On the Republican ballot for the March 5 presidential primary, there will be down-ballot races to pay attention to, including the race for the Republican state committeewoman for the Worcester & Middlesex District.
Gov. Maura Healey said she is open to reforming the state-run shelter system in order to address capacity concerns amid an influx of migrants into Massachusetts, including by imposing “certain conditions or other things.”
On the Republican ballot for the March 5 presidential primary, there will be down-ballot races to pay attention to, including the race for the Republican state committeeman for the Worcester & Middlesex District.
FITCHBURG — Sen. John Cronin, Rep. Michael Kushmerek, and Rep. Margaret Scarsdale sent a letter to the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) Board of Commissioners urging the three-member panel to reject Unitil Corporation’s proposal to increase rates for Massachusetts customers. “Unitil is the most expensive, uncompetitive utility supplier in Massachusetts,” said Sen. Cronin. “Unitil’s exorbitant […]
PEPPERELL — Chief Todd Blain is pleased to report that a Police K-9 was able to successfully track a missing 5-year-old child on Tuesday, locating the girl safely after just 45 minutes. On Tuesday, Feb. 27, at approximately 3 p.m., the Pepperell Police Department responded to a residence in town for a report of […]
BOSTON — In South Carolina, former President Donald Trump notched another primary victory Saturday as he seeks the GOP presidential nomination, declaring afterwards that he has never seen Republicans “so unified.” But do Republicans here in Massachusetts feel like they are all completely in sync? While Trump appears likely to win over a majority of […]