March 22, 2014 The National Dominican Student Association will be celebrating its 8th National Student Conference and for the very first time, they are doing it in Cambridge Massachusetts. Harvard University will be hosting this […]
Police chiefs in 54 Massachusetts communities have signed an agreement that makes it easier for officers in one community to cross town lines while responding to legitimate law enforcement emergencies in another jurisdiction.
Bills that aren’t recommended by committees by Wednesday face a slim chance of becoming law in the session that ends July 31.
Massachusetts lawmakers are taking advantage of St. Patrick’s Day to hold a hearing on a series of “green bills” related to the environment.
After decades as a largely behind-the-scenes Democratic power broker, Steven Grossman gained his first personal political victory in 2010 when he was elected Massachusetts treasurer. Four years later, the Newton resident is banking on liberal values, deep party ties and fundraising prowess to propel him into the governor’s office.
March 15, 2014 A group of non-profit organizations are pushing to pass a new bill that promises to make Massachusetts streets a lot safer. It’s called the Safe Driving Bill and if passed, Massachusetts will […]
Gov. Deval Patrick is set to celebrate the opening of the renovated Yawkey Commuter Rail Station, a development that has paved the way to double service along the 44-mile line running from Worcester to Framingham.
An alpine monoskier from Wenham, Mass., has won a bronze medal at the Paralympics in Sochi.
Mark Fisher makes no apologies for being a tea party member or for his belief in a minimalist government even while running for office in a state where many Republicans prefer to stay closer to the political center.
Bay State officials are considering leasing technology from states whose health care websites are working.