Gov. Deval Patrick
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says he hopes the national focus on police killings of unarmed black men leads to “a broader and deeper understanding.”
Actor Mark Wahlberg’s plea for a pardon has focused fresh attention on excusing criminal acts — something governors rarely do because it’s so politically risky.
Massachusetts officials have their sights on a plan to use private-sector funding to help reduce the number of chronically homeless people in the state.
Outgoing Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick told NBC’s “Meet the Press” Host Chuck Todd Sunday he will not be running for president in 2016.
Massachusetts residents hoping to find health insurance can begin searching the state’s revamped health care website.
The families of two fallen Boston firefighters accepted posthumous medals of honor from Gov. Deval Patrick.
A published list offered 65 candidates to run for President, though none of them grabbed the attention of Jon Keller.
Gov. Deval Patrick is reassuring Massachusetts residents after the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. was being treated in Texas.
Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh have announced that the city’s Allston neighborhood will get a new commuter rail station.
Gov. Deval Patrick said a number of factors, including the handling of a case involving his brother-in-law, led to the decision to dismiss two top officials at the state’s sex offender registry board.