Keller @ Large
The end of Gov. Deval Patrick’s term in office and the future of the Commonwealth was just some of the topics Patrick discussed with Jon Keller.
It has been four full months since the state started offering health insurance coverage on a website that conformed with changes in federal law. But many customers are still in limbo, including one local woman who has been struggling to find out if she is even covered at this point.
Were you one of those who enjoyed a good, sarcastic laugh at the expense of Atlanta-area residents over the monumental traffic gridlock they suffered the last couple of days during a freak southern snowstorm?
The 2014 race for governor, was just one of the topics candidate Joe Avellone discussed with Jon Keller on this week’s Keller @ Large.
A state representative convicted of assaulting his girlfriend has been brought to the Massachusetts Statehouse in handcuffs.
One minute we’re enduring the reality of winter together, one community committed to helping each other through it. The next, we’re at each other’s throats – or at least the throats of our civic leaders – over storm-related slights, real or imagined.
The snow, the ice, the cold and all the havoc they cause – we can get through it much more easily if we do it together and show just a little bit of concern for each other’s plight.
For many of us, especially those old enough to remember the 1960s, today will include some form of reflection on the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Some of the biggest issues that will play out at the State House this year have to do with labor laws.
Boston’s new mayor Marty Walsh and the future of city development were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday