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Must-Reads

Smear campaign against Marty Meehan misses UMass successes » Boston Globe In June, one of the dozens of labor unions at the University of Massachusetts launched a vicious and unfair smear campaign against university president Martin T. Meehan. …

Hospital leaders frustrated at failed health care talks » Boston Globe Frustrated hospital leaders say they will continue pushing for legislation to help struggling community hospitals after Massachusetts lawmakers failed in their last-ditch attempt to find consensus on …

Beacon Hill leaves many key bills out of last-minute deal-making » Boston Globe Most attention centered on the collapse of two omnibus bills, one involving hundreds of millions of dollars in health care funding and the other, hundreds of thousands more in additional aid to school…

Horse racing, simulcast wagering back on in Massachusetts » State House News Service Simulcast wagering on horse and dog races resumed Thursday afternoon and live horse races scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be run as planned after the Legislature re-authorized racing an…

Goldstein-Rose drops campaign, endorses Amherst Democrat » State House News Service Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose, one of two independents in the Massachusetts Legislature, abandoned his campaign for a second-term on Thursday, bowing out just two days after House recessed formal sessio…

DeLeo set to become longest continuously-serving Mass. speaker » State House News Service An era of turmoil and turnover in the state Senate has coincided with a period of historic consistency in the House, where Rep. Robert DeLeo on Saturday becomes the longest continuously-serving speake…

Obama Did Not Give a Political Endorsement to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez » Observer The list is a mix of establishment politicians and progressive upshots: Georgia’s gubernatorial sensation Stacey Abrams, San Francisco mayor-turned governor candidate Gavin Newsom ... Noticeab…

Progressive Dems try to catch some of Ocasio-Cortez’s lightning in a bottle » Yahoo News On a sweltering July Saturday in this city a few miles west of Boston, Ayanna Pressley is making a pitch for change. She’s speaking to a mix of prospective voters and volunteers ready to canvas…

DA candidates tackle diversity, inequities in Boston Bar forum » Dorchester Reporter Five candidates vying for the Suffolk County District Attorney seat participated in a forum hosted by the Boston Bar association last week, wth much of the emphasis on systemic inequities in prosecuti…

That last-minute rush on Beacon Hill? So not necessary » Boston Globe As the session wound down, senators notably failed to send to the governor routine legislation to reauthorize horse racing in Massachusetts — a favorite cause of House Speaker Robert DeLeo. …

Islamophobic mailers target Democratic congressional candidate Tahirah Amatul-Wadud » MassLive Tahirah Amatul-Wadud, a Springfield Democrat running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Massachusetts' 1st Congressional District, spoke out this week against an Islamophobic flier targeting her…

6 Women To Watch In Massachusetts Politics » WGBH Six candidates who are hoping to beat incumbents Nov. 6 share their reasons for running. …

“After all that was said, after all the discussions — to come up with nothing?”...“The only thing you can do in a situation like this is close services,”

Spiros Hatiras, chief executive of Holyoke Medical Center

On the legislature not reaching consensus on the health care bill at the end of the formal session

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Elizabeth Warren, Democrats seek probe of reported Air Force One tours for Mar-a-Lago members » The Republican U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other chamber Democrats urged defense officials this week to look into reports that members of President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club were given private tours of Air F…

Business

Legislature doubles cost of economic development bill before passing it » MassLive The Massachusetts Legislature doubled the cost of an economic development bill before passing it early Wednesday morning. …

Baker fails to get bigger tax breaks for projects like Amazon's HQ2 » Boston Business Journal The economic development bill passed by the Legislature early Wednesday morning does not include a proposal from Gov. Charlie Baker that would have allowed the state to give larger tax breaks to compa…

Press play: Five years later, John Henry is still writing the Globe's business case » Boston Business Journal Five years after the 68-year-old financier and his wife bought the region's largest media company, John Henry’s ownership stands at an inflection point. With more than a dozen experienced newsp…

State Arts Funding Increases By $2 Million For The 1st Time In 4 Years » WBUR State legislators this week overrode a governor veto, increasing arts funding by $2 million, marking a political victory for arts advocates that has been four years in the making. The win will ensure …

Greenfield could receive millions in economic boost » The Recorder A regional sludge disposal program could see state funding after the Legislature passed an economic development bill earlier this week.…

Disrupting the mortgage industry with tech, transparency » Boston Business Journal Entrepreneur Patrick Boyaggi is taking his experience running the mortgage department at a top local lender and using it save homebuyers tens of thousands of dollars each, at no cost to borrowers.…

