities throughout the MetroWest region, held its 6th annual Purple Passion 5K Run/4…

Emotions run high on physician-assisted death bill » Sentinel & Enterprise BOSTON -- It's a deeply personal and sensitive subject that's divided lawmakers on both sides of the aisle: should a terminally ill patient have the option to end his life medically? Once again, the i…

'Death With Dignity' or Pressuring the Ill To Die? Physician-Assisted Suicide Bill Clash on Beacon Hill » New Boston Post BOSTON — The last time he traveled to Beacon Hill to testify against physician-assisted suicide legislation, Dr. William Lawton spoke as a physician.…

Aid-in-dying bill testimony: Framingham rep Walsh says he would want choice » Wicked Local Ashland BOSTON — A specialist in kidney diseases who opposes efforts to legalize medical aid in dying, Dr. William Lawton has cared for patients facing end of life decisions for 50 years, he told lawma…

Powerful Synthetic Opioid Found In A Dozen Samples In Mass. This Year » WBUR Powerful Synthetic Opioid Found In A Dozen Samples In Mass. This Year…

Right-to-die bill draws passionate arguments » Boston Herald It was standing room only at yesterday's Beacon Hill hearing on a right-to-die bill that had opponents warning against sanitizing what the legislation is asking lawmakers to approve.…

Public Safety

Hundreds of sex offenders disappear from public view » WCVB Missteps at the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board could be putting the public at risk as hundreds of sex offenders have slipped under the radar, unregistered or unclassified, 5 Investigates ha…

Updates to Massachusetts Cybersecurity Laws » JDSupra Coming on the heels of several high profile data breaches, lawmakers in the Bay State have turned their attention to evaluating and improving cybersecurity across the Commonwealth. …

Equifax Breach Seen As Opening For New Consumer Protections » Banker & Tradesman Attorney General Maura Healey on Monday threw her support behind a bill she said made so much sense, people might have assumed it was already law. The bill, a suite of consumer data protections and me…

Haverhill seeks help to fight gangs » The Eagle Tribune Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, has been very generous to causes in greater Boston since leaving City Hall in 2013.…

East Boston residents say crosswalks are a critical safety issue » My Fox Boston

State Government

MA state lawmakers write letter to governor requesting help for Puerto Rico » Western Mass News State lawmakers are continuing to fight for help for Puerto Rico. State Representative Carlos Gonzalez wrote a letter to the governor asking for help on the growing humanitarian crisis.…

How Much Debt Can a Government Handle? » Governing Debt financing is a powerful tool for state and local governments, which often rely on borrowed funds to build or repair vital infrastructure. The need for these projects is beyond dispute: The Americ…

Taxation

Revenue Committee considers bill to create sales tax holiday in 2017 » WWLP 22 The state's Revenue Committee held a public hearing Tuesday on several bills dealing with tax policy, including a bill by Governor Baker to establish a sales tax holiday in 2017.…

Transportation

Study finds improving rail service is top transit priority for Western Mass. residents » The Republican Ask a Massachusetts resident how to get across the state and the answer, in many cases, is "You can't get there from here." At least not easily, and not using public transportation.…

MA: Study Suggests MBTA Float Ferry Service Expansion » Mass Transit The MBTA should seriously weigh expanding its ferry service, where capital costs are low and service is the most reliable on the T system, according to a new report obtained by the Herald.…

Report shows public dissatisfied with state's transportation » The Salem News Frustrated by the condition of public transportation infrastructure around the state, residents from Boston to the Berkshires who were engaged by state senators expressed interest in expanded rail and…

Mass. residents — statewide — say they'd pay for better transit » Boston Globe Frustrated by the condition of public transportation infrastructure around the state, residents from Boston to the Berkshires who were engaged by state senators expressed interest in expanded rail and…

Baker to form commission to conduct transportation review » Gloucester Times

Is more money needed to fix Massachusetts transportation? » The Republican

Utilities

Effort To Close Broadband Connectivity Gap Is On-Going In Western Mass. » WAMC

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Hinds, Tourism Committee See Outdoor Recreation As New Direction In Berkshires » WAMC

Mayor Walsh slaps at Setti Warren over Amazon bid » Boston Herald

AG Maura Healey sues JD Byrider 'Buy Here Pay Here' car dealerships » MassLive

Sen. Jamie Eldridge receives Distinguished Service Award » Wicked Local Littleton

State takes Amazon to court over refusal to share business records » Boston Business Journal

Most Americans support legalizing pro sports betting, poll shows » State House News Service

Obamacare repeal: Berkshire residents oppose 'cruel attempt to take us backwards' » the Berkshire edge

Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce celebrates school shop » Wicked Local Georgetown

Massachusetts' Dangerous Waiver Program: A Poor Response to Nation's Crumbling Health Care System » Forbes

State ed board chair declares donations "will not be a distraction" » State House News Service

Hoffman: Public interviews may narrow field for state cannabis director » State House News Service

Bus safety bill on back burner for now as more comprehensive legislation sought » The Recorder

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Recipe of the Week

Makes 4 Servings

Ingredients

CHUTNEY

2 tablespoons butter

3 shallots, finely chopped

1 pound cherries, stemmed and pitted

⅓ cup sugar

¼ cup apple cider vinegar

Salt, to taste

1. In a saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter. Add the shallots and cook, stirring often, for 5 minutes. Add the cherries and cook, stirring often, for 5 minutes, or until they begin to soften and release some juices.

2. Add sugar, vinegar, and salt. Bring to a boil, lower the heat, and simmer, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes, or until the liquid thickens and cherries are soft. Taste for seasoning and add more sugar, vinegar, or salt, if you like.

THIGHS

8 chicken thighs
Olive oil (for sprinkling)
Salt and pepper, to taste

1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley (for garnish)

1. Light a charcoal grill or turn a gas grill to medium-high.

2. Sprinkle the chicken all over with olive oil, salt, and pepper.

3. When the grill is hot, set the chicken on the grill skin side down. Cook 5 minutes. Turn and cook 8 to 10 minutes more, or until a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the thigh (not on the bone), registers 165 degrees. Remove from grill and rest for 5 minutes. Sprinkle with parsley. 


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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