... Deveney out as Registrar of Motor Vehicles ...... DeLeo: "For those who rely on the MBTA the system is in crisis" ...... Walsh, other mayors ending June with four-day climate conference in Honolulu ...... Polling shows division, strong feelings over supervised injection sites ...... Former US Transportation Secretary LaHood helping lead examination of MBTA safety record ...... Branches advance temporary budget while annual plan remains holed up in conference committee ...... Enviro groups lament end of electric vehicle rebate program ...... Amid council uproar over prosecutor nominee, Baker asks to keep psychology expert Bonner on Parole Board ...... Vineyard Wind moves proposed sites of three wind turbines nearest to Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard ...... Coonamessett River restoration project in Falmouth nets $360,000 federal grant ...... Galvin to display "original copy" of Declaration of Independence on Fourth of July ...... Tax revenue growth in fiscal 2019 could surpass revenue estimate for 2020 budget ...... South Shore lawmakers to discuss non-binding air quality monitoring ballot questions ...... Senate Revenue Working Group to hold open meeting June 25 in Lawrence with Commissioner Harding ...... DEP hits Southbridge landfill operator with $136,500 penalty for odor, waste discharge violations ...... Ethics Commission outlines conflict of interest case against Norwood Selectwoman Helen Donohue ...... Laws passed this year: conversion therapy ban, transpo bond, cap on kids lift ...... June 25 DPU public hearing planned on lost gas reporting requirements ...
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