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The bid was least popular in the Boston area, according to the poll. Pollster Tim Vercellotti says the difference could be because western Mass. residents would be close enough to attend an Olympic event, but not so close that they’d have to deal every day with the crowds and traffic.
The town refused to pay any part of her health insurance in retirement because she’d only worked there for six years. So Galenski had to cover the entire bill: about $1,200 a month.
The letter is a first-hand account of the Shays’ Rebellion attack on the Springfield Armory.
Tom Waddell was an Olympian, doctor and civil rights activist. Most notably he founded the Gay Games in the early 1980’s.
Westover ARB is among four installations chosen as a possible site to house the Air Force’s newest air refueling tanker
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been formally sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murder.
Deval Patrick on Tuesday started a new job at Bain Capital, the Massachusetts-based investment firm founded by his predecessor in the governor’s office, Mitt Romney. Patrick has stood up for the company in the past.
Legislators and some electricity providers say Massachusetts regulator were right to eliminate a rule which caused customers to face retroactive rate hikes.
Students of color are suspended at rates higher than their representation in the student body, and some think the disparity comes down to subconscious beliefs. The district says it’s putting in place several measures to address the issue.
A group of Claremont residents want their town to host a long-running pumpkin festival after Keene officials denied a permit for its organizers
Massachusetts residents who read closely may notice something odd in their paperwork: it’s called the optional income tax rate and it’s exactly what it sounds like. Instead of 5.2 percent, you can opt to pay the state 5.85 percent.
The Holyoke council voted almost a month ago to send the letter, with Council President Kevin Jourdain telling the Republican newspaper he expected to draft and mail it the following week.
Lawmakers in the Massachusetts House plan to release their version of the state budget this week. Gov. Charlie Baker has already introduced a $38 billion budget for fiscal 2016.
Holyoke, Mass. Police Chief James Neiswanger today responded to a vote of “no confidence ” from members of the patrolmen ‘s union, one of three unions at the department.