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Massachusetts Celebrates Agriculture Day at State House

(Boston City Hall Farmers Market, Courtesy of Mass Office of Travel & Tourism) The Massachusetts State House resembled a bustling farmer’s market today, as the Commonwealth’s diverse community of small farmers, food purveyors, farming cooperatives, seafood associations, academic programs and advocates gathered for the annual Massachusetts Agriculture Day. Nearly 600 […]

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Massachusetts Holds Tourism Workshop on Emerging Asia Markets

(Map Courtesy of Massport) In the 1990s, business forecasters predicted that tourism/hospitality would become the number one service industry of the 21st century. That prediction has come true, and today’s travel market continues to expand rapidly thanks to new technology, larger aircraft and more leisure time, plus the emergence of […]

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Seasonal direct flights between Boston & Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Starting in June

Caption: Gifrants, Haitian folk musician, performed at Logan Airport announcement of service to Haiti. (Photo: Courtesy of Massport) Boston’s Logan International Airport continues to expand its outreach around the world and across the nation, as Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) announced JetBlue’s new direct routes this summer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti as […]

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Massachusetts Senate Conducting “Commonwealth Conversations” in February & March

The Massachusetts Senate has launched a state wide listening tour called Commonwealth Conversations, a series of grassroots forums designed to connect state legislators directly with constituents to hear their ideas, concerns and suggestions. The series kicked off on February 4, 2015 in Western Massachusetts, and continues on Wednesday, February 11 […]

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Massachusetts Convention Center Authority Meetings to Generate $610 million economic impact in 2015

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) has a full slate of major meetings and conventions booked for 2015, which are projected to bring more than 900,000 attendees to Boston, generating 615,000 hotel room nights and $610 million in economic impact. James E. Rooney, executive director of the MCCA, says, “In […]

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