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New councillors, aldermen elected Nov. 5
Magazine article envisions an even greater Boston
Tool helps businesses find homes in Somerville
Amherst seeks to curb neglect of rental housing
Streets program aims to exceed ADA requirements
Report forecasts slow Mass. population growth, but spike in older residents
Municipalities saw fewer override successes in 2013
CLF petition would hold commercial polluters accountable
DOER announces energy manager grant opportunity
$1.4B housing bond bill signed into law
Lawmakers seek to delay flood insurance law
Several tech bills see movement, but no final action
Gaming picture sees many developments
MMA calls for meaningful OPEB reform to address funding crisis
At Phase 2, list of medical marijuana facility applicants pared to 100
MMA offers extensive testimony on zoning reform bill
With FY15 on horizon, state finances in good shape for FY14
Federal, state officials continue to pursue delay of flood insurance law
Legislative session ends without multi-year Ch. 90 bill
Cities of Boston and Lowell win national technology awards
Education, prevention reduce cost of flu
Tips to prevent common cold-weather injuries
Speakers present strategies for OPEB funding
Voters elect 36 mayors across state
53 Mass. communities hold elections, including 35 mayoral races
Legislators seek to lessen flood insurance cost impacts
Governor’s housing authority bill gets hearing
Senate bill would give boost to local water projects
MMA calls for stand-alone Ch. 90 bill at $300M per year
Life sciences are focus of innovation center
Cities share grant to combat neglected properties
13 communities seek OK for 'municipal aggregation'
Salem, volunteers worked together during shutdown
District to take tobacco-retailer training online
MTF report warns of mounting pension, OPEB liabilities
Gaming board expects to award slots license in Jan.
Federal shutdown is over, but prospect of another looms
$4.3M in thermal renewable-energy grants available
Grants available for organic waste-to-energy projects
Communities make efforts to enhance police training
Mass. delegation proposes fixes to national flood insurance law
Walking paths planned atop old MWRA aqueducts
City introduces instant language translation technology
Forum held to encourage local firms to seek city contracts
Hull zoning bylaw aims to revive Nantasket district, with eye on sea rise
Public health advocates are concerned about new health threat: e-cigarettes
158 applicants in 80-plus communities pass 1st hurdle for marijuana license
Administration says no more Ch. 90 funds in FY14
Federal budget divide, debt crisis, continue
MMA urges SEC to reject proposed rule changes

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