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10:00am 21 Reasons to Pass Tobacco 21, Nurses Hall, State House

10:00am Mass. School Building Authority Board Meeting, 40 Broad Street, 5th Floor, Boston

10:00am Joint Committee on State Administration & Regulatory Oversight, Public Hearing

11:00am Rep. Geoff Diehl Press Conference, Elephant and Castle, 161 Devonshire Street, Boston

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

12:00pm China Day Reception, Great Hall, State House

1:00pm 2017 Paul Kahn Awards for PCA Service and PCA Awareness Day, Grand Staircase, State House

2:00pm Joint Committee on Veterans & Federal Affairs, Public Hearing

5:30pm Re-Election Campaign Kickoff for Rep. Tim Whelan

6:00pm Worcester Councilor at-Large Candidate Forum, Worcester Youth Center, 326 Chandler Street, Worcester

6:30pm Sen. Sal DiDomenico's Annual Fall Fundraiser

7:00pm Octoberfest Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate

7:00pm Lynn Mayoral Candidates Debate, Kipp Academy, 80 High Rock Street, Lynn

Must-Reads

Springfield's ed zone shows the way forward » Boston Globe Earlier this month, John Carney , the Democratic governor of Delaware, was in Springfield with Charlie Baker, this state's Republican governor. …

Scott Brown: US ambassador to New Zealand investigated over inappropriate comments » The Guardian The US ambassador to New Zealand Scott Brown has admitted he has been investigated over allegations he made inappropriate comments on his inaugural trip to Samoa, of which he is also the US representa…

Enough » The Washington Post As I contemplate the Trump presidency, I cannot help but think of Joseph Welch. …

Amendments could enlarge omnibus Senate justice bill » State House News Service Senators have proposed 162 amendments to an omnibus criminal justice reform bill (S 2185) scheduled for floor debate on Thursday.…

Safety chief suggests changes to track down unregistered sex offenders » State House News Service In response to a critical audit, the state's top public safety official on Tuesday outlined changes that could be made at the agency tasked with monitoring sex offenders, including the fingerprinting …

'We are getting left behind:' East-West rail supporters urge state's transportation committee to back study » The Republican Dozens of Western Mass. supporters of Sen. Eric Lesser's proposal to study Springfield to Boston rail service attended and testified at a State House Transportation Committee Tuesday, urging the commi…

Walsh has earned a second term » Boston Herald A little more than four years ago this editorial page looked at the array of mayoral candidates and concluded that just about anyone but Marty Walsh would do. Knowing him largely in his role as a loca…

“At the most fundamental level, what is needed at SORB is a change of culture and mindset, from one that is passive — just managing and processing information that comes to them — to one that is active, in which they seek out information about those who are out of compliance, innovate to overcome the challenges that they face, and take advantage of the tools and resources at their disposal to ensure that they are meeting their mission,” Bump said.

State Auditor Suzanne Bump

Speaking about how the Sex Offender Registry Board needs to make improvements to its system.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Rift between Trump, establishment Republicans is now in full view » Boston Globe President Donald Trump lashed out at two Republican senators after the pair sounded an alarm Tuesday about President Trump's fitness for office and warned that his actions were degrading and dangerous…

Advocates: Elizabeth Warren's story is 'universal' » Boston Herald U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren shouldn't be condemned, women's rights advocates say, for having the courage to share the memory of being chased around a desk decades ago by a law school professor hellbent…

Business

Baker-Polito administration awards $343,000 for 'collaborative workspaces' in Western Massachusetts » The Republican The Baker-Polito administration on Tuesday granted a total of $343,845 to seven organizations in Western Massachusetts to strengthen community-based innovation and entrepreneurship.…

Ludlow Mills project scores $3.5 million MassWorks grant for construction of 'Riverside Drive' » The Republican Rep. Thomas M. Petrolati, D-Ludlow, was joined by state Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash at Ludlow Mills on Tuesday to announce a $3.5 million state grant for ongoing redevelopment a…

