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A Boston Herald review finds that hundreds of state pensioners are bringing in six-figure benefits each year.
Advocates come together to let legislators know the water system needs funding to stay sustainable.
Three bills seeks now in the Joint Committee on the Judiciary would make public the names of lower-level sex offenders.
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Gov. Deval Patrick unveiled legislation on Wednesday that would tighten gun control laws in Massachusetts while increasing funding for mental health services and enhancing background checks. Is this sensible?
The law that goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2013 allows store owners to place scanners in the aisles, making shoppers do their own price checks, instead of individually marking each item.
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With trees, extra lights and candle in many homes this month, it's important to be aware of the fire hazards they present.
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If passed, the law would allow the public to access information about Level 1 sex offenders.
The governor and MEMA unveiled Ping4alerts! last week.
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