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10:00am Joint Committee on Transportation, Public Hearing

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Must-Reads

Is the Ainge family still pining for a Mitt Romney presidency? » Boston.com They're reportedly not the only ones who want the former Massachusetts governor to use his expected Senate run in Utah as a launching pad for 2020. …

Has Beacon Hill already botched the Rosenberg investigation? » Boston Globe HAS BEACON HILL already botched the Stan Rosenberg investigation? In the controversy involving the former Senate president, critical witnesses who could speak about his husband's influence and behavio…

Baker stresses pragmatism, bipartisanship in State of the Commonwealth speech » Boston Globe As he heads toward a reelection fight this fall, Governor Charlie Baker used his State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday night to further distance himself from President Trump's hard-line policies a…

New signs Gates may be negotiating with Mueller's team » CNN Washington (CNN)Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates has quietly added a prominent white-collar attorney, Tom Green, to his defense team, signaling that Gates' approach to his not-guilty plea could b…

Lara Trump criticizing the Women's March probably isn't going to win Trump more women voters » The Washington Post Lara Trump tells Fox that women who marched are too dumb to know why they're anti-Trump, "They just think that's the thing to do" …

George Papadopoulos is the 'John Dean' of the Russia investigation, his fiancee says » The Washington Post But the fiancee of George Papadopoulos, the former Trump campaign adviser who pleaded guilty in October to lying to the FBI about his Russia contacts and is cooperating with special counsel Robert S. …

Forum to feature all 13 Democrats running for Congress » Sentinel & Enterprise The Hudson and Maynard Democratic Town Committees, and the Marlborough Democratic City Committee, are sponsoring a candidates' forum for the Democratic candidates for the 3rd Congressional District se…

Ex-Lowell mayor weighs treasurer run » Lowell Sun Former Lowell Mayor Patrick Murphy issued a letter of intent Monday to seek the Democratic nomination for state Treasurer. …

Backlash grows over state health plan, AG calls it a 'huge deal' » Berkshire Eagle The backlash against the Group Insurance Commission and its decision to reduce the number of health plans offered to state workers and retirees has been steadily growing, with more key lawmakers and t…

Has Beacon Hill already botched the Rosenberg investigation? » Boston Globe HAS BEACON HILL already botched the Stan Rosenberg investigation? In the controversy involving the former Senate president, critical witnesses who could speak about his husband's influence and behavio…

Big Firms Pick Up #MeToo Work for State Legislatures » The American Lawyer Several state legislatures whose members are facing allegations of sexual misconduct similar to those brought against film industry moguls, TV news anchors, and politicians have launched official inve…

“We, in America, are So contaminated, with the Selfish Principles of Monarchy, and with that bastard, corrupted Honour, that Monarchy inspires, that We have no Idea, no Conception, no Imagination, no Dream, of the Passions and Principles, which Support Republics. What will become of Us? God knows.”

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News By Category
Beltway Politics

Don't expect Mitt Romney to be the anti-Trump leader » Boston Globe Mitt Romney has spent much of the past two years as an outspoken Donald Trump critic. He denounced Trump's divisive ways during the 2016 campaign and criticized the president's unwillingness to call o…

Business

Amazon scoops up Cambridge security startup with NSA roots » Boston Business Journal "For now, it is business as usual at Sqrrl," the company's CEO wrote in a note announcing the deal. Sqrrl will be joining the Amazon Web Services division.…

For fourth time, Boston requests extension of key harbor plan decision » Boston Business Journal The Boston Planning and Development Agency approved a draft municipal harbor plan, a document that outlines development guidelines for the city's downtown waterfront area, last March.…

State, city officials chat with Amazon about HQ2 » Boston Globe State and local officials had their first conversation with Amazon's HQ2 real estate team Tuesday, as they try to divine what the online retail giant wants in a second headquarters.…

