Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says a number of communities and the state are facing a road-salt shortage. Malloy says Connecticut expects a salt delivery within the next day or two, but he notes more snow is forecast for this weekend.
At the start of his final year in office, Patrick has faced crises with the state’s failing health insurance website, and at the Department of Children and Families over a missing 5-year-old boy.
Snow is piling up again, in a winter storm that the National Weather Service says won’t stop until Friday morning. Schools across the state are closed, including the University of Massachusetts.
The bill would lower tax rates for businesses with steady rates of employment and raise rates for those with high employee turnover.
Malloy has proposed a small tax refund for individuals, plus a cut in taxes for retired teachers, and a sales tax exemption for some clothing purchases and for non-prescription drugs.
The vote requires a simple majority to remove Rep. Carlos Henriquez from office. The last time a member of the House was expelled was 98 years ago.
Steven Glovsky is challenging Roche Brothers supermarkets. The grocery chain stopped him from collecting signatures when he was running for Governor’s Council in 2012.
Henry Epp reports on minimum wages in Mass., and how new legislation could affect servers and bartenders who live for tips, also, Nell Lake takes […]
Democratic candidates for Massachusetts governor say they would not vote to put casinos in their hometowns. The question comes as state regulators prepare to award […]
Gov. Deval Patrick is responding to a top Democrat and health care expert who sharply criticized the state’s handling of the broken Massachusetts Health Connector […]
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy on Thursday announced his plan for how the state’s estimated $500 million budget surplus should be used. Malloy is pushing for […]
The U.S. House passed legislation on Wednesday afternoon that would avert another government shutdown – at least for now.
Last week’s big snowstorm required a lot of cleanup across New England. In many places, property owners are required to shovel their sidewalks, but not in New Hampshire.
The federal government is discontinuing a program aimed at boosting partnerships to protect the nation’s rivers.
The University of Massachusetts has fired head football coach Charley Molnar after two years on the job.