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Battle brewing over tax breaks for families vs. filmmakers

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House leaders on Tuesday rose to the defense of a sometimes controversial tax break for the film industry after Gov. Charlie Baker put the program on the chopping block to help pay for the expansion...

Baker budget aims to wring out $750M from MassHealth

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Gov. Charlie Baker will file a $38.1 billion budget proposal Wednesday that recommends increased spending on local aid, higher education and transportation while also squeezing more than $750 million...

Baker pick to head T review resigns

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Former Boston Redevelopment Authority chief Paul Barrett will no longer lead Gov. Charlie Baker's examination into the MBTA.

MBTA's woes put Baker in a tough spot

The MBTA is slowly restoring its service to levels that the system's riders had experienced before the first blizzard struck on Jan. 27. But restoring the public trust in the transit system will take...

Incorporations

These Central Massachusetts businesses filed incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Nov. 16-30, 2014. Listed below are the corporate name, address,...

Officials rip decision to boost ex-cabinet chief's pension

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Former Public Safety Secretary Andrea Cabral qualifies for a retirement benefit classification typically designated for frontline police officers and firefighters that critics say will unfairly boost...

DePaola to take over MBTA next week

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Frank DePaola has worn many hats during his public sector service in Massachusetts and he's about to try on a new one thanks to a secret vote that went down Tuesday night.

Baker tackling state's skills gap

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Gov. Charlie Baker put three of his top deputies on Thursday in charge of overseeing an effort to better align the state's education and workforce training systems with the needs of...

Mass. teams with Conn., R.I., on clean energy

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Massachusetts will partner with Connecticut and Rhode Island to explore new clean energy resources and natural gas capacity options to address the region's high energy costs and demands.

Baker backs re-authorization of Ex-Im Bank

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Gov. Charlie Baker has signed onto a letter calling on Capitol Hill leaders to reauthorize the official U.S. export credit agency.

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