The bill invests $1.5 billion in public schools, updates statewide education policy, and supports effective approaches to closing opportunity gaps for students throughout Massachusetts.
I’m really interested in hearing comments, especially from users of vaping products with a personal perspective.
The Senate voted unanimously to ban certain toxic chemical flame retardants from children’s products, including toys and nap mats, as well as in upholstered furniture, window dressings, carpeting, and bedding made or sold in the state.
The semi-annual educational seminar will take place on Tuesday, October 22 and Wednesday, October 23 at the State House. Deadline to apply is Tuesday, August 27.
This event brings together Belmont’s nonprofit and volunteer organizations, town government and local officials, and new and settled residents in a fully accessible and friendly environment.
The MBTA has issued an open call for public input on how to redesign its bus network to better serve the region’s changing transportation needs