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Must-Reads

State Government IT Work Slowing Down “Dramatically” » State House News Service Since putting formal business on hold in mid-November for the holiday season, the House has held two formal sessions to conduct significant legislative business -- one to bid farewell to departing col…

Baker Transportation Borrowing Bill Moves Closer To House Vote » State House News Service "This is a big priority for many folks here in the building," Rep. Antonio Cabral, the Bonding Committee's chair, told the News Service after the unanimous committee vote. "This piece of legislation, …

Bloomberg nearly says he ‘bought’ House freshmen during debate » Boston Globe Bloomberg was speaking about how he spent $100 million to help Democratic candidates flip US House seats held by Republicans. He began to say “I bought,” before catching himself and saying “I go…

RI: R.I. General Assembly to consider competing plans to raise taxes on high-earners » The Associated Press (AP) A union-backed coalition held a news conference on Tuesday to kick off its campaign to generate $128.2 million in projected new state revenue by raising the top rate from 5.99% to 8.99% on adjusted gr…

OPINION: The Globe endorses Elizabeth Warren » Boston Globe (O)ne candidate stands out as a leader with the qualifications, the track record, and the tenacity to defend the principles of democracy, bring fairness to an economy that is excluding too many Americ…

Michelle Wu sees 'crisis of public trust' in wake of City Hall bribery scandal » Boston Business Journal City Councilor Michelle Wu, who clashed with the mayor last fall over the city's reaction to that scandal, this week said there are still too many unanswered questions regarding the scandal, and it’…

House Counsel Among Applicants for Top OCPF Job » State House News Service The bipartisan panel in charge of hiring the state's next top campaign finance regulator will choose from a pool of eight candidates who have applied for the job, including the top lawyer in the House…

Public safety secretary confirms MCI-Framingham to close » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER’S public safety secretary confirmed on Tuesday that MCI-Framingham, the oldest women’s penitentiary in the country, will be shuttered and prisoners eventually relocated to the B…

How 2020 Democrats' Health Care Plans Would Rock Hospital Budgets In Mass » WBUR Among the possible “winners” under “Medicare for All”: Cambridge Health Alliance, the only hospital in Massachusetts that made more money treating an elderly Medicare patient than a younger pe…

FL: 2 Florida Democrats sue to keep Sanders off primary ballot » Politico In the lawsuit filed Monday in circuit court in Leon County, the plaintiffs ask that Sanders be disqualified from the Democratic primary because he’s a declared independent.…

Sanders takes fire in an unruly debate that left no candidate truly enhanced » Washington Post The event did little to raise the confidence level of the Democratic voters who will be selecting a nominee to go up against President Trump.…

Dems, You Can Defeat Trump in a Landslide » New York Times “I want Amy Klobuchar as my vice president. Her decency, experience and moderation will be greatly appreciated across America and particularly in the Midwest. I want Mike Bloomberg (or Bernie Sander…

Columbia Gas of Massachusetts pleading guilty to federal charge after Merrimack Valley explosions; agrees to pay $53 million fine » Boston Globe Columbia Gas of Massachusetts has agreed to plead guilty to violating a federal safety law in connection with the catastrophic 2018 gas explosions in the Merrimack Valley that claimed the life of a te…

"Crazy, chaotic Democrat Debate last night. Fake News said Biden did well, even though he said half of our population was shot to death. Would be OVER for most. Mini Mike was weak and unsteady, but helped greatly by his many commercials (which are not supposed to be allowed)"

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News By Category
Beltway Politics

Raimondo stumps for Bloomberg in Boston » Taunton Gazette At lunchtime down the street from the State House, a few dozen politicians, lobbyists and activists crowded into a function room in the front room of Carrie Nation, a popular local bar and restaurant.…

Bernie Sanders draws fire in messy South Carolina Democratic debate » Boston Herald Bernie Sanders incurred the wrath of the Democratic dogfight in a debate Tuesday that quickly devolved into a melee as the Vermont senator’s six onstage rivals scrambled to blunt his rise one week b…

