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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
High number of applicants for dam, seawall grants indicates need
Key issues on deck before Legislature ends formal sessions
MMA voices support at environmental bond bill hearing
Efforts boosted to recognize, prevent sports-related concussions
State begins overhaul of EMS standards
Federal budget, debt crises re-emerge
Grant will help Lee plan re-use of mills
Mass. team helps N.Y. recover from Sandy
Grant will regionalize animal control
Seed lending takes root at Concord library
Cambridge seeks to boost office space for startups
MMA testifies on proposed smart growth rule changes
State ends FY13 with surplus, begins FY14 on target
Community agreement process under way for gaming applicants
Chapter 90 funding level still unresolved
DPH receives 181 medical marijuana dispensary applications
Petitions target state taxes but avoid local government issues
Disability retirement commission releases report
Forum encourages women to run for office
Managing energy use at peak times can reduce costs
Employers face new requirements under Affordable Care Act
DPH releases application for nonprofits seeking to operate marijuana dispensary
Department of Labor Relations makes minor changes to regulations
6th grade essay contest kicks off with new look
Additional Ch. 90 road funds still short of target
Municipal attorney organization changes name
Charlton uses betterments to repair dam and save lake
Mapping tool projects potential savings from solar
Grants fund ‘financial literacy’ programs
Somerville Mayor Curtatone holds ‘backyard’ chats with residents
AG issues guidance on contract approvals in relation to open meeting law

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