Is Boston headed for a bike-business border battle? » Boston Globe A new generation of companies providing on-the-spot bicycles has infiltrated Greater Boston, and they have a crucial distinction from the popular Hubway system used in the area: They do not rely on fi…

Key downtown Worcester parcel ready for market » telegram.com With upscale hotel rooms and high-end apartments envisioned downtown for more than a decade opening soon, the developer of CitySquare is poised to hire one of the world's largest real estate firms to …

GE down billions more in market value after blue Monday » Boston Business Journal General Electric Co.'s stock was down 2.5 percent in trading through mid-day Tuesday, a day after it saw the biggest decline since August 2011 on continued concerns about its future earnings and a pos…

Berkshire Museum chief Van Shields on medical leave through 2017 » State House News Service Daily operations of the Berkshire Museum will shift to new hands next week, when its executive director starts a medical leave.…

Civil Rights

Former Berkshire County resident sues Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for $50 million » State House News Service A former North Adams man is suing Boston Mayor Marty Walsh for $50 million, claiming he falsely associated him with hate groups during last August's Boston Free Speech Rally.…

Organizer of Common 'free speech' rally sues Mayor Marty Walsh for slander » Boston Globe An organizer of August's controversial Boston Free Speech Rally is suing Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh for slander, saying the mayor repeatedly mischaracterized the event's speakers as “white sup…

Rally organizer sues Marty Walsh for $100M » Boston Herald An organizer of a recent Free Speech Rally in Boston has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Mayor Martin J. Walsh after he says Walsh purposefully defamed the group as neo-Nazis, which led to him be…

Boston officials violated First Amendment rights at 'Free Speech' rally in August, ACLU and media groups say in letter » The Republican Officials with the city of Boston violated the First Amendment rights of reporters at the Aug. 19 'Free Speech' rally, the Massachusetts ACLU and media organizations said in a letter to Mayor Marty Wa…

Inside the Secret Lives of Massachusetts Gun Owners » Boston Magazine A hint of cigar smoke lingers in the air as I walk past a bank of sleek leather armchairs in the main clubhouse. Beneath a pair of high-end TVs lies a gleaming new shuffleboard table, while down the h…

Crimes

Our view: Military surplus for local police demands transparency » The Salem News Local police need body armor, properly functioning firearms, safe vehicles and quality training. They need modern radio equipment, up-to-date computers and good leadership.…

Education

Landslide victory for Cape Tech project » Cape Cod Times Voters in 12 Cape towns on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved building a new $128 million Cape Cod Regional Technical High School during a special districtwide election.…

Easthampton Superintendent Nancy Follansbee announces retirement » The Republican After a quarter-century with the Easthampton Public School District, Superintendent Nancy Follansbee has announced her retirement.…

Cape Tech Wins Big » The Cape Cod Chronicle By a more than three-to-one margin, voters Tuesday gave Cape Cod Tech the green light for a $128 million new high school building.…

Environment

Chatham Officials Lobby Feds in Washington Over Monomoy Dispute » Cape Cod Online Chatham town officials returned to Washington last week to lobby federal officials once again over the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge boundary dispute.…

Greenway Conservancy Receives $1.4 Million Gift from The Lynch Foundation to Fund North End Gardens & Park Improvements » North End Waterfront The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy today announced a $1.4 million grant from The Lynch Foundation. In recognition of this support, a completely renovated garden space will honor Carolyn Lynch, an a…

APCC Backs Bills to Curb Pesticide Usage » Cape Cod Online The Association to Preserve Cape Cod is coming out in support of state legislation which would give local governments increased control over pesticide usage within their community's boarders.…

Health Care

Kalter: Feds reject state's bid to contain health costs » Boston Herald The feds rejected a bid this week from Gov. Charlie Baker to help deal with skyrocketing health insurance rates, and eyes will now turn to Congress for a potential vote on legislation that would offse…

Mammograms are awkward and uncomfortable — and now could be less painful » Boston Globe The experience of getting a mammogram is familiar to millions of women: the awkward positioning, the painful sensation of being squeezed, the anxiety over what the test will reveal.…