Elizabeth Warren needs to target Bernie Sanders, not Bloomberg, to stop campaign free fall » Boston Herald Elizabeth Warren got her YouTube moment by trashing Mike Bloomberg but she was going after the wrong Democratic rival.…

Scorecard: Grading the debate performance of the Democratic candidates » Boston Globe The South Carolina primary has traditionally been one of the last early states to vote before the onslaught of Super Tuesday, so it’s been home to many last-ditch political pitches and tricks.…

Rep. Joe Kennedy opens Senate campaign office in Springfield » The Republican Rep. Joe Kennedy III, who is running a tight Senate race against incumbent Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, has opened up his newest campaign office in Springfield.…

Here’s what made the Democratic debate in South Carolina seem so disorganized » Boston Globe Seven Democratic presidential hopefuls took the stage Tuesday night in the final debate before Saturday’s South Carolina primary vote and Super Tuesday. The night was defined by shouting, verbal jab…

Fact-checking claims from the Democratic debate in S.C. » Boston Globe The last debate before a crucial stage of the primaries was an often unruly affair as the Democratic presidential contenders powered past the moderators in a scramble to take credit and occasionally d…

Michael Bloomberg: From Medford kid to potential presidential contender » Boston Globe When Dorothy Rubin Schepps thinks of Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire media mogul and former New York City mayor, her mind always goes back to her honors literature class with Ms. Kathleen Sharkey, …

The GOP primaries: Bill Weld would restore principle to the party » Boston Globe For Republicans who still believe in the conservative principles that long defined the Grand Old Party, Donald Trump’s presidency has been a troubling time. He has jettisoned many of the precepts th…

We asked every Democratic presidential candidate the same reader question. Here’s what they said. » Boston Globe One question stood out to us. Jennifer Goldsmith, a resident of Brookline, wondered: “While we ask you about all range of policy positions, in reality most presidents are lucky to enjoy one single s…

How and why does the Globe endorse presidential candidates? » Boston Globe The editorial board is a group of opinion writers and editors, separate from the Globe newsroom, who take positions on events of the day and policies at the local, state, and national level.…

Business

Cashman: Beware of coronavirus gougers » Boston Herald Fears of coronavirus have hiked the demand for face masks — and the looming health crisis has brought out the gougers.…

Fairhaven, Mattapoisett and Dartmouth receive Seaport council grants » South Coast Today The Baker-Polito Administration has announced more than $2.9 million in Seaport Economic Council Grants to support nine projects in seven communities, including more than $1.4 million towards projects…

As stock slide continues, Mass. public companies lose billions » Boston Business Journal For the second day in a row, U.S. stocks plummeted on Tuesday due to fears of the spread of coronavirus.…

Want to grab a late-night taco in Boston? The neighbors won’t hear of it » Boston Globe El Jefe’s Taqueria founder John Schall is in a food fight with the City of Boston, and he doesn’t want it to play out quietly.…

Bicycle Therapeutics cuts $30 million deal with Roche subsidiary Genentech » Boston Globe Bicycle Therapeutics, a small British biotech that does its research and development in Lexington, will receive $30 million up front under a deal it struck with Swiss drug giant Roche’s Genentech su…

No Name restaurant’s liquor license, lease, wooden crustaceans will be auctioned off » Boston Globe The No Name restaurant will be sold off piece by piece on Thursdayat a public auction.…

Nubian Square study says better coordination needed to boost business » Boston Globe It has long been one of the most vexing questions in Boston’s development world: How to make Nubian Square — formerly known as Dudley — into a thriving neighborhood.…

Tango, Third Rock sign on to space in new Fenway lab building » Boston Globe In the latest sign of the Fenway neighborhood emerging as a life science hub, two big names in biotech are moving to a building under construction on Brookline Avenue.…

Civil Rights

AG Healey's office blocks accounts on social media, shields bad actors across state » Binj Last winter, Crit News was blocked by the Chicopee Police Department social media pages after we published articles critical of the department’s affiliation with anti-LGBTQ brand Chick-fil-A and its…