Noncompete reform comes alongside new measure that could curb job-switching » Boston Business Journal After years of effort, Massachusetts is poised to finally pass rules limiting the use of noncompete agreements. But the legislation contains a little-noticed provision that some say could prevent high…

Education

Why We May Never Know What Killed The Education Funding Bill » WBUR The state's public records laws and legislative tradition may make it very difficult to find out why the bipartisan-supported effort to retool the state's 25-year-old education funding formula fell ap…

Failed ed talks could spark change on Beacon Hill » Worcester Telegram House Speaker Robert DeLeo is shrugging off the Legislature's unsuccessful attempts to address education funding inequities, but others are using this week's collapsed talks on Beacon Hill as an elect…

Smith College to bring in outside investigator after student was racially profiled » Boston Globe Smith College will hire an investigator to review an incident in which campus police approached a black student who was suspected of being “out of place” while eating lunch on campus, spar…

Saran Wrap Sex-Ed Bill Fails » New Boston Post A bill that would have required all public school districts in Massachusetts that teach sex education to adopt state standards – which include a curriculum showing students how to use thin plas…

Read the investigation report into abuse of special ed students at Tri-County Schools » The Republican The Disability Law Center released its investigation into allegations of abuse and neglect at Easthampton's Tri-County Schools Thursday, finding that staffers used unnecessary violence on special educ…

Environment

Entrench Or Retreat? That Is The Question On Plum Island » WBUR For the last 25 years Mike Morris has spent his days in the cave of his BMW repair shop in Newbury. At night he’d leave behind the grease and power tools and head home to one of the most gorgeo…

State budget allots $50k to rehab Greenway entrance structure » Dorchester Reporter Members of Dorchester’s State House delegation say that the $41.7 billion state budget signed into law last week by Gov. Charlie Baker achieved a healthy balance between financial responsibilit…

Federal

TSA admits ‘Quiet Skies’ surveillance snared zero threats » Boston Globe Federal air marshals have closely monitored about 5,000 US citizens on domestic flights in recent months under the controversial “Quiet Skies” program, but none were deemed so suspicious t…

Gaming

Legislature belatedly authorizes racing to resume in Plainville, elsewhere in Mass. » The Sun Chronicle After failing to meet a July 31 deadline, the Legislature on Thursday gave late approval to a bill to reauthorize horse racing in the state.…

Massachusetts reauthorizes horse racing after legislative snafu banned it » The Republican Massachusetts lawmakers on Thursday scrambled to re-legalize horse racing in the state after it was temporarily banned because of a legislative snafu.…

MGM Springfield gets advance approvals to open from Massachusetts Gaming Commission after glowing progress reports » The Republican The Massachusetts Gaming Commission, after hearing glowing reports about MGM Springfield's casino project, including the quality of its work and workforce diversity, gave unanimous first-step approval…

Health Care

Proposed HealthAlliance service cuts draw outcry » Sentinel & Enterprise Standing at a podium with an oxygen tank slung over her shoulder and a delivery tube running to her nose, Robin Vancott made her best case for why UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital should…

Housing

Baker: Housing bill down, but not out » Newburyport News There's broad agreement on Beacon Hill that Massachusetts has a housing affordability and production problem, but the Legislature on Tuesday departed for campaign season without tackling the issue, le…

Developers are trying to make the suburbs cool. Is that possible? » Boston Globe Five years ago, the development next door to the Burlington Mall had all the hallmarks of the 1980s suburban office complex — anonymous facades of brick, concrete, and glass, unlimited parking,…

The Week in Public Finance: Affordable Housing Shortage? Massachusetts Might Tax Airbnb to Pay for It. » Governing As Airbnb and other short-term rental companies have increased their presence in cities, so too has the struggle to provide affordable rental housing.…

Judiciary

Barnstable Superior Court assistant clerk nominated as judge » Cape Cod Times One of Barnstable Superior Court’s administrators could become one of its judges following the retirement of longtime Judge Gary Nickerson.…

Governor’s Council grills local judicial nominees » Gazette Net The Governor’s Council’s hearings for two judicial nominees Wednesday were a microcosm of pressing issues facing the state, from the opioid crisis to field sobriety tests to public outcr…

Assistant clerk-magistrate nominated for Superior Court » Mass Lawyers Weekly Gov. Charlie Baker has nominated the current first assistant clerk-magistrate of the Superior Court in Barnstable for a judgeship on the court. Thomas J. Perrino would fill the seat being vacated by J…