Nurses using their experience to develop products » Boston Globe Maggie McLaughlin's path from nurse to entrepreneur started last year when an IV tube became unhooked from an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit at Tufts Medical Center, where she works, causi…

Hospital pricing causes disputed in Senate health bill » Worcester Business Journal Plans to tackle hospital pricing are emerging as a flashpoint in the Senate's health care reform bill, with the head of Massachusetts General Hospital decrying an unfair attack while community hospita…

Judiciary

Massachusetts lawmakers consider drunken driving bills » The Republican Massachusetts lawmakers are again considering a bill to increase the use of ignition interlock devices, which prevent someone from driving drunk.…

Victims' of drunk driving question lack of progress on ignition interlock bill » WWLP 22 Last year in Massachusetts, 119 people were killed in crashes involving a drunk driver, according to AAA Northeast. Crash survivors, families of the deceased, law enforcement officers and lawmakers no…

Criminal justice bill amendment takes aim at teacher-student sex » The Enterprise The proposed amendment would change the age of consent for students in an educational setting to 18 or 19 years old, making inappropriate relationships like the one alleged to have been going on betwe…

Legislative

Speaker Robert DeLeo counting on Gov. Charlie Baker to release UMass funds » The Republican House Speaker Robert DeLeo prodded the Baker administration on Tuesday to make use of $2 million for a program intended to help manufacturing companies take advantage of researchers and lab space at U…

Associated Industries of Massachusetts honors Sen. Joan Lovely » Wicked Local Danvers The Associated Industries of Massachusetts recently announced that Sen. Joan B. Lovely, D-Salem, has received their Next Century Award. These regional events celebrate economic achievement and honor t…

Senators step up their appeal to millennials » State House News Service

Local Government

A new city goal: Boost credit scores of 25,000 Bostonians » Boston Globe Bad credit can wreak havoc on a person's life. Landlords and employers who run credit checks may pass over someone with a low score. …

Longtime Marshfield resident poised to take town administrator job » Patriot Ledger Getting the budget in order, increasing the town's bond rating and improving morale at Town Hall are what Michael Maresco, Marshfield's next town administrator, says he will focus on in his first year…

Provincetown summit explores power of culture » Cape Cod Times Culture has the power to affect an economy: Consider how much of a driving force culture has been in extending the Cape and Islands “season” beyond the summer, state Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Tru…

Cariddi Leaves More Largesse to North Adams Library » iBerkshires The City Council on Tuesday accepted an unknown amount of money left by late state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi for the North Adams Public Library. Cariddi, who died at age 63 in June, named the library a…

Fitchburg accepts $250G grant toward high-speed internet » Sentinel & Enterprise For years, change has come almost as slowly as the network speeds business owners are seeking to improve, but the wait for high-speed internet won't be much longer, according to city officials. …

Clerk: No early voting for Framingham city election » The Metro West Daily News Town Clerk Valerie Mulvey reminded residents Tuesday that there will be no early voting ahead of the Nov. 7 city election.…

Polito backs downtown Attleboro plans » The Sun Chronicle Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito met informally with Mayor Kevin Dumas and other state and city officials Tuesday to get a look at the next phase of the city's "Emerald Necklace" plan.…

Simolaris' Billerica petition forces special election » Lowell Sun Town Clerk Shirley Schult confirmed Monday that Selectman George Simolaris "has more than enough" certified signatures to trigger a special election to consider overturning a recently approved Town Me…

Marijuana

State to move forward with new medical marijuana rules » Boston Globe After a yearlong delay, Governor Charlie Baker's administration said Tuesday it will move forward with a series of improvements to the state's medical marijuana program, drawing praise from dispensari…

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Practice of profiteering off opiate addiction crisis must end » Taunton Daily Gazette On March 14, 2014, a Milton physician pleaded guilty to illegally collecting fees from Medicaid recipients for prescribing medications used to treat addiction. He was sentenced to six months of home c…