Education

Officials: Funding Fills Only Part of Path to Education Goals » State House News Service A poll the Rennie Center for Education Research and Policy released in December identified three top priorities New Englanders have around public education: changing school funding models, closing ach…

Two Mass. colleges offer to pull students in Italy after coronavirus outbreak » Boston Business Journal Citing coronavirus concerns, at least two Massachusetts colleges are offering students the option to return from studying abroad in Italy.…

Brockton schools a 'champion' in serving up breakfast for low-income students » The Enterprise Brockton Public Schools was recently announced a "champion" in the Massachusetts School Breakfast Challenge, for which 14 schools surpassed a goal set out by the state to have 80 percent or more of st…

City On A Hill Charter School Network Placed On Probation » WBUR The City on a Hill Charter School network is about to undergo yet another round of changes. On Tuesday, the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education unanimously voted to place the org…

Boston Latin Student Racial Representation Is 'Out Of Whack,' Says Paul Reville » WGBH Paul Reville, the former Massachusetts education secretary, joined Boston Public Radio on Tuesday to discuss the disproportionate racial representation at Boston Latin school. The enrollment of Black …

Early College Catching on With More Students » State House News Service Anna Ureña-Luna studies criminal justice at Salem State University. Zashari Sanchez, a high school student, just applied to a handful of colleges with hopes to work in law enforcement. High School so…

Environment

Lawmakers seek more info about capping ‘Foul Area’ in Massachusetts Bay » Boston Globe Three Massachusetts lawmakers are asking federal authorities for more information about the covering of a toxic waste site about 19 miles east of Boston Harbor known as “The Foul Area.”…

Gaming

Gaming Commission wants public input on Southeast casino » South Coast Today Massachusetts gaming regulators are looking for public input as they decide whether to re-open the application process to license a casino in southeastern Massachusetts.…

Health Care

Dana-Farber gets $26 million for research » Boston Globe Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has received $26 million for scientific research through a new “impact investing” partnership with the firm MPM Capital.…

Spilka: Senate Mental Health Bill Lays Foundation For Parity In Care » WGBH On Feb. 14, the Massachusetts Senate passed a mental health care reform bill that aims to ensure people have the same access to mental health care as they do physical care.…

Rep. Crocker to Serve on Pediatric Workforce Commission » Cape Cod Today House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) has appointed Representative William Crocker (R-Centerville) to serve on a special legislative commission that will explore ways to expand…

Warren Endorsed By MetroWest Officials Ahead Of Super Tuesday » Brookline Patch U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign on Tuesday released a long list of Massachusetts elected officials who have endorsed her, including many local and state elected officials in the Met…

Housing

Zoning board: More ‘checks and balances’ needed on short-term rental rules » Boston Herald The city’s controversial short-term rental regulations need more “checks and balances” to “protect residential neighborhoods” from landlords looking to cash in on platforms like Airbnb and V…

Mass. Home, Condo Sales Brisk in January » State House News Service Buyers picked up new single-family homes and condos in Massachusetts at an accelerated pace in January, despite a significant surge in median sale prices.…

Human Services

WWII vet fights for over year to get Lifeline phone reinstated » South Coast Today Gerald Messier does a lot of writing, having authored two books on his family's genealogy and currently working on a third.…

Immigration

Acting Boston ICE Director On Tactical Deployments, Collateral Arrests And His Problem With The Trust Act » WBUR For nearly two weeks, WBUR has been reporting on a number of specially trained officers and agents from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency working in Boston with local U.S. Immigratio…

Judiciary

How Clemency Works In Massachusetts » WGBH President Donald Trump recently issued a number of federal pardons, including to former Illinois Governor Rob Blagojevich, raising questions about clemency power and how it can be used on the federal …

Labor

Work for a new generation » Gloucester Times Sara Corchado probably didn’t expect to be thrust so prominently into the light on Tuesday, as the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute celebrated its collection of another hefty state grant and the…

GE's global headcount is down 30% since it moved to Boston » Boston Business Journal As of the beginning of 2020, General Electric is down to 205,000 employees worldwide, a reduction of 30% since the conglomerate first moved to Boston.…

