Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Massachusetts Files Economic Development Legislation Providing “Opportunities for All”

The Baker-Polito Administration filed legislation this week entitled An Act to Provide Opportunities for All. The bill outlines investments of up to $918 million in capital funding for local infrastructure, Brownfields site cleanup, Gateway Cities development, development site assembly and site readiness, smart growth housing, workforce development, emerging technologies, and […]

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Governor Baker Announces $83.5 Million for Career Vocational Technical Education

The Baker-Polito Administration is ramping up its support of career vocational technical education, with $83.5 million worth of new initiatives being proposed between the Governor’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 budget recommendation and new capital grant funding. “With too many good-paying jobs going unfilled, we are pleased to announce this critical […]

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16 Top Sporting Events in Massachusetts in 2016

(Caption: Polartec Big Air at Fenway Park) Massachusetts is a powerhouse when it comes to sports. Since the 19th century, when amateur and professional sports became one of America’s abiding passions, the Bay State has been at the forefront of producing great athletes and great sports teams. Just a few […]

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Massachusetts Launches Comprehensive Digital Health Initiative

(Governor Baker at Children’s Hospital.  Photo & video courtesy of State House News Service) Last week, Governor Charlie Baker joined public officials and business leaders from the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership (MACP) at Boston Children’s Hospital to announce a comprehensive public- private partnership designed to accelerate the competitiveness of the Commonwealth’s […]

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Massachusetts Farms Receive Grants to Strengthen Infrastructure

Five Massachusetts farms have been awarded $400,000 in total grant funding for infrastructure improvements through the state’s Agricultural Preservation Restriction (APR) Program. Established in 2009, the APR Improvement Program (AIP) is funded by the federal Farm and Lands Protection Program and is administered by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources […]

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