Massachusetts Extends Electric Vehicle Rebate Program

BOSTON (AP) — The state of Massachusetts is extending its electric vehicle rebate program through the middle of next year. The administration of … [Read more...]

More Housing, Fighting Opioid Addiction Among Baker’s Goals

BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Charlie Baker is listing some of his goals for the new year. Baker told reporters this week he's going to continue pursuing a … [Read more...]

Electronic Monitoring for New England Fisheries Receives Boost in Funding

BOSTON – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is teaming up with a pair of foundations to fund multiple projects designed to … [Read more...]

Citizens’ Petition Calling for Safety Investigation of Pilgrim Plant to be Delivered to State House

BOSTON - Anit-nuclear activists are traveling to the State House today to deliver a citizen’s petition to Governor Baker that calls for an … [Read more...]

Former State Sen. Brian Joyce Died from an Overdose

BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts chief medical examiner's office says former state Sen. Brian Joyce died from an overdose of a medication commonly used … [Read more...]

Sources: Ex-Mass. Gov. Patrick to Skip 2020 White House Race

BOSTON (AP) — Former Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts will soon announce he won't launch a 2020 presidential campaign, according to … [Read more...]

Baker Calls for Judge’s Removal Amid Immigration Probe

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker wants a judge he nominated pulled off the bench amid a federal investigation into whether she and other … [Read more...]

Lockout of Gas Workers to be Focus of Legislative Hearing

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts lawmakers are considering a bill that would require National Grid to provide health insurance to locked-out gas workers … [Read more...]

18-foot Menorah to be Lit in Statehouse to Mark Hanukkah

BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Charlie Baker and other top state politicians are planning to join representatives of Massachusetts' Jewish community to light an … [Read more...]

Feds Extend Voluntary Reduced Speed Zone to Protect Right Whales

BOSTON – NOAA Fisheries is extending the voluntary vessel speed restriction zone (Dynamic Management Area or DMA) established 21 nautical miles south … [Read more...]



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