Job losses stabilize at GE as selling spree comes to an end » Boston Globe At first glance, the job numbers sure look dire for General Electric. The company shed some 78,000 jobs in 2019, an eye-popping 28 percent decline. Global employment is now down to “only” 205,000.…

Legislative

Sen. Dean Tran reads to Gardner students at MOC Child Care and Head Start Services » The Gardner News A group of students at MOC Child Care and Head Start Services enjoyed a book reading from a special visitor on Monday, Feb. 24.…

Local Government

Sutton prepares for cyber threats » The Millbury Sutton Chronicle Sutton has received a $10,000 grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Technology Services and Security to improve awareness of and better prepare for cyber threats.…

Attleboro gets $50,000 grant to help fill downtown storefronts » The Sun Chronicle The state has awarded the city a $50,000 grant aimed at filling some downtown storefronts with start-up businesses.…

Mass. AG offers statement on municipal web outages » Wicked Local Beverly The Division of Open Government is aware of a web outage that is impacting municipal websites throughout the Commonwealth. We have received many questions about how a website outage impacts the Open M…

Williamsburg voters approve funding for public safety complex designs » Gazette Net Planning for a public safety complex took another step forward Monday night when voters approved funding designs for the project.…

Amherst councilors propose bylaws to enforce wage, labor laws » Gazette Net The Town Council is considering a package of bylaws that would give Amherst officials some oversight in making sure workers are getting minimum wage and that other labor laws are being followed, such …

Amherst Town Council moving to replace Nakajima on School Committee » Gazette Net For the first time under the town charter adopted nearly two years ago, the Town Council will be coordinating a process for replacing an elected member of a town board.…

Politics

Charlie Baker out to knock Trump, tax motorists to the max » Boston Herald Tall Deval has made it abundantly clear he’s salivating at the chance to screw the state’s motorists. And last week he was asked who he planned to vote for in the GOP presidential primary on Super…

Mary Burns for Republican State Committee » Sentinel & Enterprise The number one job of the State Committees is to get Republicans elected. The job is not glamorous – it takes devotion and hard work.…

Super Tuesday early birds get jump on voting in presidential primary » Boston Herald Super Tuesday early birds hit the polls Monday in what could help decide the red-hot Democratic race for president.…

Voters, campaigns gear up for Super Tuesday » Gazette Net As some Massachusetts Democrats begin to vote early before the presidential primary on Super Tuesday, campaigns and their supporters are making final pushes in an effort to win the state.…

Would-be Kennedy successors introduce themselves at 1st debate » WPRI.com Seven of the candidates seeking to replace Democratic Congressman Joe Kennedy III met Tuesday night for their first debate of the campaign, getting an early chance to differentiate themselves in a cro…

Read the full list of Elizabeth Warren’s Massachusetts endorsements » Boston.com As the Democratic presidential primary race turns to Massachusetts, rival campaigns have begun highlighting their support from the state’s elected leaders in an attempt to project strength in Sen. E…

The Republican war in Massachusetts » Sentinel & Enterprise There’s a war within the Republican party playing out here in Massachusetts. It began about two years after the first election of Gov. Charlie Baker.…

Public Health

Rep. Lewis: ‘Long way to go’ for reproductive justice in Mass. » Milford Daily News Massachusetts has “so much work yet to do” regarding reproductive justice and needs to update sex education in schools and expand abortion access, state Rep. Jack Lewis, D-Framingam told a public …

Recovery Coaches Offer Nonjudgmental Support To Fill Addiction Treatment Gaps » New England Public Radio Charlie Lopez and Susan Daley meet most Wednesday evenings at the Nest, a recovery meeting room in Belchertown, Massachusetts.…

Coronavirus vaccine ships from Mass. to National Institute » The Salem News A Cambridge-based company has shipped vials of its novel coronavirus vaccine, which were manufactured at a plant in Norwood, to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) for fur…

