Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Did the Patrick Administration break the law when it cut funding for school transportation last November?
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s final day in office was steeped in ceremony.
It’s inauguration day in Massachusetts. Republican Charlie Baker will be sworn in as the state’s next governor at noon.
Governors in the six New England states will be sworn in this week.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is leaving office next month after 8 years. Today we’re looking back at his record on education. Patrick instituted bold and controversial policies in the middle of his term, in part to close what’s called the achievement gap between students with different economic and racial backgrounds.
In his final days in office, Patrick is touting a record with quite a few accomplishments, and also its share of blemishes.
Massachusetts Senate President Therese Murray has helped engineer an orderly transition to her successor, Senator Stan Rosenberg, and managed to put an extensive chamber renovation plan, including funding, in place prior to her departure and in the midst of criticism of harmful cuts to state programs and services.
Patrick made the announcement in East Springfield, where a new $60 million plant would be built.
Gov. Patrick has clear views on the four ballot questions
Health officials, public safety personnel, cabinet secretaries and the mayor of Boston filed into a briefing room at Logan airport. They stood behind Governor Patrick, who told the public not to be alarmed.
Deval Patrick says he is studying the cases of three people recommended by the parole board.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is standing by UMass over the case of a student who worked as a confidential informant, before overdosing on heroin.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick says Boston was chosen to take part in a counter-terrorism initiative because of how the area’s law enforcement agencies responded to the marathon bombing.
Anti-addiction activists are calling for Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg to step down. They say her agency’s policies have contributed to a national epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse. That criticism is shared by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.