Editorial: Backwards budgeting » Boston Herald For three years running Beacon Hill has finished the fiscal year in the red, thanks to revenue projections that were too optimistic, the underfunding of some accounts — and a general refusal by…

On JFK archives, let the sun shine in » Boston Globe On Thursday, a promissory note from a turbulent moment in the nation's history comes due: That's the deadline for releasing the remaining classified documents about the investigation of John F. Kenned…

At UMass Amherst, a buffet fit for a campus king » Boston Globe Each tender, elegant curl of local lettuce was pristine, fit for a glamour shot in a high-end food magazine.…

EDITORIAL: Re-elect Kim Driscoll as Salem mayor » Wicked Local Salem In the dozen years since local voters first elected Kim Driscoll mayor, Salem's transformed into a vibrant North Shore community in which to do business, work, live and play.…

Our Opinion: Berkshire isolation far from splendid » State House News Service Isolation need not be the price we pay for living on the rural side of the state. And yet when it comes to telecommunication services and transportation we continue to be set apart from the rest  

Our View: Costa, Giesta, Rebeiro and Lima would be ward councilors who see both the small and big issues for New Bedford » South Coast Today The six wards of New Bedford are where voters have their most primal level of political influence. Each ward is different from the next and each one is made up of multiple neighborhoods, some of which…

Carr: Recollections by Liz Warren undergo 'evolution' » Boston Herald When Harvey Weinstein dies, do you think any of his victims — say, Asia Argento or Rose McGowan — are going to show up at his memorial service and tell funny stories about how he assault…

Politics

In Somerville Elections, Bernie Veterans Seek To Outflank 'Mayor Joe' Curtatone » WGBH For the first time in a decade, 14-year incumbent Somerville mayor Joe Curtatone faces a challenger, Teamsters driver Payton Corbett, in the city's November municipal elections.…

Marty Walsh, Tito Jackson debate final time before election » Boston Globe In what is scheduled to be their final public face-off before voters head to the polls in two weeks, Councilor Tito Jackson scolded Mayor Martin J. Walsh Tuesday for what he described as a poor record…

Boston 'wasted a whole year' on 2024 Olympics effort, Mayor Marty Walsh's challenger Tito Jackson says » The Republican Boston "wasted a whole year" pursuing a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics, an effort that later collapsed, according to Tito Jackson, the city councilor challenging Mayor Marty Walsh.…

Charter school campaign donation haunting state education secretary, Baker » The Salem News One of Gov. Charlie Baker's highest profile defeats since taking office almost three years ago came at the hands of voters who last fall rejected a ballot question to expand access to charter schools.…

Is Charlie Baker really more popular in Boston than Elizabeth Warren? » Boston Globe What? Charlie Baker, the embodiment of establishment Republicanism, is more popular among Boston voters than firebrand populist Elizabeth Warren?…

10 things to know about both of Lynn's candidates for mayor » Lynn Daily News Item After eight years in office, we know much about Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy. She's a conservative who backed Donald Trump for president; she opposed the meal tax but backed a tax to pay for two new …

Race, economic inequity dominate forums of 11 candidates for School Committee seats » Cambridge Day The achievement gap and inability of the Cambridge Public School district to provide a quality education to all students weighed heavily on the minds of School Committee candidates and the questioners…

GOP Businessman Announces Campaign to Oust US Sen. Warren » Associated Press (AP) Republican business executive John Kingston is formally announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Elizabeth Warren.…

Jackson Takes Aim At Unyielding Walsh In WGBH Debate » WGBH With two weeks to go before Bostonians head to the polls to determine if Mayor Marty Walsh deserves a second term in City Hall, City Councilor Tito Jackson took aim at the Walsh administration Tuesday…

Jackson Presses A Confident Walsh During Second Boston Mayoral Debate » WGBH City Councilor Tito Jackson, the first black candidate to make it to the Boston mayoral final in 34 years, walked onto to tonight's debate stage substantially behind incumbent mayor Marty Marty Walsh.…

