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Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is heading out of the country on a trade mission to Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Patrick has said the goal of the nine-day trip is to expand opportunities for economic development and job creation in the
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is continuing his globe-trotting ways with another trade mission this time to Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Patrick said the goal of the nine-day trip from May 27 to June 4 is to expand opportunities for
This is a budget that reflects what is important to us, and allows a very good system to get better, Fleishman said. Mayor Setti Warren said the school budget addresses the big, huge enrollment growth that we are going to see over the next several
The panel will be moderated by Beau Stubblefield-Tave, principal of the Center for Culturally Fluent Leadership, and will feature Mayor Setti Warren; the Rev...Crowley, senior pastor of Myrtle Baptist Church; the church's worship and arts minister,
Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper and Miramar Mayor Lori Moseley are among seven U.S. mayors leaving Friday for a weeklong economic and cultural mission to Riyadh. The trip is at the invitation and expense of the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia. "
The race drew attention when the Globe reported in September that Galvin had avoided questions about his 2011 crash in a city-owned car after he had consumed alcohol, and that Flaherty had a criminal record and allegedly threatened to kill a business
We are currently doing unprecedented work on our infrastructure that includes thousands of feet of road repaving and sidewalk repair that will create complete streets to make our villages more bikable, walkable, accessible and safer, said Warren
Voters in several Massachusetts cities are heading to the polls to whittle down the number of candidates running for mayor. In Lawrence, Mayor William Lantigua faces five challengers in Tuesday's preliminary election, with the two top-vote getters
Ted Hess-Mahan, a former Warren supporter who has been an alderman for 10 years, was the first of the challengers to make official his bid for Newton's highest office, gathering enough signatures to secure his place on the ballot almost two weeks
When the Newton Cultural Center lost its office space after eight years, Newton Mayor Setti Warren had a solution that even Linda Plaut, the director of the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs hadn't thought of: Invite them to move into City Hall.