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Bill Keating and two other members of Massachusetts' congressional delegation say the NRC's plan to have meetings with small groups of citizens instead of public hearings to handle questions about nuclear power and safety.
Here's an easy recipe for Irish soda biscuits.
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Tomorrow is February 2, the traditional date on which we look to a rodent to tell us whether to expect six more weeks of winter weather or an early spring.
Temperatures could drop into the single digits tonight – here are some tips.
Pilgrim Station operators are investigating what's being called a minor leak in a safety relief valve.
A female right whale and her calf were seen Saturday outside Plymouth Harbor.
In a speech to the newly sworn-in senators made Wednesday, Murray announced her intentions to call for expansion of early voting, a fix to the state’s transportation system, and changes to the state’s welfare system.
With 97 of 222 precincts reporting, Congressman Bill Keating has won his election bid to represent the 9th Congressional District.
A contract with 62 workers at Pilgrim Nuclear plant expires at midnight tonight. Entergy officials say negotiations are ongoing.
The Boston Globe is reporting that disgraced chemist Annie Dookhan had an "unauthorized" and "personal" correspondence with a prosecutor in the Norfolk DA's office at the time Congressman William Keating held the office.
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