Republican to formally announce challenge to Elizabeth Warren » Boston Globe US Senate candidate John Kingston will officially begin his campaign Wednesday, calling US Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat, the “divider-in-chief” while promising “a different k…

Marty Walsh, Tito Jackson trade shots in final debate » Boston Herald Tito Jackson used the final mayoral debate to step up his attacks on Mayor Martin J. Walsh, raising the specter of top mayoral aides under federal indictment who are still raking in their full salarie…

Guv candidate challenges Peyser on charter campaign » State House News Service One of Gov. Charlie Baker's highest profile defeats since taking office almost three years ago came at the hands of voters who last fall rejected a ballot question to expand access to charter schools.…

Does GOP infighting matter? » Commonwealth Magazine

Public Safety

Bail reforms working in New Jersey, Tennessee, Mass. sheriff says » State House News Service As state senators prepare to take up a bill this week that would overhaul the state's bail system, one Massachusetts sheriff said he's seeing positive signs from other states that have undertaken bail…

Auditor: Sex registry board staff 'passive' » Lowell Sun Top public-safety officials told legislators Tuesday that criticism of the Sex Offender Registry Board in an audit is unfair, because the state's auditor does not understand what the agency does.…

Auditor urges change at Sex Offender Registry Board » Lowell Sun Auditor Suzanne Bump on Tuesday called for a culture change at the Sex Offender Registry Board, after her office found the agency lacked addresses for 1,769 offenders it is tasked with monitoring.…

Missing sex offenders prompt questions » Gloucester Times Public safety officials are defending the work of the state's Sex Offender Registry in response to criticism it has lost track of nearly 1,800 convicted sex offenders.…

'Change of culture and mindset' needed at Sex Offender Registry Board after probe finds no current addresses for 1,769 sex offenders, state auditor says » The Republican Massachusetts Auditor Suzanne Bump on Tuesday criticized the Sex Offender Registry Board for what she described as a culture of passivity in tracking sex offenders, after an audit found the board did …

The state lost track of sex offenders. Now, an official is defending the agency responsible » Boston Globe State Auditor Suzanne Bump called Tuesday for the state's Sex Offender Registry Board to step up its efforts to keep track of the convicted sex offenders who are scattered in communities across the st…

Baker, lawmakers seek to toughen drunken-driving laws » Newburyport News BOSTON – State leaders want to toughen drunken-driving laws to ensure repeat offenders don't get an easy route back to the streets.…

Lawrence police order sundown curfew at parks, public property in response to shootings » Eagle Tribune City police are imposing a strict sundown curfew at all public property and city parks after two shootings Monday which left one man dead and three wounded.…

State Government

Baker joins other officials for grand opening of Westborough's Sikh Temple » Community Advocate Having taken off their shoes, washed their hands, and covered their heads, Gov. Charlie Baker, U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis, State Rep. Hannah Kane (R-Shrews…

Transportation

Baker announces grant for new Quincy road » Wicked Local Quincy Gov. Charlie Baker made the drive down Interstate 93 on Tuesday to announce a $2 million state grant to build a new road in Quincy Center.…

State Sen. Lesser And Allies Implore Mass. Lawmakers To Advance East-West Rail » New England Public Radio Chris Trotta has traveled countless times the roughly 100 miles from his Longmeadow, Massachusetts home to the Boston hospital where his sons received treatment for kidney abnormalities.…

I-Team: RMV Takes Responsibility For Rocky Rollout Of New Inspection Program » CBS Boston In a change of tune, the head of the Registry of Motor Vehicles admitted to state lawmakers on Tuesday that the state agency misfired during the rollout of a new vehicle inspection program.…

Moulton, Mass. business leaders urge bigger study of North South Rail Link » Boston Business Journal David Torchiana, CEO of Partners Healthcare, Robert Beal, former president of Related Beal and John Fish, CEO and chairman of Suffolk Construction Company are among the business leaders who are backin…

