Gov. Deval Patrick
Gov. Deval Patrick is putting the finishing touches on his State of the State address.
Gov. Deval Patrick said he’s not interested in running for vice president in 2016 — even if Hillary Clinton calls.
Gov. Deval Patrick has postponed his final State of the State address.
More than 400 eighth graders representing the commonwealth’s 351 cities and towns launched their year of service Saturday in Boston as Project 351 ambassadors.
A “fresh set of eyes” might be necessary to review the state’s child welfare agency in the wake of the disappearance of a 5-year-old Fitchburg boy, Gov. Deval Patrick said Wednesday.
For the first in more than six years, the monthly unemployment rate in Massachusetts is higher than the U.S. rate.
Firefighters from 18 Massachusetts communities have been honored for their service by Gov. Deval Patrick and other state officials.
Late night service is returning to the MBTA.
With another community saying no to casinos, Governor Deval Patrick says the state’s casino law is working as it was designed.
Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor-elect Martin Walsh are promising a strong partnership as Walsh prepares to take over at City Hall.