The birth of the Monomoy Regional High School is tangible now. The foundation is poured, the girders will be arriving soon and the track and synthetic-surface multipurpose field are taking shape.
In light of stronger than anticipated tax collections through April and under pressure from lawmakers, the Patrick administration announced Friday it would restore $20.8 million in spending to the fiscal 2013 budget, including outlays that cover special education costs and reimbursements to cities and towns for regional and homeless student ... (more)
The U.S. Attorney in Boston has given notice in a pending civil case that his office is still actively investigating allegations concerning the drug compounding firm blamed for a nationwide fungal meningitis that has taken the lives of 15 Tennessee patients and sickened 152.
A new marketing outlet for Massachusetts fruit and vegetable growers is coming to downtown Boston.
An estimated 6,000 people gathered at the State Capitol where Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed the gay marriage bill, Tuesday, May 14, 2013, in St.
Every Friday, GoLocalWorcester takes a look at who's rising and falling in the Massachusetts political world.
Reuben Kantor, who worked for Ross when Ross served as city council president, sent out e-mail today announcing he'll be working as Bill Walczak's campaign manager: I got my start in Boston politics back in 2005 when I became the Boston organizer for another first time candidate for office - Deval Patrick.
AYER/SHIRLEY -- One day after Ayer Town Meeting voted not to approve the Ayer-Shirley Regional School Committee's $22,997,118 budget, at its request, the School Committee unanimously voted to recertify its budget for the same amount.
Given that Eric Holder has served the longest on Barack Obama's Cabinet, it's not exactly unusual that rumors would arise in a second term that the Attorney General might head out to pasture sometime soon.
The Massachusetts State Senate Ways & Means Committee released a budget proposal Wednesday just shy of $34 billion for fiscal year 2014 that falls short of several of Gov.
SouthCoast communities could see an increase of about 50 percent in local funds for road and bridge improvements in the upcoming fiscal year, area legislators said.
The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the ongoing commitment to expanding opportunities for economic development and job creation between Massachusetts and Ireland.
A revised casino agreement between Gov. Deval Patrick and the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is facing tough questions from a legislative committee.
Senate budget officials on Wednesday will present plans for state spending of $33.9 billion in fiscal 2014, an annual budget that relies on $430 million in new taxes tied up in a separate transportation financing bill.