Labor

Suit alleges unchecked racist and sexist behavior at Boston Water and Sewer » Boston Globe

Legislative

Legislators leave plenty unfinished » Salem News Failure to fix education funding. housing woes cause backlash …

Woburn delegation looks back on recent accomplishments » Wilmington Town Crier The Massachusetts Legisture’s 2018 legislative session officially ended at 1 a.m. on Wednesday morning with legislators, including local legislators, having a brief chance to take a quick look …

Massachusetts health care, ed bill talks stumble at legislative finish line » Worcester Telegram The House and Senate stumbled across the finish line Tuesday night as talks over health care and education funding reforms collapsed in failure, but lawmakers still managed to send Gov. Charlie Baker …

Rental tax bill clears Legislature; Baker wants changes » Wicked Local Brewster Renting a house, condo, cottage, even a room in someone’s home will cost visitors more starting next year following the passage by the state Legislature early this week of the "Act Regulating a…

Big win in state legislature for tax on short-term rentals » Wicked Local Provincetown The state legislature on Monday overwhelmingly approved new excise taxes on short-term rentals, a measure long advocated by Cape Cod towns and legislators. Late Tuesday night, state Rep. Sarah Peake t…

Local Government

Benefit District bill stalls » Lowell Sun In the hectic final hours of formal legislative sessions for 2018, House Speaker Robert DeLeo opted against trying to advance benefit district legislation after the proposal drew a wave of criticism f…

A real-life mystery at Boston library » Commonwealth Magazine IN A BUILDING whose shelves are packed with gripping fictional whodunits, it’s a real-life whodunit that is also a whodunwhat.…

What Is Going on Over at the Boston Public Library? » Boston Magazine Three employees are on leave and the Boston police are involved now. …

$1M ‘authorized,’ not yet ‘appropriated’ for Bernardston fire station » The Recorder A million dollars in state aid for the construction of Bernardston’s new fire station is “authorized but not (yet) appropriated” for the town’s use, Town Coordinator Hugh Cam…

Boston board pillories nonprofits for not paying their share » Boston Herald Fired-up activists flooded the City Council yesterday demanding tax-exempt nonprofit institutions pay their “fair share” under the city’s payment in lieu of taxes program.…

Pembroke has head start on tobacco regulations » The state is finally on board with regards keeping tobacco products out of the hands of young people. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law Friday, July 27 a bill that will raise the minimu…

Community Preservation Act won’t go on Worcester ballot this year » Worcester Mag With city councilors not approving a request to automatically place it on the November election ballot, the group behind an effort to have Worcester join the Community Preservation Act has decided not…

Marijuana

Varied companies have high hopes for a marijuana opportunities » Boston Globe Since the 1970s, law enforcement officers across New England have stored marijuana they seized in secure evidence lockers purchased from Donnegan Systems in Northborough.…

Opinion

Fear not, East Boston: Parks mean you won’t end up another Seaport » Boston Globe East Boston may fear becoming the next Seaport District, but here’s why I’m hopeful it won’t: Some of the city’s most expansive waterfront parks are planned for the Eastie …

Rep. Paul Donato calls for civic engagement among youth » Medford Patch We live in the digital age where information is available in an instant. Additionally, cable news is offered 24/7. Yet I have found young people, including my own grandchildren, to be less and less kn…

Despite Wynn’s problems, casino still rises in Everett » Boston Globe There, beyond Costco and the Texas Roadhouse restaurant, it looms: the golden tower, rechristened “Encore Boston Harbor,” to erase the name of Steve Wynn from the $2.5 billion hotel casino…

Why Facebook, Google, and Twitter need to behave like banks » Boston Globe When we use products from Facebook, Google, and Twitter, we think they are free. Facebook still says on its home page that it is free and always will be. But we do pay for these services; we are just …

Letter to the Editor: Silvia's opposition on women's health issues jarring » The Herald News State Rep. Alan Silvia, D-Fall River, continues to be an opponent to women’s health. Recently Silvia voted against the NASTY Women Act, which eliminated 19th century laws banning contraception…

Letter to the editor: Time to send our do-nothing politicians packing » The Sun Chronicle If there was ever a time to sweep out all the longterm elected officials in this state, the time is now. These lazy bums failed to renew a simple simulcast bill that has now stopped racing and revenue…

Galvin up against progressive tide » Boston Herald You too would want to talk about something else if you were running for secretary of state. After all, how many voters want to hear about the everyday mundane functions of an office that overseas secu…

