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Massachusetts is the 7th most moved-out-of state

The annual National Movers Study from national moving company United Van Lines reveals Massachusetts is among the worst states in the nation for people leaving, rather than moving in.

Baker signs gas safety bill

State House News Service |

Utilities operating in Massachusetts will face new oversight on natural gas work.

Mass. gas prices dip lower for ninth straight week

State House News Service |

Gas prices in Massachusetts fell again to close out 2018.

Expect a healthy Central Mass. economy in 2019

Jerry Sargent |

In 2019, the region can expect more investment, given its relative accessibility and lower cost of living, as well as nine colleges producing a young and educated workforce.

Improvements coming: Transportation planning will upgrade Union Station, Kelley Square and outlying communities

Grant Welker |

A range of projects across Central Massachusetts are being undertaken with a goal in mind of helping economic development.

Seeing results: 2019 will show whether opioid, ACO and staffing initiatives are on the right path

Grant Welker |

State and private plans to curb healthcare costs and still provide better care are moving beyond their pilot stages.

Mass. jobless rate at lowest point since May 2003

State House News Service |

The unemployment rate in Massachusetts ticked down one-tenth of a percentage point in November to 3.4 percent.

DPU eases National Grid work moratorium, with conditions

State House News Service |

State regulators are ordering National Grid to have gas work plans reviewed and approved by a certified professional engineer and have imposed a new oversight requirement on the company.

UMass Winter Ball fundraises $2M

The major annual fundraiser by the UMass Memorial Medical Center and UMass Medical School brought in a record $2 million this year.

Baker energy plan hinges on changes transportation, building

State House News Service |

A first-ever energy plan released Wednesday by the Baker administration found that Massachusetts must step up its efforts around energy efficiency.

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