Martha Coakley Is ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ About DOMA Arguments. Before the Supreme Court started hearing oral arguments today about DOMA, Coakley shared some thoughts with the […]
Yesterday, the Ad Club, the Boston-based trade association for the New England marketing and communications industry, hosted its annual Women’s Leadership Forum. Speakers ranged from […]
It’s been nearly two months since news broke about chemist Annie Dookhan’s unprecedented, widespread mishandling of evidence at the now-closed Hinton State Lab. While numerous […]
It wasn’t that long ago that Scott Brown seemed invincible. After improbably capturing Ted Kennedy’s old Senate seat and becoming a national celebrity—not to mention Saturday […]
Martha Coakley Solicits $9.7 Million Fine for NSTAR, But Not for the Blackout. The Massachusetts Attorney General’s office found that NSTAR did not prepare, respond, […]
“We are going to do everything we can to stop every preventable foreclosure,” she said. “There are some foreclosures that have to happen and we […]
After talking to scores of insiders across the area, we ranked the city’s heavy hitters and examine power in all its forms—from political muscle and business influence to cultural capital and social networking.
While most of the buzz coming out of Beacon Hill has been about State lawmakers and their support of the casino bill, let’s not let […]