Massachusetts Democrats Narrow Governor Field To 3Massachusetts Democrats have narrowed their choice for governor to three, with state Treasurer Steven Grossman topping the balloting among delegates Saturday and Attorney General Martha Coakley narrowly edging out former federal health care administrator Don Berwick.
Mass. Treasury To Auction Off Abandoned PropertyThe state will auction off abandoned items from safety deposit boxes.
Former Candidate Threatens To Sue Mass. Treasurer Over Internet AdA former Republican candidate for state treasurer wants the Democrat who defeated her to remove from the Internet an old campaign ad about the way she influenced the distribution of Red Sox license plates.
Mass. Officials Put State's "Checkbook" OnlineTop officials unveiled a new website Monday to help the public track state spending.
Gov. Patrick Signs Pension Reform Bill Gov. Deval Patrick has signed into law an overhaul of the pension system for public employees.
State Pressing Court To Suspend DiMasi's PensionLawyers for Sal DiMasi are set to return to court for a hearing that will determine whether the ex-lawmaker loses his state pension following his conviction on federal corruption charges.
Mass. To Boost Lottery's Profile On Social MediaState lotteries across the country are increasingly turning to Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to connect with customers, a trend that Massachusetts Treasurer Steven Grossman said is one of his top priorities as he looks to boost sales in coming years.
Filings: Grossman Sought DonationsCampaign finance filings say Steven Grossman, who was elected Massachusetts treasurer last year, solicited campaign donations for the state Democratic Party from lawyers and executives of firms that have business before him, seek treasury work or are regulated by his office.