Democratic US Reps Ed Markey and Stephen Lynch are the main declared candidates so far.
State will spray for infected mosquitoes
Aerial spraying will begin in 11 Southeastern Massachusetts communities to target mosquitoes carrying Eastern equine encephalitis.
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Death by inspection
How a perfectly useful car met an unnecessary and wasteful end.
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Advocates, families fight jail phone fees
Inmate advocates, public defenders, prisoners, and their families say outside vendors charge astronomical costs for calls, in some cases $10 for just a few minutes.
Few Massachusetts spectators expected at London Olympics
The Olympic torch lands in London in two weeks, but don’t expect many Massachusetts spectators to make the journey.
Alben to be named head of Mass. State Police
Governor Deval Patrick is expected to name Timothy P. Alben to replace outgoing Colonel Marian McGovern.
Medical marijuana question on Mass. ballot in November
State voters will have a chance this fall to weigh in on contentious issues such as medical marijuana, “aid in dying”, and the “right to repair” bill.
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Brookline considering a ‘Dukakis Plaza’
Brookline officials are considering renaming the plaza in front of Town Hall after former Massachusetts Governor and Democratic nominee for President Michael Dukakis and his wife Kitty Dukakis.
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Editorial cartoon: History haunts him
In this cartoon by The Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman, Mitt Romney is still grappling with the health care law he supported as Massachusetts governor.
Clock ticking down on the MBTA token
Nearly six years after the MBTA sold its last token, the T will finally stop accepting them for redemption after July 20.