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A Boston Herald review finds that hundreds of state pensioners are bringing in six-figure benefits each year.
Some runners report getting their medals there as well.
The House proposal cuts out increased funding for early education, one of the centerpieces of Patrick's plan.
Dozens of elderly and disabled riders say the cuts would make the paratransit service too expensive to use.
Protesters urged lawmakers not to pass Gov. Patrick's proposed gun control bill.
The program aims to keep a closer look at who is using welfare, how it is being used and to restore public trust in the office.
Three bills seeks now in the Joint Committee on the Judiciary would make public the names of lower-level sex offenders.
Advocates come together to let legislators know the water system needs funding to stay sustainable.
The former Patriots quarterback was back in town today, not to reminisce about his days playing ball, but to change the way Massachusetts handles shipping wine.
The grounds were closed after Sept. 11, 2001, but Patrick has said he wants to make the State House's iconic statue of JFK available once more.
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