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Congresswoman Katherine Clark announced a bill aimed to assist domestic violence victims with pets.
The weekly roundup from State House News Service.
Federal officials told Gov. Patrick this week they won't move forward with the previously-proposed program.
The bill was formulated in response to the high-profile case of Jared Remy.
State House News Service's recap and analysis of the week in state government.
5th CD Rep: "The offer to help children in crisis is reflective of our proud history and the generous nature.”
The Lexington physics teacher will not be allowed to return to the public schools.
Diamond Middle School will get new outside lighting, thanks to a state grant.
With facility improvements of aging systems, as well as updates to bring it up to code and add accessibility, and a whole range of updates, the cost of the project is approximately 8.6 milli
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Project will replace two deficient bridges carrying traffic over I-95.
The contractor is beginning construction, including clearing trees and shrubbery, digging test pits, surveying, and erosion control
The legislation would also allow any eligible inmate to apply for MassHealth benefits while incarcerated so their insurance would be immediately activated upon release from prison.
The town is looking for feedback - from you.
The contractor begins preliminary work in late June to prepare for construction.
Caregivers say the new company has caused a decline in care.
Applications for the current vacancy will be received until June 20, 2014.
"If we make this goal, Astrum Solar has agreed to give both Lexington and Bedford a $12,500 solar array on the building of their choice."
Lexington is taking care of vegetation concerns.