How are Massachusetts schools, universities dealing with coronavirus ? » Boston Globe Health authorities in Boston said Tuesday the coronavirus health risk to the general public remained low, even as school districts and universities in the region braced for the worst, following the US…

Public Safety

Boston moved up violence planning sessions after shootings: Walsh » Boston Herald A recent spate of killings has prompted Mayor Martin Walsh to move up the annual anti-violence meetings.…

In controversial police shooting, Rollins demonstrates transparency » Boston Globe Nearly three weeks after police shot and killed Juston Root in a confrontation that started at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins held a press conference Tuesday…

Mason: Law Updates Needed to Modernize State Police » State House News Service Ahead of Wednesday's hearing on Gov. Charlie Baker's bill to make structural changes at the Massachusetts State Police, MSP Superintendent Col. Christopher Mason has been busy meeting with lawmakers t…

State Finance

Trotsky: Talk Shifting to “Global Synchronized Slowdown” » State House News Service The $79 billion state pension fund posted investment returns of 16.5 percent last year, more than doubling the target return set by the Legislature, but the gains seemed a distant part of the story at…

State Government

Early Voting Underway In Massachusetts » WGBH Massachusetts voters began casting early ballots in the presidential primaries on Monday.…

Taxation

Rep. Dooley hosting senior circuit breaker tax seminars » Patriot Ledger State Rep. Shawn Dooley, R-Norfolk, is hosting a series of informational seminars on the Senior Circuit Breaker Tax Credit in March. Each seminar is free and open to all.…

Transportation

Transportation spending bill could emerge for House vote Wednesday » South Coast Today The House's long-awaited transportation revenue legislation will emerge "sooner rather than later," Speaker Robert DeLeo said Monday, while hinting that a mid-year spending bill could be on the agenda…

Gas tax, ride-hailing hikes and altering tolls all eyed in House traffic fix » Boston Herald A House transportation financing plan — being called a potential “generational change” for motorists — may include a gas tax hike, a bump in ride-hailing fees and altering tolls to encourage o…

Mass. RMV Said Woman’s Real Name Couldn’t Be on Her REAL ID » NECN When Elizabeth Bigelow George tried to renew her license at the RMV, everything went smoothly until there was a mix-up with her middle name…

Free public transit? Lowell and Fitchburg watching Lawrence and Worcester » Lowell Sun In an unusual move, the city of Lawrence announced in September it would pay the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority $225,000 from its free cash reserves to operate three bus routes free of ch…

East-west rail backers predict half a million commuter trips each year; MassDOT promises second look at ridership estimates » The Republican Better, faster east-west passenger rail service could attract more than a half million commuter trips a year, regional planners from across Western Massachusetts told MassDOT officials Monday, offerin…

Bill would make it easier for homeless to get state ID card » The Eagle Tribune A bill scheduled for debate by the Massachusetts Senate this week would make it easier for homeless families and young people to obtain state identification cards.…

MassDOT Says It Will Revisit Estimated Riders For East-West Rail Service » New England Public Radio After facing sharp criticism for low ridership estimates for east-west rail, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation says it will take a second look.…

Can We Ever Really Fix Bad Driving in Boston? » Boston Magazine The new hands-free driving legislation aims to stop people from using their phones, but it won't stop them from being jerks.…

Mayor Walsh: MBTA Investments Being Made, But No Overnight Fix » WBZ After a morning that saw major delays on the MBTA Commuter Rail and issues on the Red, Green, Blue, and Orange Lines, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ NewsRadio that relief was coming for the beleagu…

Cameras would watch for traffic scofflaws » Gloucester Times Surveillance cameras in nearly two-dozen states snap pictures of traffic scofflaws who speed, run red lights or pass school buses dropping off children. Massachusetts may soon join the list, though la…

It’s now drive hands free or pay the price » Lowell Sun It’s hard to discard old habits, but putting that cellphone down while driving better be at the top of your list.…

Gas, Corporate, TNC Taxes Anchor House Transpo $$$ Bill » State House News Service A 5-cent increase in the gas tax and higher corporate taxes will be the centerpiece of a major revenue bill that House Democratic leaders will ask legislators to vote on next week as part of a package…