Retailers Express Housing, Employment Concerns with State Senate Task Force » Cape Cod Online The Massachusetts State Senate Task Force on Strengthening Local Retail huddled with Cape Cod business owners Monday to learn about their needs and struggles.…

Cape's small-business owners seek relief » Cape Cod Times Senate task force hears of challenges facing retail sector. …

Judge upholds unfair competition claims in suits against Uber by Mass. taxi companies, dismisses antitrust claim » Legal Newsline

Senate Task Force Gets Retail Pitch From Local Businesses » The Cape Cod Chronicle

Education

Central Mass. colleges, schools receive preliminary state approval for early college programs » Worcester Telegram Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday revealed the first lineup of regional programs, including several in Central Massachusetts, that are part of a new state initiative that aims to help high school students…

$20,000 state grants helping Holyoke students in early college programs » The Republican The state gave its blessing and $20,000 Tuesday for "early college" programs for public school students working with Holyoke Community College and Westfield State University.…

Q&A with Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy » The Daily Collegian On Jan. 23, University of Massachusetts Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy—who has been in his position at the University since 2012—talked with the Collegian about a wide range of issues on c…

UMass awarded $1.1 Million to work with Tesla Energy to build Large Battery Storage System » The Daily Collegian On Dec. 7, a $1.1 million state grant was awarded to the University of Massachusetts by the Advancing Commonwealth Energy Storage Project to work with Tesla Energy to build a large battery at the Cent…

State schools to make computer science a core subject » Boston Herald State education leaders are planning to make computer science a core course for high school students, which they'd need to complete to graduate and a requirement for college admission, as part of an e…

Change sought as Massachusetts shortchanges Holyoke $4.3 million in charter reimbursements since 2013 » The Republican If state officials had kept the commonwealth's promise, the city would have received an additional $4.3 million to cover charter school costs since 2013, an official said Tuesday.…

REPORT: Bay State laws fail to protect students » Sentinel & Enterprise

State Senator Eric Lesser tours vocational training facility » WWLP 22

Environment

Salem gets $1.2M for new seawall at Forest River Park » The Salem News The city is getting $1.2 million to rebuild a crumbling, 60-year-old seawall at Forest River Park, a critical part of the $20 million Canal Street project to address flooding in Salem.…

St. Louis firm completes purchase of Brayton Point in Somerset » The Patriot Ledger SOMERSET — Much or all of Brayton Point will be demolished by the new owner, which will make its presence known in Massachusetts for the first time.…

Gaming

Daily fantasy sports companies could see 15 percent tax on revenues » Boston Globe A proposal on Beacon Hill to permanently legalize daily fantasy sports providers would also impose a new 15 percent tax on the revenues of Boston-based DraftKings and other companies.…

Donoghue bill would make fantasy sports gambling legal » Lowell Sun With the legal status of daily fantasy sports set to expire in about five months, Sen. Eileen Donoghue has proposed making the popular fantasy contests permanently legal, putting the Massachusetts Gam…

Cannabis panel may move » Lowell Sun While still settling into the agency's temporary downtown Boston office space, the Cannabis Control Commission kicked off the process of finding itself permanent space on Tuesday.…

Massachusetts state senator proposes 15 percent tax on DraftKings, other daily fantasy sports operators » The Republican State Sen. Eileen Donoghue has introduced legislation making the online games permanently legal and subject to a 15 percent tax.…

MGM Springfield holding career sessions for hurricane victims » WWLP 22 News Community businesses are joining in on the efforts of helping evacuees from Puerto Rico.…

Housing

Some Puerto Rican Hurricane Maria evacuees face loss of emergency housing » The Republican More than 550 Puerto Rican families who fled the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria are currently living in hotels across the state -- mostly in Western Massachusetts -- and many of them may have t…

St. Louis firm finalizes purchase, takes 'environmental responsibilities' of Brayton Point » WWLP 22 News BOSTON (SHNS) – As old bulwarks of affordable housing give way to market forces, low-income tenants implored lawmakers to preserve their homes, warning that without action they might be on the …