Dems’ race for lieutenant governor no laughing matter » Boston Herald The lieutenant governor’s race is usually an afterthought, but Democrats this year have an unusually serious choice to make.…

We must have judicial accountability in Massachusetts (Guest viewpoint) » The Republican Our Constitutional Republic is founded upon the idea that government is of the people, by the people and for the people, not above the people. No one serving in elected or appointed office should be a…

Our view: Housing bill opportunity is still alive » The Salem News It’s possible Gov. Charlie Baker’s bill to spur more housing construction in the state just needed more time in the oven on Beacon Hill.…

Politics

In Middlesex DA’s race, a progressive face-off » Commonwealth Magazine DONNA PATALANO, who is challenging incumbent Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, looks like exactly the right candidate at the right time. …

Rufus Gifford says he’s donating a contribution from CBS head accused of sexual harassment » Boston Globe Rufus Gifford, the Third District congressional candidate whose father sits on the CBS Corp. board, said Thursday he’s donating thousands of dollars that the company’s embattled chief ex…

Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose not running for re-election » News 22 WWLP.com Another western Massachusetts state representative has announced he isn't running for re-election.…

Goldstein-Rose drops out of 3rd Hampshire Rep. race, throws support behind Domb » Gazette Net Incumbent state Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose announced Thursday he will not run for re-election to the 3rd Hampshire District seat, instead opting to leave the Legislature in January to focus on federa…

In Worcester, Tingle, Palfrey field questions at Lt. Gov. candidates forum » Worcester Mag Potential voters in the November general election got a look at the two Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor at a forum Wednesday night at Worcester State University.…

State Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose will not run for re-election » The Republican State Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose, an independent from Amherst, will not run for a second term.…

Obama Endorses 81 Candidates in 14 States - But Stays Out of Massachusetts Fights » New Boston Post Former President Barack Obama is endorsing 81 candidates for office around the country, but none in Massachusetts.…

Tahirah Amatul-Wadud challenges US Rep. Richard Neal to debate before voters » The Republican With just weeks left before Massachusetts' Democratic primary, the Springfield attorney challenging U.S. Rep. Richard Neal called on the longtime incumbent Thursday to square-off in a debate before 1s…

Tito Jackson endorses Rachael Rollins for Suffolk DA » Boston Globe Former Boston city councilor and mayoral candidate Tito Jackson threw his support behind Suffolk district attorney candidate Rachael Rollins Thursday, calling her a “friend” and touting he…

Rep. Capuano Says He Voted For Trump's Impeachment 'Before I Even Knew There Was A Challenger' » WGBH Rep. Michael Capuano says the Republican-led Congress is leaving congressional Democrats in the dark on the ongoing Russia collusion probe.…

District attorney candidates believe background key for the office » Berkshire Eagle The varied legal experience of the three candidates for Berkshire District Attorney could decide who becomes the county's top prosecutor.…

Younger Democrats Seem To Be Angling For A Changing Of The Guard » WBUR The midterms are just three months away, and Democrats are pulling out all the stops in the battle to retake control of the U.S. House of Representatives. But there’s another struggle going on …

Public Health

Death Rate For Boston's Unsheltered Homeless Ten Times That Of Massachusetts General Population » WGBH You've seen them sleeping on city streets and huddled over grates, or maybe in doorways: Boston's homeless. And for those who opt not to go to shelters, who sleep outside exposed, there is a term for …

Public Safety

Everett’s first female firefighter dies from cancer » Boston Globe Susan Pipitone, the department’s first and only active-duty female firefighter, died Wednesday after battling cancer for more than a year, Chief Tony Carli said Thursday.…

Boston to phase in 400 police body cameras after test finds benefits » Boston Globe Mayor Martin J. Walsh said Thursday that the city will begin a full-scale police body camera program, two years after officers were pushed into a yearlong pilot of the technology.…

State Government

DCR, carousel negotiations go round and round » Commonwealth Magazine ONE DAY LAST SUMMER Leo Roy, the commissioner of the state’s Department of Conservation and Recreation, showed up at the Paragon Carousel across from Nantasket Beach in Hull with some ominous n…

Taxation

Tax on Short Term Rentals Nears Reality » Vineyard Gazette Legislation passed this week by Massachusetts lawmakers would extend state and local occupancy taxes now paid by hotels and motels to short-term rental properties, a long-debated move aimed at levelin…

What you need to know about the 2018 sales tax holiday in Massachusetts » Boston.com After two straight years without a sales tax holiday, Massachusetts shoppers will once again get a tax-free weekend in 2018. Despite some previous uncertainty, state legislators approved an economic d…