Green Line extension back on track; cos. certify build within budget » Boston Herald Two companies have certified that they can design and build the Green Line extension to Somerville within the MBTA's cost limit of $1.3 billion, allowing the long-anticipated project to advance to the…

Advocates of Springfield rail line push proposal in Boston » telegram.com Chris Trotta has traveled countless times the roughly 100 miles from his Longmeadow home to the Boston hospital where his sons received treatment for kidney abnormalities. On Tuesday he made the famil…

T: Fare collection to be public-private partnership » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA IS PLANNING to build a new automated fare collection system using what officials are calling a public-private partnership.…

Utilities

Massachusetts utility regulators to review accusations Eversource constrained pipeline capacity for financial gain » The Republican Massachusetts utility regulators said Tuesday they will conduct a "thorough review" of allegations that energy conglomerates Eversource and Avangrid artificially constrained pipeline capacity in New E…

Activists mobilize on nuclear power proposals » Cape Cod Times Watchdogs are being vigilant on two fronts this week, as state and federal agencies consider regulations that could benefit the aging and trouble-plagued Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth.…

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center releases port assessment for offshore wind industry » Windpower The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) released a report that aims to guide industry investment on potential locations for offshore wind manufacturing, and provides a detailed assessment of 1…

Massachusetts regulators to review allegations Eversource, Avangrid constrained pipelines » Utility Dive The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities confirmed yesterday that it will review allegations that Eversource and Avangrid artificially acted to constrain natural gas capacity on the Algonquin …

Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

40 supporters of East-West rail board bus from Springfield to State House for hearing » The Republican

New chief medical examiner named for Massachusetts » The Associated Press (AP)

State Police Endorse Toohey for State Rep. in Haverhill » The Valley Patriot

Moulton, Mass. business leaders urge bigger study of North South Rail Link » Boston Business Journal

The bidding war for Amazon » Commonwealth Magazine

A conversation with gubernatorial candidate Setti Warren in Marblehead » Wicked Local

Federal agency nixes Mass. request for special fund to stabilize health insurance rates » Boston Globe

Feds reject Baker request to stabilize premiums from Trump-induced upheaval » Boston Business Journal

'We are getting left behind:' East-West rail supporters urge state's transportation committee to back study » The Republican

Hospital pricing causes disputed in Senate health bill » Worcester Business Journal

Mindy Hull promoted to chief medical examiner » State House News Service

Five-year plan will offer "great forum" for East-West rail, Pollack says » State House News Service

Lowell city councilor proposes ban of pit bulls after 7-year-old fatally attacked » The Republican

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Recipe of the Week

Ingredients

for the batter:

  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 1 cup cream
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Pinch of ground nutmeg
  • 2 thick slices of brioche
  • Extra butter for cooking

for the sauce:

  • 2 apples
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 oz. bourbon
  • 1/2 teaspoon fresh squeezed lemon juice

Directions

  1. Whisk the milk, cream, egg yolks, vanilla extract and spices together, and pour into a shallow roasting pan or tupperware (any container big enough to comfortably hold the sliced bread).
  2. Add the sliced brioche, and allow to soak for 5-10 minutes — just enough time for the custard to soak through the brioche without falling apart.
  3. Peel the apples, and cut into 8 even slices.
  4. Add the butter and sugar with a splash of cold water into a sauce pan. Cook over medium-high heat until the mixture comes together, looks creamy and the edges are beginning to turn golden brown.
  5. Add the vanilla extract and bourbon, letting the alcohol cook off for 2-3 minutes.
  6. Add the apples and cook until softened (about 4-5 minutes). Finish with the lemon juice and a pinch of salt.
  7. Heat a saute pan over medium heat. Add a generous nub of butter. (Chef's note: you'll know that the pan is hot enough if the butter starts to melt and become foamy almost immediately. If the butter starts to brown, the pan is too hot).
  8. Gently add the bread to the foamy butter and cook for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown. Then flip. Repeat until both sides are nicely browned. Remove from pan.
  9. Place the French toast on a plate and top with the apples and remaining caramel sauce. Voila!


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