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Gov. Deval Patrick and Senate President Therese Murray light the menorah at the State House in 2011. (WBZ-TV)

Lighting Of State House Menorah To Mark Start Of Hanukkah

The lighting of the 18-foot menorah marks the arrival of Hanukkah.

12/16/2014

A time capsule from 1795 is extracted from the State House (Carl Stevens/WBZ)

Crews Extract 1795 Time Capsule From State House

A more than 200-year-old time capsule was extracted from the Massachusetts State House Thursday afternoon.

12/11/2014

Massachusetts State House. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Large Police Presence At State House For Tactical Response Drill

A tactical response drill will take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the State House.

11/29/2014

Demonstrators protest the Ferguson decision outside the State House. (WBZ-TV)

Fires In Ferguson, Peaceful Protest In Boston

While there were fires, violence and looting in Ferguson, Missouri early Tuesday morning, there was peaceful protest in Boston.

11/25/2014

MBTA Officer Richard Donahue was among those awarded with the state's Medal of Honor. (WBZ)

25 Officers, 1 Brave K-9 Honored With Hanna Award

Some who received the state’s Medal of Honor were involved in the manhunt and capture of the suspects involved in the Boston Marathon bombings.

WBZ-TV–11/19/2014

The unmarked Freedom Trail outside the State House. (WBZ-TV)

Keller @ Large: Freedom Trail Confusion A Sign Of Complacency

Maybe we could have spent $11,298,000 on the governor’s office instead, and thrown a couple grand at the signage problem.

08/08/2014

(Photo credit: Andrea Courtois)

Massachusetts Senate Begins Debate On Sweeping Gun Control Bill

The Massachusetts Senate has begun debating a sweeping overhaul of the state’s gun laws.

07/17/2014

(Photo credit: Andrea Courtois)

Few Challengers For Mass. Legislature

Candidates for nearly half of the seats in the 200-member Massachusetts Legislature are facing no opposition in this year’s election.

05/29/2014

Massachusetts State House. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Lawmakers Weigh Parole For Young Murder Convicts

Relatives of murder victims are among those asking a legislative committee to approve a bill that would require juveniles convicted of first-degree murder to serve at least 35 years before they can be eligible for parole.

05/14/2014

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Senate To Unveil Massachusetts Budget Plan

State budget deliberations are set to resume on Beacon Hill as lawmakers wrestle over details of a proposed $36.2 spending plan for the July 1 fiscal year.

05/10/2014

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