Expiring restrictions fuel anxiety among affordable housing tenants » South Coast Today

Human Services

Springfield, Holyoke welcome centers for Puerto Rican hurricane evacuees to get $120,000 in United Way grants » The Republican The United Way of Pioneer Valley and its partners will award two grants of $60,000 each to Enlace de Familias and New North Citizens' Council, the designated welcome centers for Puerto Rican evacuees …

Immigration

Western Mass Dreamers Fight for Immigrant Rights in D.C. » Valley Advocate Eduardo Samaniego, a 25-year-old Hampshire College student and undocumented immigrant from Mexico, was one of hundreds of thousands of people to travel to Washington D.C. this past week to advocate fo…

Democrats' retreat on shutdown puts Dreamers' fate back in the hands of Republicans » Boston Globe The good news is Congress reopened the federal government after a shutdown of almost 70 hours. The bad news: The fierce debates over immigration and other contentious issues that caused the government…

AG Maura Healey Blames Republicans For 'Shameful' DACA Delay » WGBH News The nearly three-day government shutdown ended Monday after President Trump signed a stopgap spending bill passed by Congress. The ending of the shutdown was preceded by debate on Capitol Hill that Ma…

Insurance

Change to state workers' health insurance plans was 'seriously mishandled,' Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says » The Republican A major change to Massachusetts public employees' health insurance plans was "seriously mishandled" and should be reconsidered, state Attorney General Maura Healey said Tuesday, adding that she's hear…

Big insurers take a big hit in shakeup of public workers' plans » Boston Globe Two of Massachusetts' largest nonprofit health insurers are bracing for a significant drop in revenues that could force at least one of them to cut jobs, after a state agency eliminated them from cove…

SEC investigating GE over $6 billion insurance charge » Boston Business Journal General Electric Co. is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to last week's announcement that its legacy insurance business will cost the company significantly mor…

Change to Massachusetts state workers' insurance plans was 'flawed,' caused 'tremendous' confusion, Gov. Charlie Baker says » The Republican

Judiciary

More than 30 years later, a new chance at freedom » Boston Globe More than 30 years into a life sentence for conviction on two counts of murder, John M. Feroli was back in court Tuesday to face the charges anew, with a startling second chance at exoneration, and fr…

Lelling elaborates on approaches to marijuana, immigration » State House News Service

Legislative

Panel eyes net neutrality » Wicked Local Chelmsford The Senate has created a special committee to develop legislation in response to the Federal Communications Commission's decision to repeal net neutrality rules. The Special Committee on Net Neutralit…

Local Government

Polling places, times set for special election » Lynn Daily News Item Polling places and times for the upcoming special elections to fill Mayor Thomas M. McGee's former senate seat were set by the City Council on Tuesday night.…

North Adams City Council OKs rules letting president ban individuals from speaking at meetings » Berkshire Eagle Council President Keith Bona had hoped to prevent belligerent members of the public from attending future City Council meetings. …

Great Barrington Town Hall briefs: Parking rules; citizen petitions deadline; Blue Hill Road brouhaha » the Berkshire edge A physician whose car was towed five days after a January 4-5 snowstorm has asked the selectmen to conduct a “thorough review” of the town's parking policies and to authorize a refund of t…

Early voting pays dividend in Cohasset » Wicked Local Cohasset After the unfunded state-mandated roll-out of early voting systems in Massachusetts, more than 1 million voters (or 22 percent) cast ballots early during the 2016 General Election across the state, ac…

Government shutdown has little local impact » The Salem News You may not have noticed the three-day shutdown of the federal government over the weekend and into Monday. On the North Shore, the impact was minimal.…

Marin Goldstein on Easthampton School Committee after Alexandra Dodge steps down » The Republican

Marijuana

Massachusetts Could Become a Pot Sanctuary » CityLab On Friday, Massachusetts State Representatives Dave Rogers and Mike Connolly filed an unusual piece of legislation. Their bill, called the “Refusal of Compliance Act,” would prevent local …

Cannabis Commission may move out of Boston » State House News Service While still settling into the agency's temporary downtown Boston office space, the Cannabis Control Commission kicked off the process of finding itself permanent space on Tuesday.…

Attleboro pot law on fast track » The Sun Chronicle City councilors aim to get an ordinance governing the sale of recreational marijuana on the books by mid-April.…

Cannabis Commission eyes MetroWest for permanent headquarters » The Metro West Daily News While still settling into the agency's temporary downtown Boston office space, the Cannabis Control Commission kicked off the process of finding itself permanent space on Tuesday.…

Opinion

Walsh and Tompkins: Team up to tackle opioid crisis » Boston Herald We work across the road from one another. One at a correctional facility, the other at a hospital. And while our jobs may differ greatly, we are responsible for providing care to many of the same peop…

It's (still) time to rein in the filibuster » Boston Globe LET'S SUPPOSE for a minute that both sides of the increasingly polarized political divide really wanted to make this country's dysfunctional government start to work again.…

Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder: An Expat's Love Letter to New England » Boston Magazine On a cold night almost a decade ago, I stood drinking a pint at J.J. Foley's on Kingston Street within earshot of a few friends.…

Do we really want Amazon? » Cape Cod Times We hate to be the skunk at the garden party, but why are so many people celebrating the news that Boston is among the 20 finalists for hosting Amazon's second headquarters, a mega-campus that would at…

Politics

City political couple eager to move up » Eagle Tribune He's just weeks into his first term two-year term on the City Council, but already Pavel Payano is considering his next career move: a run for the state Senate, which he said he may announce as soon a…

Baker Touts Bipartisanship, Goals For Future In State Of The Commonwealth Address » WBUR Gov. Charlie Baker said Massachusetts is economically "hitting on all cylinders" at his annual State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday night, to a receptive crowd at the State House.…

Matias raises $212G in 3rd District race » Lowell Sun LAWRENCE -- Juana Matias, among the first Latinas to be elected as a state representative, raised $212,000 in her first quarter of fundraising in her campaign to succeed U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas, her ca…

LG candidate addresses Lincoln Democrats » Wicked Local Lincoln Quentin Palfrey, a former Obama White House official and nonprofit leader running for lieutenant governor, spoke to area Democrats at the Red to Blue Campaign Kick Off Rally in Lincoln on Jan. 14.…

Charlie Baker throws shade at D.C. dysfunction » Boston Herald As he readies his re-election bid, Gov. Charlie Baker yesterday pitched his no “name-calling” brand of governing during his annual State of the Commonwealth address, in turn touting the pr…

Steve Kerrigan raises $165,000 toward 3rd District race » Sentinel & Enterprise Former lieutenant governor nominee Steve Kerrigan raised $165,000 in the first few months of his campaign to succeed U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas in Congress, his campaign said Monday.…

Charlie Baker Focuses on Bipartisanship in State of the Commonwealth » Boston Magazine

Here are three takeaways from Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's state of the state » MassLive

Forum to feature all 13 Democrats running for Congress » Lowell Sun

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez believes Gov. Charlie Baker's vulnerable » Wicked Local Georgetown

Public Health

US Attorney Says Mass. Priority is Opioids, Not Marijuana » NBC Boston

Public Safety

Wellesley receives grant for safety programs » Wicked Local Wellesley Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem, D-Newton, Sen. Richard Ross, R-Wrentham, and Rep. Alice Peisch, D-Wellesley, recently announced that Wellesley will receive a grant of $4,308 for the Student Awareness of Fir…

