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32 min ago | IBerkshires
The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority is working with the city's Community Development and 1Berkshire to make a play for hundreds of manufacturing jobs to construct MBTA cars.
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4 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
As our new City Council sits down and negotiates a salary and a possible contract with City Manager Bernie Lynch, it should have some negotiating facts.
8 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
For the third time since becoming chairman of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, Stephen Crosby has raised eyebrows for an action - or a lack of action, in this case - that casts doubt on his integrity as a public servant.
Eight states in the Northeast -- but not Pennsylvania -- have petitioned the federal government to require upwind Midwestern states to reduce ozone-producing emissions that are damaging public health in the eastern half of the nation.
Senators Pat Jehlen and Katherine Clark, and Representative Jason Lewis are pleased to announce that Governor Deval Patrick has included $2.5million in the administration's 2014-2018 Capital Investment Plan to help the Town of Winchester pay for Aberjona River Flood Mitigation projects.
The town is making clear efforts to encourage its residents to utilize solar energy in the near future and has already received hundreds of positive responses.
Solar power installations in Massachusetts have increased 80-fold in just six years, outstripping state officials' goals and surprising many.
Flags will be at half staff through Monday to honor former South African president Nelson Mandela.
What is good for the moonbat gubernatorial primary might not be an asset for the general election.
Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick released his administration's seventh investment plan Wednesday, the Fiscal Year 2014 Capital Investment Plan, with investments in innovation, infrastructure and a focus on education in the Commonwealth.
After Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn toured the former industrial site in Everett where he was thinking of building a casino in November 2012, state gambling commission chairman Stephen Crosby didn't mention that one of the land owners was his former business partner.
Massachusetts has some of the most generous veterans benefits in the country, but Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke said the cost of supplying many of those benefits is falling disproportionately on communities like his.
Elizabeth Warren says she's not seeking presidency: The US senator, the center of speculation that she might run for president in 2016, said she would finish her term that ends in January 2019.
Receiving less state funds now than five years ago, communities have to find the revenue they need somewhere else.
With one decision, Charlie Baker solidified his campaign account and voter base.