Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate, and possibly their Republican counterparts, will debate at the University of Massachusetts Lowell on Monday, April 8.
MassINC and Transportation for Massachusetts will hold a public forum and panel discussion on regional transportation investments in Massachusetts Gateway Cities Tuesday, April 2 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Hartleb Technology Center (Room 103AB) on the Haverhill campus of Northern Essex Community College, 100 Elliott St.
State transportation advocates are worried that the SouthCoast commuter rail project could be dead in the water if the Legislature does not approve Gov. Deval Patrick's proposed income tax increase.
We’re about a month away from the April 30 primaries in the Massachusetts special Senate election, and Rep. Ed Markey continues to hold a significant-but-not-insurmountable lead over Rep. Stephen Lynch on the Democratic side.
A new report on state criminal justice says Massachusetts needs to reconsider its two-decade old approach to mandatory sentencing and lengthy incarceration for many crimes or be prepared to spend an additional $2 billion over the next decade on its growing prison population.
The good news for U.S. Senate front-runners -- Democrat Ed Markey and Republican Michael Sullivan -- is a double-digit lead over their rivals.
The five candidates hoping to fill the seat of former U.S. Sen. John Kerry faced off in a live television debate Wednesday night. As the candidates from each party sought to win over voters — or just gain some name recognition – clear differences emerged.
Democratic and Republican candidates for U.S. Senate are hoping to warm up to the cameras -- and, more importantly, the electorate -- when they face off in the first of their televised debates tonight.
Candidates for the state’s special Senate election are scheduled to meet Wednesday for the first televised debates of the campaign, back-to-back, half-hour sessions, between the Republicans and then the Democrats.