TAUNTON-Dick Shafer said the visit Wednesday morning by Secretary of Housing and Economic development Greg Bialecki to Taunton’s Myles Standish Industrial park was a sign that the state stands behind the future development of the park’s final two phases of land development.
TAUNTON-State Sen. Marc R. Pacheco, D-Taunton, is participating in the nation’s oldest leadership training program for state officials this week after being selected as a Henry Toll Fellow for the Class of 2013.
Taunton State Hospital, the mental health facility repeatedly slated for closure by the Patrick administration, may be expanded to include additional beds and specialized care under a proposal from State Sen. Marc Pacheco.
AMHERST, Mass. – State Sen. Marc R. Pacheco, D-Taunton, chair of the Massachusetts Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, will speak on the Commonwealth’s climate action and future plans on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus on Monday, April 14 at 3 p.m.
BOSTON — Calling the Cape and Islands "a very vulnerable region," state Sen.
NEW BEDFORD—A 75-minute train trip from Fall River to South Station took a step toward becoming reality after Gov. Deval Patrick announced a key federal environmental review was completed, with the recommended route being the state’s favored Stoughton rail line.
CARVER – Generations of visitors often remember their first time going to Edaville USA, and Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends are sure to make it all that more memorable for future generations visiting his first permanent home in North America.
Bristol Community College plans to begin offering daytime classes in Taunton this fall.
The Taunton School Committee voted 7-1 Wednesday to allow Superintendent Julie Hackett’s administration to move forward with a plan to allow BCC to use space at the Cohannet School building.
The fight to protect Taunton State Hospital is strictly about ensuring all regions of Massachusetts have equal access to mental health care (“Pandering on Taunton,” Oct. 2).
BOSTON -- One in four nurses believe patient deaths are due to nurses having too many patients to care for at one time, according to survey results released Wednesday by supporters of strict limits on nurse staffing levels.