Papa Gino's workers deserved fair notice

11/09/2018 02:09 PM EST
Another business on the brink of insolvency files for bankruptcy protection, buying time as it tries to reinvent itself in a changing marketplace. 
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EDITORIAL: Trahan for Congress
11/02/2018 03:00 PM EDT - The 3rd Congressional District race offers a clear choice between the two main candidates running to succeed incumbent Democrat Niki Tsongas, who's retiring after more than a decade of constituent service. Full Story

AYER NEWS
Pastors team up for forum on sexual assault

AYER - The Rev. Joyce Scherer-Hoock can offer a unique perspective on sexual abuse and domestic violence. She is the inhouse clergy at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and is partnering with two other local female reverends to host a public forum on sexual assault. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
11 Town Meetings agree: Nashua River is 'Wild and Scenic'

It's official: Nashoba Valley residents believe the Nashua, Squannacook and Nissitissit rivers deserve the designation of "Wild and Scenic. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
Local firefighters graduate state training

STOW-- State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey and Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Director David C. Full Story
 
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Papa Gino's workers deserved fair notice

11/09/2018 02:09 PM EST
Another business on the brink of insolvency files for bankruptcy protection, buying time as it tries to reinvent itself in a changing marketplace. 
Full Story
EDITORIAL: Trahan for Congress
11/02/2018 03:00 PM EDT - The 3rd Congressional District race offers a clear choice between the two main candidates running to succeed incumbent Democrat Niki Tsongas, who's retiring after more than a decade of constituent service. Full Story

For state Senate
11/02/2018 02:59 PM EDT - 1st Middlesex District (including Groton and Pepperell): In the feisty race to fill the seat vacated by Eileen Donoghue, John MacDonald, a veteran, gets our nod. Full Story

Question 3 looks at transgender anti-discrimination law
11/02/2018 02:59 PM EDT - This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call's final part of a 3-part series on the Nov. 6 ballot questions focuses on Question 3. In 2016, the House 118-36, and the Senate 33-4, approved and Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law a measure that prohibits discrimination against transgender people in public accommodations including restrooms and locker rooms, based on a person's gender identity rather than on biological sex. The Senate did not have a roll call on the final bill; the 33-4 vote is on an earlier measure.  Full Story

The pros and cons of Question 2
11/02/2018 02:57 PM EDT - THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. Full Story

State's education efforts better served promoting alternatives
11/02/2018 02:56 PM EDT - It's hard to argue with a program that encourages saving from the cradle for a college education. That's the result Treasurer Deborah Goldberg hopes will come from a state-sponsored program that will establish a free $50 deposit into a college savings account for every Massachusetts child born or adopted beginning Jan. Full Story

State Police needs a civilian CEO
10/19/2018 03:14 PM EDT - The Massachusetts State Police isn't used to operating under public scrutiny, and the agency's latest outrage -- attempting to destroy payroll and attendance records -- only reinforces that a major shakeup in command and culture is necessary. Full Story