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Congresswoman Katherine Clark announced a bill aimed to assist domestic violence victims with pets.
Federal officials told Gov. Patrick this week they won't move forward with the previously-proposed program.
The weekly roundup from State House News Service.
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Somerville’s mayor is expected to limit the holding of undocumented immigrants by police.
Pre-construction activity for the Mass. Ave. redesign in East Arlington is expected to be evident next week.
Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department workers commended during National Correctional Officers Week.
The congresswoman’s new office is in Medford Square.
The new path, in Somerville and Cambridge, will create a continuous route from Bedford to Boston.
There have been four fatalities from heroin in Arlington since last October.
With the economic benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is our state next in line?
The state is sending an additional $118,000 to Arlington to help pay for repairing potholes.
The board did so in a unanimous vote.
The town’s annual Candidates’ Night is Thursday night at Town Hall.
A preview of what you’ll see at the polls on Saturday, April 5.
The state Department of Transportation called the president’s budget a “significant milestone” for the project.
The project had been estimated at about $6.8 million.
Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey has AG leading by 13 percent.