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Tolls on the Tobin Bridge will be collected electronically - without any cash payments to toll collectors - starting next year.
Salem's surface water supply is easier to monitor than the large and remote Quabbin Reservoir, where seven trespassers were found on Tuesday.
Transportation improvements are necessary to keep the economy growing, North Shore government leaders and businesspeople said at a forum this week.
State Sen. Joan Lovely has been named to seven committees on Beacon Hill, including chairwoman of one of the committees.
John Tomasz has been hired in Salem and will begin there next month.
Three weeks into her first term in office, state Senator Joan Lovely addressed small business owners from the North Shore on Friday.
A new device will be distributed to conductors on MBTA conductors that will give them real-time information about trains all across the rail system.
Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Frederick E. Berry will deliver his farewell speech in the Senate Chamber on Thursday evening.
U.S. Senator Scott Brown will leave office in January. What should he do next?
Eileen Duff in the apparent winner of a seat on the Governor's Council in the Fifth District.
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