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Worcester Man Arrested for Breaking Into East Central Street Home—Worcester Man Arrested for Breaking Into East Central…

Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers Set to Play Indian Ranch—Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers Set to Play…

Revs Fall to Minnesota 2-1—Revs Fall to Minnesota 2-1

Worcester Public Market Receives $500K Grant to Expand Operations—Worcester Public Market Receives $500K Grant to Expand…

Worcester Man Arrested After Robbing Man in Wheelchair—Worcester Man Arrested After Robbing Man in Wheelchair

BBB Offers Tips for Back to School Preparation—BBB Offers Tips for Back to School Preparation

Top Vocalists Set to Perform at Newport Jazz Festival—Top Vocalists Set to Perform at Newport Jazz…

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VIDEO: Severe Flooding in Worcester—VIDEO: Severe Flooding in Worcester

McCain Calls Trump’s Meeting & Press Conference With Putin “Disgraceful”—McCain Calls Trump's Meeting & Press Conference With…


GoLocal Statewide Poll: Just 13% of Rhode Islanders ‘Strongly Support’ Funding the PawSox Stadium

PawSox owners garner little support for their $40 million ask

“With taxes being the most significant challenge facing the state in the eyes of voters, building broad public support for a Paw Sox stadium...

Finneran: Got Junk

Oh yeah, do we have junk. A David Abel story in the Globe illustrates the challenges of public office.

Senator Warren Warns of the Dangers of Deregulation in Speech at Georgetown

Elizabeth Warren talks dangers of deregulation

United States Senator Elizabeth Warren highlighted the dangers of deregulation in a speech on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. at Georgetown University.

Horowitz: RFK - 50 Years On

Robert Kennedy

Tomorrow marks 50 years since Robert Francis Kennedy’s(RFK) death, gunned down at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, just after giving his victory...

The Political Dog Daze of Summer—Sunday Political Brunch June 3, 2018

Mark Curtis

We’ve had blistering heat and humidity in much of the nation over the past week. Politics took a very brief break over the...

Finneran: Old School

It was an “old school” weekend. It was not planned that way at all. Rather, it was quite accidental. In fact, it started...

Horowitz: Americans Are Becoming More Concerned About Internet’s Societal Impact

An increasing number of online adults have mixed views of the overall societal impact of the internet, according to a recently released poll by the...

U.S. Senate Candidate Kingston to Launch Speaking Series

John Kingston to launch speaking series

Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Kingston is set to launch a speaking series on the state of America and his vision for...

Where’s the “Blue Wave?” – Sunday Political Brunch May 27, 2018

Mark Curtis

For the third straight week, we had four Tuesday state primaries across the nation. Are we seeing any trends yet? Voters went to the polls...

Finneran: Memorial Day, 2018

Do we even know what this weekend is about? Its significance in our nation’s history? Do we care?

LeBoeuf Announces Campaign for State Rep of 17th Worcester District

David LeBoeuf

Democrat David LeBoeuf has announced the kickoff for his campaign to become state representative of the 17th Worcester District.

Horowitz: One Year In, Mueller Probe Goes Full Steam Ahead

Rob Horowitz

As Special Counsel Bob Mueller moves into the second year of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, President Trump, his latest attorney Rudy...

The Policy of Speak Softly May be Dead—Sunday Political Brunch—May 20, 2018

Mark Curtis

Political discourse is loud these days, as witnessed by all the negative, campaign attack ads for the past few months in the 2018 primary election states....

Warren Voices Opposition to Haspel for CIA Director

Senator Warren

United States Senator Elizabeth Warren voiced her strong opposition of Gina Haspel to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Finneran: Money Well Spent

The pain never left. It was always there, as excruciating at 2:00 in the morning as it was at 2:00 in the afternoon.

Horowitz: California Going Solar

Rob Horowitz

When one wants to know the direction energy and environmental policy is headed over the long-term, it has never been a bad bet to take...

A Primary Post Mortem—The Sunday Political Brunch—May 13, 2018

The first big primary election cluster of the 2018 campaign season is over, and there's a lot to dissect. West Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina and...

Diehl Blasts Senator Warren for “Failing New Bedford”

Geoff Diehl

Representative Geoff Diehl is blasting Senator Elizabeth Warren for “failing New Bedford.”

Maine Governor LePage to Campaign for Diehl

Paul LePage

Maine Governor Paul LePage will be the featured speaker at an event for U.S. Senate candidate Geoff Diehl.

Finneran: That Early Morning Run

My most serious running days are over. No more pounding the pavement while pounding my cartilage to slivers and shreds. No more Marathons. These days...

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