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Michael Joyce Playground in South Boston Getting $1 Million Renovation

The Baker-Polito Administration recently announced several investments to the state parks systems’ Old Harbor Reservation area in the City of Boston’s South Boston neighborhood. The investments represent continuing efforts to enhance state park properties throughout the Commonwealth, In partnership with the Colin’s Joy Project and the Joyce Family, the Michael Joyce […]

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State Agricultural Officials Announce Winners of 2022 Massachusetts Tomato Contest

Massachusetts agricultural officials joined tomato farmers from across the state this week on the plaza of the Boston Public Market in Haymarket Square for the Commonwealth’s 37th Tomato Contest. Designed to increase awareness of locally grown produce, this year’s contest drew 95 entries from 18 farms across the state. The […]

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Check out the New Massachusetts Lighthouse Trail

Since the 1700s, dozens of lighthouses have dotted the Massachusetts coastline and captured our imagination with tales of seafaring and adventure.  As part of the Your Massachusetts regional travel campaign, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) launched the Massachusetts Lighthouse Trail to celebrate National Lighthouse Day on Sunday, August 7, 2022. “Massachusetts is home to […]

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Massachusetts Announces $2.2 Million in Capital Grants to 20 Tourism Destinations

The Baker-Polito Administration recently announced $2.2 million in grants to 20 recipients as part of the Destination Development Capital grants, a program created through the economic development bill signed into law by Governor Baker in 2021. Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito and Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism Executive Director Keiko Matsudo […]

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