Utilities

Feds: Columbia Gas to plead guilty to charges after 2018 explosions » Boston Business Journal Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, the utility whose gas lines exploded in 2018, damaging homes and businesses across in three Merrimack Valley communities, is pleading guilty to violating federal law, pr…

Columbia Gas Ordered Out of State, Hit With $53 Mil Fine » State House News Service Columbia Gas of Massachusetts and its parent company displayed "a pattern of flagrant organizational indifference" when it came to the safety of the natural gas distribution system, the FBI and U.S. a…

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Recipe of the Week

Ingredients

  • 6 tablespoons salted butter, divided
  • 1 pound sliced fresh button mushrooms
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 1 teaspoon kosher or sea salt, plus more to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • 2 cups whole milk or half-and-half
  • 1-1/2 cups sour cream, at room temperature
  • Garnish: chopped fresh parsley

Directions

Melt 3 tablespoons butter in a 4- to 5-quart heavy-bottomed pot over medium-high heat. Add mushrooms, onion, salt, and pepper, and cook, stirring often, until golden brown, about 15 minutes. Transfer to a bowl and set aside.

Reduce heat to medium and melt remaining 3 tablespoons butter. Add flour and cook, stirring, until glossy, about 3 minutes. Slowly drizzle in chicken broth and milk (or half-and-half), whisking as you go. Increase heat to a simmer and cook until mixture thickens, whisking often, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to medium-low, stir in the reserved mushroom mixture, and cook 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and add the sour cream.

Serve garnished with chopped fresh parsley.


Press Releases

Cities, towns confront unprecedented budget challenges » Mass. Municipal Association

Senator Markey and Congresswoman Pressley Lead Massachusetts Congressional Delegation in Demanding Answers from FEMA, White House Coronavirus Task Force about Lack of Transparency, Equity Regarding PPE Distribution » Senator Ed Markey

Kennedy Urges Three Key Reforms for Families, as Country Enters Pivotal Month in COVID-19 Response » Congressman Joe Kennedy III

Startups Nationwide to See Job Losses Absent Urgent SBA Rule Fix » TechNet

Trump Steers Toward Climate Catastrophe by Rolling Back Vehicle Standards » Union of Concerned Scientists

COVID-19 and Our Business: Guidance and Call to Action » Mass. Flower Growers' Association

Berkshire Medical Center Nurses Call for Universal N95 Masking for Frontline Staff and Outside Patient Triage Area in Face of High Risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Exposure » Mass. Nurses Association

COVID-19 Response: Supporting the frontline » Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

Baker-Polito Administration Announces New Actions To Expand Health Care Workforce, Other Actions To Support Providers, Business During COVID-19 » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

COVID-19 News and Updates » Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Physicians Call a National Day of Action to Demand ICE Release ALL Detained People » Mass. Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

Massachusetts Delegation Calls on Trump Admin. To Lift Visa Restrictions on Foreign Medical Professionals and Students to Help Fight Coronavirus Pandemic » Senator Ed Markey

Suspension of EPA enforcement puts our health at risk » Environment Massachusetts

Guest Post: Concerned About Youth Vaping at Home while Schools are Closed? » Office of State Senator Jason Lewis

Letter to Cape Cod Second Homeowners: » Cape Cod Healthcare

Massachusetts Announces State Income Tax Filing Deadline Being Extended to July 15 » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

AG Healey Advocates for Paid Sick Leave for Ride-Share Drivers During COVID-19 Pandemic » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

Baker-Polito Administration Reminds Public to Visit State Parks Responsibly » Mass. Department of Conservation and Recreation

Baker-Polito Administration Launches Online Portal for Personal Protective Equipment, Volunteers to Support COVID-19 Outbreak » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

The Arc’s COVID-19 Updates: The Arc Launches Weekly Webinar Series » The Arc of Mass.

Middlesex Sheriff’s Office COVID-19 Response – Update #11 » Middlesex Sheriff's Office


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