Gov. Deval Patrick is reassuring Massachusetts residents after the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. was being treated in Texas.
The Boston Herald issued an apology Wednesday for a political cartoon mocking President Obama and the Secret Service security failures.
First of all, there are two chances that Gov. Deval Patrick will be nominated to succeed Eric Holder as attorney general: slim and none. And slim isn’t answering his phone.
Three Afghanistan National Army officers who went missing while in a training exercise at a Cape Cod military base were found at the Canadian border.
Gov. Deval Patrick has announced changes in the leadership of the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board.
What is it in the water here that makes every moderately-successful political figure picture themselves in the Oval Office?
The two governors said in a joint statement Friday they are optimistic a deal will be reached to sell the company to fired CEO Arthur T. Demoulas and restore him on an interim basis.
The governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire are trying to broker a deal to bring the Market Basket standoff to an end.
Friday is the latest deadline set by Market Basket for employees who walked off the job at the company’s headquarters and warehouse to return to work, or risk losing their jobs. They’ve been protesting for four weeks, demanding the reinstatement of former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
This follows comments from Governor Deval Patrick on Wednesday, who spoke with the Board of Directors and with Arthur T, and said both sides are close to reaching a deal. He also said it’s within the power of protesting employees to stabilize the company by going back to work.
Very few things in life are explainable in simple black and white terms, and boy is that ever true of the whole Market Basket fiasco.