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Nor’easter Pummels Massachusetts: Upwards of 490,000 Businesses and Homes Lose Power

A nor’easter battered eastern Massachusetts, leaving over 490,000 businesses and homes without power by midmorning on October 27. The storm wreaked havoc throughout Massachusetts’ hardest-hit areas, including Boston’s south shore, Cape Cod, and Cape Anne, CBS Boston reported. By noontime, the number of customers without electricity was 494,381. Several communities remain entirely without power, according to…

Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Massachusetts School District over ‘Racial Segregation,’ ‘Speech Codes’

Education advocacy group Parents Defending Education (PDE) filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Wellesley Public Schools (WPS) in Massachusetts, alleging the school district participates in racial segregation and suppression of First Amendment rights. “Nearly seven decades of Supreme Court precedent have made two things clear: Public schools cannot segregate students by race, and students do…

State Troopers Quit En Masse Over Vaccine Mandate, Union Official Says

Dozens of Massachusetts state troopers have resigned over recent weeks due to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a police union representative said in a statement Friday.“To date, dozens of troopers have already submitted their resignation paperwork, some of whom plan to return to other departments offering reasonable alternatives such as mask wearing and regular testing,”…

Beating The Odds, Man Wins $1 Million Lotto Prize … Again

Stephen C. Toto of Framingham, Massachusetts, won the lottery for the second time and collected a $1 million prize, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery. Toto bought his ticket for $30 at an A-1 Gulf gas station in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “The Fastest Road to $1 Million” instant ticket game, according to the Massachusetts…

‘Swallowed By The Whale’: Lobster Diver Gets Attacked By Humpback

A lobster diver was attacked and momentarily swallowed by a humpback whale Friday in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, according to the Cape Cod Times. Michael Packard, 56, was working as a commercial lobster diver when he was attacked by a humpback whale feeding in the area. Packard was taken to Cape Cod Hospital with a broken…

Massachusetts Lawmakers May Have Finally Found A Way To Drive Out Their Last Three...

April 27, 2021 6:19 PM ET By Larry Keane Out of curiosity, are there any governors out there who might be interested in bringing a historic manufacturing business to their state? It’s one that employs thousands and contributes to over $4.5 million in state and federal taxes for a $2.4 billion economic impact. Massachusetts lawmakers…

Cambridge, Mass. Passes Measure to Recognize Domestic Partnerships of More than 2 People

The Massachusetts city of Cambridge has put in place a measure that recognizes domestic partnerships of more than two people, euphemistically referred to a polyamorous “families,” which in practice means sexual relationships between multiple adults in one household. The Christian Post reported on the radical social construct: A domestic partnership in the city that is…

Prisoners Have Died Due To Inadequate Mental Health Services In Massachusetts Prisons, DOJ Finds

An investigation into the Massachusetts Department of Corrections found the lack of adequate supervision and treatment for prisoners suffering from mental health issues led to multiple deaths and serious harm, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday. The investigation concluded that the Massachusetts Department of Corrections (MDOC) is in violation of the Eighth Amendment of the…

Massachusetts Dems Push Radical ROE Act: Abortions Until Birth, Care Denied to Baby Survivors

Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo (D) will push for a vote this week on an amendment to the annual budget bill that would codify abortion rights into state law, legalize abortions until birth, and allow abortionists to deny care to infants who survive the procedure. “Following last week’s joint statement with Senate President [Karen] Spilka…

Hundreds in Boston Take to Streets to Protest Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision

Hundreds of protesters streamed through downtown Boston on Friday night, protesting a grand jury decision on a police officer-involved shooting of Breonna Taylor earlier this year. One video posted on social media showed at least several hundred protesters marching down a street in Boston, with someone on a megaphone shouting, “Say her name!” as others…
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