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Latest Deval Patrick Items
Led by Massachusetts, legislators and state officials across New England are lining up behind casinos as the heart of American puritanism eyes a transition into the Las Vegas of the Northeast.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a sweeping reform of Massachusetts' alimony system that activists are praising as bringing rational criteria to a hodgepodge system and for ending "alimony-until-death" payments.
The nation's first offshore wind farm enjoys high-profile federal and state backing, but it hasn't been able to win over one important party: the second-largest utility in Massachusetts.
Today is World Car-Free Day. Organizers say the purpose of the celebration is "to remind the world that we don't have to accept our car-dominated society." No one cares whether these hippies drive or not, but the danger is they don't want anyone else to have a car either.
Massachusetts is one step closer to giving gamblers the ultimate jackpot: casinos within the Bay State's borders.
A day after enlisting veterans to help him fight congressional Republicans for a second economic stimulus plan, President Obama joined forces with big labor and big business Wednesday to pressure lawmakers for more spending on federal construction projects.
The Rev. Michael Wenning, who was Ronald and Nancy Reagan's longtime pastor at Los Angeles' Bel Air Presbyterian Church and presided over the 40th president's sunset burial, has died. He was 75.
The Rev. Bob Marrone was pained to see the steeple of his 137-year-old church shattered and strewn on the grass in the central town of Monson, yet he knows he's more fortunate than some of his neighbors who lost their homes after tornadoes tore through the state, killing at least three people and injuring about 200.
Some of the Republican presidential hopefuls are calling for President Obama to release photos that prove U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden during a covert raid in Pakistan.