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McGovern Leads 43-Mile Hunger March Across Western MA—McGovern Leads 43-Mile Hunger March Across Western MA

Worcester Chamber Hosts North West Ireland Delegation to Discuss Expanded Trade—Worcester Chamber Hosts North West Ireland Delegation in…

Horowitz: It’s Time to Revive the “Death” Tax—Horowitz: It’s Time to Revive the “Death” Tax

MA Medical Society Says 37K Free Opioid & Pain Management Classes Taken by Prescribers—MA Medical Society Says 37K Free Opioid &…

Organize + Energize: Give Experiences Instead of Things This Holiday Season—Organize + Energize: Give Experiences Instead of Things…

Irving’s 47 Leads Celtics Rally Past Mavs 110-102 in OT - 16 Wins in a Row—Irving's 47 Points Helps Celtics Rally Past Mavericks…

Former Patriots Receiver Terry Glenn Dies in Car Crash—Former Patriots Receiver Terry Glenn Dies in Car…

Growing List of Alleged Sexual Harassers—Growing List of Alleged Sexual Harassers

Kaplan: The Kids’ Table—Kaplan: The Kids’ Table

 
 

slides: Growing List of Alleged Sexual Harassers

Sexual abuse and harrasment

Monday, November 20, 2017

From the Rhode Island State House to Hollywood to the growing controversy at the headquarters of National Public Radio ("National Perv Radio"), some of America's leading institutions are being rocked by the unveiling of years of sexual abuse and harassment.

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Kaplan: The Kids’ Table

Saul Kaplan

Monday, November 20, 2017

Do you remember being stuck at the kids’ table for Thanksgiving dinner growing up? I do. There were always too many of us to all sit around one dinner table, so we had a secondary table off to the side, sometimes even in a separate room, to which the younger generation was relegated. I remember asking every year if I would be able to sit with the grownups. The conversation at their table ranged from sports to politics to family gossip, and whatever the topic it was always more animated and intense. I know why now: it’s because adults love to talk, debate, and argue about the sorry state of the world and how it should get better. But what an irony: those of us with the biggest stake in the future-our youth-were not at the table hearing or contributing to the conversation. Back then, all I understood was that the main table was where the action seemed to be, and I wanted in.

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Patriots Cruise Past Oakland 33-8 in Mexico City for 6th Straight Win

Brady threw three touchdown passes in win over Oakland

Monday, November 20, 2017

The New England Patriots cruised to their sixth straight win on Sunday, beating the Oakland Raiders 33-8 at Estadio Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

The win improves the Patriots to 8-2 on the season and in a tie for first place in the AFC with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Weiss: Aging Groups - House GOP Tax Rewrite a Turkey

Monday, November 20, 2017

Thanksgiving approaches the GOP-Controlled House has passed H.R. 1, “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” its tax reform legislation, on November 16, by a partisan vote of 227 to 206, with 13 Republicans siding with the Democrats. The House tax bill would dramatically reduce corporate and individual income taxes and would increase the deficit by $ 1.7 trillion over 10 years — — possibly offset by $ $338 billion saved by repealing the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) individual mandate.

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Construction in Worcester - Week of November 20, 2017

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Department of Public Works & Parks (DPW&P) advises motorists that there will be traffic delays at the following locations where resurfacing or sewer related construction activity will take place during the week of November 20, 2017. The usual hours of work will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Smart Benefits: IRS Updates Guidance on Assessing 2015 Employer Penalties

Monday, November 20, 2017

The IRS has updated Q&A guidance on employer shared responsibility to detail the procedure it will use to assess liability under the Affordable Care Act for the 2015 calendar year. 

By way of background, an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) – an employer with an average of 50 or more full-time employees (or equivalents) in the preceding year – became subject to a potential monthly penalty starting in 2015 for failure to offer adequate health coverage to its full-time employees and dependents if any full-time employee received a premium tax credit for coverage purchased on an Exchange. As required by the ACA, ALEs filed forms 1094-C and 1095-C with the IRS in early 2016 to report the information necessary for the IRS to administer the employer mandate provisions, including the calculation of penalties. 
 

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Holy Cross Falls to Rhode Island 88-66

Jehyve Floyd

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Holy Cross Crusaders men’s basketball team got 14 points from junior Jehyve Floyd, but fell 88-66 to the University of Rhode Island Rams on Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island.

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slides: Watch to Watch For: Patriots vs Raiders

Stephon Gilmore

Sunday, November 19, 2017

The New England Patriots (7-2) travel to Mexico City to face the (4-5) Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon at Estadio Azteca Stadium. 

This will be the first-ever regular season game that the Patriots have played in Mexico, while Oakland played there last season, beating the Houston Texans in the game. 

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Sunday Political Brunch: Why is South Carolina Such a Pivotal State—November 19, 2017

Mark Curtis

Sunday, November 19, 2017

We were on the road again this week to attend an Army graduation in South Carolina. I got to tour one of the nation’s largest military bases, as well as a visit to the State Capitol in Columbia. It made me reflect on how critical this state has become to presidential politics. I like to profile different states and issues while on the road. Let’s “brunch” on that this week.

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Clark Receives an ‘A’ in Niche 2018 Best Colleges

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Clark University received an overall grade of an A in the 2018 edition of Niche’s Best Colleges in America.

The University received an  “A+” for professors, an “A” for both diversity and academics, and an “A-“ for value. Clark is Number 4 on the list of Most Liberal Colleges in Massachusetts and was Number 7 on the list for Best College Food in Massachusetts.

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