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3 hrs ago | KBOI-AM Boise
Hillary Clinton has remained coy on her potential presidential candidacy in 2016, but that hasn't stopped Democrats from endorsing her.
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7 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars
Gov. Deval Patrick's decision to volunteer Massachusetts facilities for Central American children was made for moral, not political reasons.
9 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
As a group of residents opposed to a natural-gas pipeline that could cut across the state marched 2.2 miles down Route 119 Monday evening, as the drivers of dozens of passing cars honked their horns and waved in support.
10 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, flanked by religious leaders including Roman Catholic Cardinal Sean O'Malley, right, listens to a question at a news conference at the Statehouse on Friday in Boston, where he proposed two possible locations in Massachusetts to temporarily shelter unaccompanied children crossing the nation's southern border.
If attorney William A. Rota wondered how well-liked and respected he is within the Berkshire County legal community, he should have a better understanding now.
Gov. Deval Patrick's offer to shelter unaccompanied children crossing the nation's southern border is drawing a range of reactions from those hoping to fill his job.
U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud strolls out of Portland's Cumberland Club Monday afternoon trailed by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Vermont Gov. Peter Schumlin.
On Friday, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick announced a plan for his state to temporarily shelter up to 1,000 unaccompanied children who have recently fled to the United States as part of the ongoing border crisis .
The chance of Lowell's Judicial Center actually becoming a reality appears to have been bolstered after visits by the two likely governor foes in this November's general election, Republican Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley.
With a large piece of PVC pipe, a few signs and one large black tarp crafted into a giant mock pipeline, a band of activists crossed the town line from Ashby into Townsend at Trap Falls on Sunday to make a statement.
'IT DIDN'T HELP ME THAT MUCH': Juan Rodriguez, 10, and his mother, Evelyn Castro, claim he was wrongly put into special education classes when all he needed was help with the English language.
In this June 12, photo, Illinois Gov. Patrick Quinn listens to a question at a news conference in Chicago.
A group of protesters gathered today at the Otis Rotary outside the entrance to Joint Base Cape Cod, where up to 1,000 unaccompanied minors who have crossed into the U.S. illegally could be held.
By Matt Murphy/State House News Service The china in Bob DeLeo's House is rattling, and it has nothing to do with plane-loads of migrant children invited by Gov. Deval Patrick to Massachusetts circling overhead in Winthrop as they wait for the okay to land.
The tribe's chief, 92-year-old Vernon "Silent Drum" Lopez, said he is awed by how far the tribe has come since the days of his youth when tribal members lived off the land, but he has mixed feelings about a potential next step: a $500 million casino resort that the tribe is proposing to build in Taunton.
Governor Deval Patrick released a school safety report July 17 that offers 29 recommendations aimed at making elementary and secondary schools throughout the Commonwealth more adept at identifying hazards and handling emergencies.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:09 pm
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