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It seems as if Deval Patrick has the gubernatorial equivalent of senioritis: The closer he gets to the end of his term, the harder it is for him to concentrate on what's on his desk - and during spring break season, warmer southern climates beckon.
Why has Gov. Deval Patrick been spending so much time in Worcester? Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce President Timothy P. Murray said he believes Mr. Patrick has visited the city more than any other governor in his lifetime.
The governor is planning to lead a delegation of state officials and business leaders on a weeklong trip to Panama City and Mexico City.
Why on Mother Earth are Secretary of State John Kerry, Gov. Deval Patrick, and Sens. Edward Markey and Elizabeth Warren making climate change a top priority, when Massachusetts has a Health Connector website that's ranked worst in the country? If that's not bad enough, the state's Department of Children and Families is in crisis, 250,000 Bay ... (more)
Gov. Deval Patrick's upcoming trade mission to Latin America sprang from a new airline's arrival at Logan Airport, and the governor is hoping it will end with another airline joining the crowd.
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen is calling on newly announced Republican challenger Scott Brown to sign the same pact in New Hampshire that helped prevent outside groups from pouring money into his last Massachusetts Senate election.
Four years later, the Newton resident is banking on liberal values, deep party ties and fundraising prowess to propel him into the governor's office.
Gubernatorial candidate Juliette Kayyem is confident her name will appear on the Democratic primary ballot in September, and at that point she believes her message will resonate loudest with voters.
Gov. Deval Patrick, who staked out $1.9 billion as the amount of revenue needed at the start of last year's tax debate, said he will try to broker an agreement on a minimum wage increase rather than aligning with one of the proposals.
Three molten radioactive cores are still missing, four explosions have wracked the infrastructure, 300 tons of radioactive water pour daily into the sea, the improvised tank farm leaks and is running out of space, tens of thousands of spent fuel rods are strewn around the site, the mafia permeates the work force, tens of thousands of refugees grow ... (more)
Giving companies like Nuclea Biotechnologies seed money to grow is exactly how Gov. Deval Patrick believes he is "intentionally" creating jobs in the life science field.
Hundreds of young people stormed downtown Boston yesterday afternoon, rallying for the allocation of more funds to youth employment programs that create jobs for students.
An independent group that has been examining the child welfare system in Massachusetts is expected to issue its first recommendations.
The Legislature has approved a bill authorizing the state to borrow up to $177 million dollars to upgrade the state's military installations.
Patrick said the one-year trial will apply to all four subway lines on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and 15 major bus routes.