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BOSTON — The USS Constitution, the world's oldest commissioned warship still afloat, will return Sunday to Boston's waters.The undocking of the "Old Ironsides" will mark the end of restoration work that started two years ago, officials said. A … more
CONCORD, N.H. — Four colleges in three New England states are working together to train students and make it easier for them to create programs for their region's growing green building and resilient design industries.The Ecovation Hub … more
BOSTON — Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has delivered an ultimatum of sorts to Democrats on health care.He's asked the Legislature to act within 60 days on a package of changes he's proposed in the state's Medicaid program, known as … more
ESSEX — "Hang Up On Fraud."The sign board greeting those driving into Essex and to Cape Ann on John Wise Avenue, Route 133, has had many scratching their heads since it went up."A simple message on the board — 'Hang Up On Fraud.' I want … more
CARLISLE — A Massachusetts librarian on her first day on the job has come across live military shells from the Civil War inside a closet in her new office.Gleason Public Library director Abby Noland tells The Boston Globe she found the shells … more
LAWRENCE — House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday pitched Republican plans for overhauling the nation's tax code at a shoe factory, as demonstrators outside protested the GOP agenda of scrapping former President Barack Obama's health care law and … more
BOSTON — In 2004, Dudley police investigated what they believed to be a crime: a sexual relationship between a 30-year-old English teacher and a 16-year-old boy who was her student.It was not a crime, Dudley Police Chief Steven Wojnar told the … more
BOSTON — State House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement Monday on a revamped version of Massachusetts' voter-approved marijuana law that would allow retail pot sales to be taxed at a maximum 20 percent rate.The deal was struck … more
BOSTON — Requesting a public health assessment and thorough airing of public safety concerns, Gov. Charlie Baker has directed state agencies to investigate issues raised by opponents of a controversial natural gas compressor station planned … more
WORCESTER — University of Massachusetts undergraduates will pay an average of $416 more per year for in-state tuition this fall under a hike trustees approved Monday.The roughly 3 percent increase will bump the average in-state undergraduate … more
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