Montclair Rejects Candidate Seeking to Reduce Spending MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Voters in this historically liberal town rejected on Tuesday a mayoral candidate who had campaigned on a platform of reducing spending and debt and freezing taxes. The candidate, Karen Turner, placed second in the three-way race. 05/8/2012 - 4:26 pm | View Link
Susswein Sounds Off on New Fire Agreement Harvey Susswein, the mayoral candidate who is heading the For Montclair slate in the upcoming municipal elections, issued this statement today: Not all of us are thrilled with the new Glen Ridge fire agreement. Our highly professional fire department costs ... 03/8/2012 - 7:38 am | View Link
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BOSTON — Changes are coming in standardized testing for many Massachusetts school districts. According to data from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 54 percent of school districts have opted to administer the English and mathematics PARCC exams to students in grades 3-8 next year, instead of the MCAS exams.
BOSTON — The candidates running for U. S. Senate in Massachusetts are hitting the campaign trail. Incumbent Democratic Sen. Edward Markey is planning to tour the Huntington Elementary School in Brockton Saturday morning to highlight what he says is the state's leadership in education before attending a campaign event in Plymouth.
BOSTON — Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker are on the hunt for votes as the race for Massachusetts governor enters its final week of campaigning before the Nov. 4 election. On Saturday Coakley will meet up with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and union officials in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston for an hour-long campaign walk.
Kristen Bell, the Michigan-born actress best known for her voice work in Frozen and titular role as teen detective Veronica Mars, doesn’t like the smell of wolf hunt proposals that will appear on the November 4 general election.
BOSTON — Both sides in the debate over Question 2 on the Nov. 4 ballot say much has changed in the more than three decades since Massachusetts first passed a bottled deposit law. Proponents of the measure that would expand the scope of the law say a variety of beverages that were largely unheard-of on store shelves at the time have become consumer staples — all the while adding to the state's litter woes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield is holding its annual Blue Mass this weekend to honor law enforcement and other public safety personnel. Bishop Mitchell Rozanski will celebrate the eighth annual Mass at St. Michael's Cathedral starting at 6 p.m. Saturday. The Mass is being held just after the shooting of a soldier in Ottawa, Canada, and the bishop is expected to reference that event in his homily.