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BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey on Friday plans to ask state regulators to not only reject Eversource's request to boost its electric rates by $96 million but to also order that the utility decrease the rates it charges … more
BOSTON — The Massachusetts House and Senate scheduled formal sessions for Friday afternoon amid signs late Thursday pointing to a potential deal between Democratic … more
BRAINTREE — A 53-year-old Massachusetts hospital worker stepped forward Thursday to claim the biggest undivided lottery jackpot in U.S. history — $758.7 million — after breaking the news to her employer the way the rest of us only dream of: "I called and told them I will not be coming back." more
BOSTON — House Speaker Robert DeLeo has conceded that the House may be willing to move off its position that retail marijuana sales be taxed at 28 percent, and the Democratic leader remains hopeful that the panel negotiating a compromise pot … more
BOSTON — State and city officials on Monday denounced the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend and pledged to keep Boston safe during a planned rally this Saturday, while acknowledging they know very little about the … more
BOSTON — The emergence of the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl has been a "game changer" in the public health response to addiction and overdoses, former White House drug control czar Michael Botticelli said Wednesday. more
BOSTON — In a blockbuster announcement sure to send shockwaves through Beacon Hill, House Ways and Means Chairman Brian Dempsey is resigning from the Legislature to take a job at lobbying firm ML Strategies. more
BOSTON — State law does not permit officials to detain immigrants solely at the request of federal immigration officials, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday, putting up a legal barrier to a long-running component of immigration … more
SCARBOROUGH, Maine — The soft-shell clams that are harvested by hand and raked from the mud flats of Maine are becoming less plentiful, and the downward trend jeopardizes one of New England's oldest and most historic coastal industries.Maine … more
BOSTON — Home care aides work closely some of the state's most vulnerable people -- the elderly and the disabled. But those workers often leave the field after several years to find better paying jobs, and some say the state doesn't do enough … more
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