Friday, November 16, 2012
Governor Deval Patrick won't run again, and Lt. Gov. Tim Murray wants the job. So do Treasurer Steve Grossman and 2010 Republican candidate Charlie Baker. Who do you think should run for governor?
Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray could hold out any longer. On Thursday, he told the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce he'd like to be governor, according to WBUR. Mind you, he didn't say he would run, just that he wants to be governor. With the election two years away, starting an official campaign now would be a bit premature. But Murray's not alone. Governor Deval Patrick has said he will not run in 2014, leaving the door open for Murray and a host of other suitors to the office. State treasurer Steve Grossman and 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker have also expressed interest in a run in 2014. And it wasn't so long ago that Scott Brown was greeted with shouts of "Governor!" during is concession speech. Who do you …
Friday, May 25, 2012
Murray is visiting small businesses as part of the National Small Business Week.
Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray will be in West Roxbury at noon today to visit Seek Books. Murray is visiting small businesses across the Commonwealth, as part of National Small Business Week. Small businesses represent approximately 85 percent of the state’s total businesses and employ more than half of the total workforce in the state, according to a press release from the Lt. Gov's office.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Governor Councilor Kelly Timilty, of Roslindale, 49, passed away today.
Governor's Councilor Kelly Timilty passed away today at the age of 49, according to multiple media outlets. Timilty served under five governors as an elected official for District 2. She was a Roslindale resident. Through the years Timilty worked with countless elected officials and residents, some of who have offered comments on her passing: "Kelly was a wonderful person from a public service family through her family history," said West Roxbury District Councilor Matt O'Malley. "She loved Boston, she loved her entire district. She was accessible. She was funny. She was just really, really a kind, kind person. I always enjoyed seeing her and catching up and talking about her family. She was always interested in what I was doing and …
Monday, October 31, 2011
Tim Murray spoke to the breakfast crowd while four Boston City Councilors and State Rep. Ed Coppinger joined the Lieutenant Governor on stage.
Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray thanked local elected officials and lauded the state's economic and governmental strategies in the current economic climate at Ward 20 Democratic Committee Fall Breakfast Saturday morning, held at the function hall of the West Roxbury Pub & Restaurant. Murray's appearance, said state Rep. Ed Coppinger, D - West Roxbury, was very exciting for the Committee. "I think a lot of the times you see people on TV and you hear what they're saying, but it's not the same as meeting them face-to-face," he said. "Getting someone of his position to come to the community is huge." Murray spoke for about 15 minutes, with Coppinger and four Boston City Councilors joining him on stage. District 6 Councilor Matt O'…
Friday, October 28, 2011
Ghosts and goblins at several Halloween events tonight in West Roxbury.
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