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5 Things Spring in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism offers great ideas for visitors to the Commonwealth this spring: flower shows and botanical gardens; outdoor hikes and scenic jaunts; road races and marathons; and special holidays, including Passover & Easter, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, and Patriots Day, Memorial Day and Bunker […]

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Massachusetts Seaport Economic Council Awards $5 Million to 13 Communities

Port of New Bedford.  Photo courtesy of New Bedford Tourism & Marketing Office.  Earlier this month, the Baker-Polito Administration’s Seaport Economic Council announced a total of $5 million in awards for 13 coastal communities. The grant awards advance collaborative initiatives to improve public infrastructure and promote maritime economic development in […]

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Governor Baker announces budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2018

(Photo courtesy of State House News) The Baker-Polito Administration filed its Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) budget proposal on January 25, 2017. The $40.508 billion spending plan funds key priorities including local aid, education, workforce development, housing and homelessness services, and substance misuse prevention programs, while keeping spending in line with […]

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Love Winter in Central Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism has put together a timely initiative called Love Central Massachusetts, to remind visitors of all that the region has to offer this season. “Central MA is serving up a healthy dose of TASTY, SPORTY, and CRAFTY offerings that will make your winter getaway […]

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Massachusetts Senate Hosting Commonwealth Conversations 2017

The Massachusetts Senate is hosting its annual Commonwealth Conversations, a state wide listening tour of grassroots forums designed to connect state legislators directly with constituents to hear their ideas, concerns and suggestions. The series kicks off on Tuesday, January 31 in the Metro Boston region, and continues through Tuesday, April […]

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