Does it make sense to you? It seems very narrow in focus to me. It seems that it would allow a very important segment of our higher education system to be ruled by the interests of businesses – primarily businesses in the Boston area. There also seems to be a focus on creating “schools” that […]
HI How about raising the Mass Pike Tolls a little. The Cambridge/Allston tolls have been 1.25 since as far as I can remember. Why not raise it to 1.50 and use that money to pay the Big Dig Loan? It’s not fair that public transportation is shouldering the burden of these loans for roads that […]
The General Manager of the MBTA has been forthcoming in response to questions from the legislature about the budget crisis. Some of his replies are posted here.
Senator Will Brownsberger’s Office is pleased to announce that it will partner with the Charles River Watershed Association and other local groups to organize a Cleanup of the Charles River on Saturday, April 21st in Brighton and Watertown.
Senator Will Brownsberger announces that up to four part-time unpaid internships in his State House office will be available for the summer of 2012.
Nothing looks more like magic than the technology I saw on display in Watertown on Friday.