“Nobody knew what the hell was going on,” Thomas Murray, president of the union representing commuter rail workers, said when discussing the recent rail and mechanical problems.
The city of Springfield is asking the state’s highest court to keep a proposed repeal of the Massachusetts casino gambling law off the November state ballot.
According to the study, “The rate of divorce was 2.5 times higher for those in remarriages versus first marriages. And the divorce rate declined as marital duration rose.”
Jon Keller looks for relief from the campaign trail at the movies, and only finds more real life angst.
Jon tackles the ‘burning up’ political hot stove.
Jon writes to Mother Nature
WBZ’s political analyst, Jon Keller, speaks about the political difficulties facing President Obama.
Jon Keller welcomes President Obama to Martha’s Vineyard.
Jon Keller considers the dangers of posting critical remarks on Facebook.
WBZ’s political analyst, Jon Keller, talks about the apparent suicide of the so-called “Craigslist Killer”, Philip Markoff.