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Sal DiMasi answers questions outside federal court, June 15, 2011. (Photo by Bernice Corpuz)

Convicted DiMasi Could Lose State Pension

Former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi could lose his $5,000 a month state pension.


Mass. Treasurer Steve Grossman

Grossman Accuses Bank Of Overcharging State Pension Fund

Massachusetts will try to recover millions of dollars in losses, after a big financial institution reportedly overcharged the state’s pension fund.


Gov. Deval Patrick (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Patrick Proposes Overhaul Of Mass. Pension System

Gov. Deval Patrick is recommending the state increase the retirement age for state workers, end retirement subsidies and eliminate “double-dipping” by elected officials.


James V. DiPaola (credit:

DiPaolo Says “No” To Lucrative Pension Loop Hole

The sheriff from Middlesex County who was elected to a new six year term just a few weeks ago has announced he is retiring.


James V. DiPaola (credit:

Middlesex County Sherriff To Resign

Middlesex County Sheriff James V. DiPaola says he will resign in January, two months after winning re-election, rather than take a pension in addition to his salary.


Retirement board to repay, appeal DiMasi pension

  The State Board of Retirement, in a split vote, decided Thursday to repay nearly $50,000 in pension money it withheld from former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi, while also appealing a court’s order to do so […]


State mulls another run at DiMasi's pension

The State Retirement Board is weighing whether to appeal a court decision ordering it to resume pension payments to former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi.