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2015/07/02 13:55
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Driving in Massachusetts has always been pretty bonkers, but this is some next level aggravation. It’s August. Half the state is on vacation. These should be the days when your commute is carefree....
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2015/06/29 18:14
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BOSTON (AP) - The Registry of Motor Vehicles says it is once again experiencing technical problems. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation on Monday reported "intermittent service...
2015/06/29 00:17
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Ken Motta, senior project manager of Field Engineering, came before the Mattapoisett Conservation Commission on June 22 seeking an Order of Conditions for the massive culvert and road repair project...
2015/06/26 18:55
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If you went to the RMV in Massachusetts today, you may have noticed long lines and delays. “How is this news?” you might be asking. Anyone who’s ever tried to get a driver’s license knows that the...
2015/06/21 04:09
2015/06/21 04:09
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State DOT removing potentially hazardous ends of guardrails The state's highways are getting safer with the removal of potentially hazardous guardrail end terminals by the Department of...
2015/06/19 00:09
2015/06/19 00:09
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State DOT removing potentially hazardous ends of guardrails Posted Jun. 18, 2015 at 7:42 PM Posted Jun. 18, 2015 at 7:42 PM The state's highways are getting safer with the removal of potentially...
2015/06/12 09:13
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HOLYOKE, Mass. (AP) - A bridge connecting Chicopee and Holyoke that's been closed for nearly four years is open. The Willimansett Bridge officially reopened Thursday in front of a crowd. The project...
2015/06/11 19:50
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During the May 22 fiscal 2016 budget debate, in response to the failures of the public transit system this past winter, the Massachusetts State Senate unanimously adopted a bipartisan amendment...
2015/06/11 18:15
2015/06/11 18:15
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During a morning meeting on June 9, Mattapoisett Town Administrator Michael Gagne met with a group that included Brendan Annett, vice-president of Watershed Protection for the Buzzards Bay Coalition,...
2015/06/11 14:55
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What makes the potential South Boston location for a New England Revolution soccer stadium so attractive to the Krafts? The answer’s not a hard one: In large part, it’s access to public...
2015/06/09 17:55
2015/06/09 17:55
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Gov. Charlie Baker plans to keep the MBTA from shutting down in the face of winter weather, as it was wont to do earlier this year. Baker said Thursday that under a new proposal from his...
2015/06/06 00:02
2015/06/06 00:02
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Back in 1970 when the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration was established, local policymakers could choose whether or not to extend OSHA protections to state employees. Unfortunately,...
2015/06/05 15:15
2015/06/05 15:15
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The Marion Board of Selectmen met June 2 to discuss various topics including the appointment of a new assistant harbormaster, the search for a new fire chief, and updates on the bike path. The board...
2015/06/04 20:23
2015/06/04 20:23
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Gov. Charlie Baker has proposed a "resiliency plan" for the MBTA that he hopes will help avoid a repeat of the winter's transit meltdown. Here, a Green Line stop on the B branch was closed after a...
2015/06/04 19:25
2015/06/04 19:25
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Remember just a few short months ago, when the MBTA was all but not functional? (Actually, on some days, it plainly wasn’t.) The trains are running again—not necessarily well, but at least in that...
2015/06/04 19:25
2015/06/04 19:25
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Gov. Charlie Baker plans to keep the MBTA from shutting down in the face of winter weather, as it was wont to do earlier this year. Baker said Thursday that the state will put $82.7 million toward an...
2015/07/02 13:55
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