Group wants to 'change culture' in bicyclist deaths » Boston Herald An advocacy group for bicyclists is calling for criminal charges against the driver of the tractor-trailer that struck and killed a Swiss doctor two years ago, in a plea to help convince city motorist…

Sandwich officials mum on firefighter resignations » Cape Cod Times Two Sandwich firefighters have resigned in connection with an ongoing internal investigation, according to town officials.…

State Finance

Governor to file budget blueprint on heels of annual address » Boston Herald Lawmakers are about to get their first peek at Gov. Charlie Baker's latest state budget.…

Gov. Charlie Baker proposes $40.9 billion FY19 budget » The Republican

Tax Questions Complicate Massachusetts Budget Plans » WAMC

State Government

Baker's focus on bipartisanship wins praise from lawmakers » The Daily News of Newburyport Gov. Charlie Baker steered clear of partisan politics in his annual speech to state lawmakers Tuesday night, pledging to work with Democrats on a range of issues from transportation and affordable hou…

Gov. Charlie Baker proposes expansion of popular tax credit, more money for social services in State of the Commonwealth » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker will propose expanding a popular tax credit and investing more money in social services, Baker said during his State of the Commonwealth address Tuesday night.…

6 issues Charlie Baker discussed in his State of the Commonwealth address » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker called for improvements in education, transportation and housing Tuesday in his last state of the state address before seeking a second term in office.…

WMass lawmakers praise Gov. Charlie Baker for addressing broadband, opioids » The Republican Western Massachusetts lawmakers on Tuesday night praised Gov. Charlie Baker for mentioning broadband internet access, opioid addiction and Springfield schools in his State of the Commonwealth address.…

'Economically, we're hitting on all cylinders': Read Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's 2018 state of the state » The Republican Here is Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's 2018 "State of the Commonwealth" address, as prepared for delivery in the State House chamber. …

Healey to host town hall meeting » Eagle Tribune Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey will be at the Hunking School, 480 S. Main Street, on Monday, Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m. for a town hall discussion.…

WBURwbur90.9 » WBUR Gov. Charlie Baker — entering the final year of his first term and gearing up for a re-election contest — delivered a workmanlike tick-tock of his administration's accomplishments on Tue…

Gov. Baker: 'The State of the Commonwealth is Strong' » NECN Gov. Charlie Baker looked back at some recent successes and laid out his priorities for the new year in his state of the state address on Tuesday evening.…

On the Record: Round table considers AG's year » WCVB On The Record's round table discusses Attorney General Maura Healey's record of taking on President Donald Trump's policies.…

Baker reviews work, touts investment plans in SOTC » State House News Service Facing a re-election vote in 10 months, Gov. Charlie Baker took the podium Tuesday night to kick off the final year of his four-year term, calling for renewed commitments to mental health treatment, f…

Taxation

Lawmakers ask: What does federal tax reform mean for Massachusetts? » The Republican After Congress passed a major tax overhaul at the end of December, their quick action left state legislators as well as individuals and businesses struggling to understand its implications.…

Panel advised against hasty response to US tax overhaul | The News Tribune » The News Tribune BOSTON - Massachusetts lawmakers were urged Tuesday to avoid hasty or knee-jerk reactions to the new federal tax reform law, with state officials and experts arguing it could take years to fully under…

Experts: Proceed with caution as trillions shift under new tax » Lowell Sun As some other states scramble to find workarounds to mitigate impacts of the new federal tax law, Massachusetts lawmakers got a yellow light Tuesday from experts they invited to weigh on paths they mi…

Massachusetts Lawmakers Consider 15 Percent Tax on Daily Fantasy Sports » NECN Massachusetts lawmakers are considering taxing daily fantasy sports operators like Boston's DraftKings. …

Tax Reform and Uncertain Economy Driving State Budget Proposals » Governing It's a big election year, and legislative agendas won't be focused on raising revenue. …