Transportation

Cities grappling with scooter outbreak » Boston Globe Nearly a decade ago, a new form of two-wheeled transportation threatened to overrun city sidewalks.…

Officials criticize suggestion to run South Coast Rail through Mansfield, Norton » The Sun Chronicle A magazine writer has a modest proposal for improving the state’s South Coast Rail project — run trains through Mansfield and Norton.…

SSA consultant finishes round one » Martha's Vineyard Times Marc Hanover, the Steamship Authority’s Vineyard board member, came before the Dukes County commissioners Wednesday evening to report on progress at the Steamship Authority.…

Utilities

Electricity Costs With Vineyard Wind Expected To Be Low » WBUR Massachusetts electric customers will save $1.4 billion on their bills over the next 20 years thanks to Vineyard Wind, according to a state agency. …

Telecom industry salvages win in new town broadband law » Berkshire Eagle A legislative compromise has cleared the way for emerging town-owned broadband networks to serve homes and businesses in neighboring towns that risk being denied high-speed internet access.…

Pittsfield Explores Green Solution For Emergency Energy System » WAMC Pittsfield, Massachusetts is exploring a renewable energy option to bolster its energy system in the event of disaster.…

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

3D guns leave area merchants unimpressed » Sentinel & Enterprise

Middleboro Selectmen vote to join lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies » South Coast Today

Timeshare owners speak of their struggles at Provincetown's Harbor Hill » Wicked Local Truro

Horse racing, simulcast wagering back on in Massachusetts » State House News Service

State primary absentee ballots are available » Milford Daily News

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

HB 4668 - An Act providing for the terms of certain bonds to be issued by the Commonwealth

HB 4634 - An Act authorizing the city of Cambridge to use certain land used for open recreational purposes for traffic reconfiguration

HB 4561 - An Act authorizing the town of Falmouth to transfer a parcel of land commonly known as the Farley Bog

HB 4573 - An Act providing for the terms of certain bonds to be issued by the Commonwealth

HB 4622 - An Act relative to the sale of alcoholic beverages in the town of Otis

SB 2512 - An Act authorizing the city of Northampton to release a certain conservation easement

SB 2478 - An Act regarding transfer of retained earnings surplus in the town of Clinton

SB 2479 - An Act regarding snow and ice removal, and repair of private ways in the town of Clinton

HB 4261 - An Act authorizing the transfer of care and control of certain parcels of land in Middleborough from the Department of Corrections to the Department of Fish and Game

HB 4268 - An Act amending the authorization for the exchange of an easement in the control of the Department of Conservation and Recreation to facilitate a project important to the economic development of the city of Lynn

HB 4669 - An Act providing for the terms of certain bonds to be issued by the Commonwealth

HB 4186 - An Act authorizing Brian M. Belfiore to take the civil service examination for the position of firefighter in the City of Haverhill notwithstanding the maximum

HB 4312 - An Act authorizing the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to convey certain parcels to the town of Shrewsbury

SB 2324 - An Act establishing a sick leave bank for David Silvia Jr., an employee of the Department of Correction

HB 1390 - An Act relative to protecting the rights of custodial and other non-teaching employees of school districts

HB 4809 - An Act relative to thoroughbred breeding

HB 4813 - An Act authorizing the grant of easements relative to the Obery Street Roadway Improvement Project to the town of Plymouth

Most read bills of the week:

HB4800 - An Act making appropriations for fiscal year 2019

HB4732 - An Act relative to economic development in the commonwealth

HB4742 - An Act for prevention and access to appropriate care and treatment of addiction

HB4868 - Text of a further amendment (offered by Mr. Wagner of Chicopee, in lieu of a Conference Report) for HB4732 and SB2635, the bill relative to economic development in the Commonwealth.

HB4841 - An Act regulating and insuring short-term rentals

SB2625 - An Act relative to economic development in the commonwealth

HB4835 - An Act promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in recreational assets and opportunity

SB2635 - An Act relative to economic development in the commonwealth

SB2646 - An Act to protect animal welfare and safety in cities and towns

HB4833 - A Message from His Excellency the Governor returning with recommendation of amendment of certain sections contained in the engrossed Bill making appropriations for the fiscal year 2019 for the maintenance of the departments, boards, commissions, institutions and certain activities of the Commonwealth, for interest, sinking fund and serial bond requirements and for certain permanent improvements (see House, No. 4800). July 26, 2018.

House Actions This Week: 723

Senate Actions This Week: 333

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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