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‘My personal life is my personal life.’ Healey defends decision not to disclose details of four-day trip.

Governor Maura Healey told reporters Monday that she intends to share information publicly about her “work-related travel.”

ACLU, North Brookfield reach settlement in drag show lawsuit

The settlement was reached after local officials approved a permit for a pride event in June that will include a drag show.

Healey’s campaign arm releases ad boosting tax package, the first since she was elected governor

The 30-second ad, which will run on sites including YouTube and Hulu starting Monday, is titled “Healey Tax Cuts — Saving You Money.”

St. Patrick’s Day breakfast features music, roasts, and a surprise Dunkin’ ad parody

In head-to-toe “DunKings” tracksuits and pink bucket hats, Governor Maura Healey and Lieutenant Governor Kim Driscoll declared themselves the “DunQueens.”

‘They are assets, they are not liabilities’: Haitian-American pastor’s leadership shines amid migrant crisis

With Pastor Keke, no one is a stranger for long. Among the items and information he provides newly arrived immigrants is a business card, with his personal cellphone number. For many, those 10 digits are a lifeline.


Republicans seize on an alleged rape at a Rockland shelter to further the fiction of a migrant crime wave

Can politicians here resist using a horrible crime for political gain? We’re about to find out.

Report of rape at Rockland hotel shelter intensifies debate, raises security questions

The shocking news of the alleged rape of a teenager by a 26-year-old man at a Rockland hotel sheltering migrant families intensified the debate over the state’s policy of housing migrant families in hotels and motels, and brought into question the safety measures in place to protect them.

Healey left Massachusetts for four days last month. Aides refuse to say where the governor went.

The decision by Healey, who entered office vowing to bring more transparency to the office “than ever before," marks a major break from her predecessors.