Transportation

Lynn's delegation is on board with Gov. Baker's transportation review » Lynn Daily News Item Gov. Charlie Baker, recognizing a transportation vision is key for a thriving economy, has created a high-level panel to advise him on the state's transit needs.…

Baker launches commission to study transportation needs » Boston Globe An 18-member panel appointed by Governor Charlie Baker will study the state's future transportation needs, after a report last year suggested Massachusetts is not financially prepared for changes to t…

Utilities

Bill would give AG, IG seats on Pilgrim advisory panel » State House News Service Lawmakers and a group of radiation safety activists from southeastern Massachusetts want to increase the ranks of an advisory panel designed to respond to the impending shutdown of Pilgrim Nuclear Pow…

Some States Want to Save Net Neutrality, But Can They? » Governing On Monday, Montana became the first to reinstate some of the rules the FCC repealed. The question of whether states have the right to do that, however, will likely end up in court. …

Baker mentions offshore wind project in speech » Martha's Vineyard Times

Bill would give Attorney General and Inspector General seats on Pilgrim advisory council » Wicked Local Abington

Massive oil burn during cold snap a "disaster," Beaton says » State House News Service

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Trump issues 30% tariff on solar panel imports » Utility Dive

New 'Future of Transportation' commission to focus on the effects of disruptive technologies like self-driving cars » The Republican

Investigation launched into Massachusetts State Police 'payroll discrepancies' following audit » The Republican

Expiring restrictions fueling anxiety among affordable housing tenants » State House News Service

State trooper suspended in no-show payroll probe » Boston Globe

DeLeo address will shed light on legislature's direction for 2018 » State House News Service

Sisters of Providence seek funding from West Springfield to build affordable housing for seniors » The Republican

Why do we call Massachusetts a 'commonwealth'? Blame John Adams » Boston Globe

Baker launches commission to study transportation needs » Boston Globe

Chandler expresses confidence in Rosenberg probe » Commonwealth Magazine

New England About To Get Liquefied Natural Gas From Unusual Source » New Boston Post

The confidentiality question » Commonwealth Magazine

City councilors raise concerns about Walsh's Airbnb regs » Commonwealth Magazine

You shouldn't need to be rich to run » Commonwealth Magazine

T notes: Privatization at bus garages off the table? » Commonwealth Magazine

DW Focus Search MV Planning Commission's Conard Named to State Transportation Board » WHAV

New transportation commission assigned post-election deadline » Sentinel & Enterprise

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Recipe of the Week

Makes 4 Servings

Ingredients

1/2 cup hazelnuts, finely chopped

1/2 cup panko breadcrumbs

Kosher salt and ground black pepper

4 5- to 6-ounce chicken breast cutlets, pounded to an even ¼-inch thickness

1/2 cup fresh tarragon leaves, chopped, divided

1/3 cup grapeseed or other neutral oil

1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil

1/4 cup red wine vinegar

1 5-ounce container (6 cups) baby arugula

1/2 medium fennel bulb, trimmed and thinly sliced

1 medium shallot, halved and thinly sliced

1 lemon, cut into wedges

Directions

 

  1. In a wide, shallow dish, stir together the hazelnuts, panko and 1½ teaspoons salt. Season the cutlets on both sides with salt and pepper, then sprinkle with 3 tablespoons of the tarragon, pressing it into the chicken to adhere. One at a time, add the cutlets to the hazelnut-panko mixture, pressing into the mixture and coating both sides. Place the cutlets on a large plate.

  2. In a 12-inch skillet over medium-high, heat the grapeseed oil until shimmering. Add the cutlets in a single layer and cook until golden brown, about 2 minutes. Flip the cutlets and cook until the second sides are golden, about another 2 minutes. Transfer to a paper towel–lined plate.

  3. In a large bowl, whisk the olive oil, vinegar, remaining tarragon, and ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper. Add the arugula, fennel and shallot, then toss. Serve the cutlets with the salad and lemon wedges on the side.


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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