State House News Service
State COVID Vaccine Website Crashes
The Massachusetts website used to sign up for the COVID vaccine crashed Thursday as eligibility opened up to people 65-plus.
Vineyard Wind Back on Track Under Biden’s BOEM
The federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced Wednesday that it will resume its review of the 800-megawatt wind farm planned for 15 miles south of Martha's Vineyard.
Vaccine Appointment Site Knocked as “Maze of Links”
Sen. Anne Gobi of Spencer called the rollout a "total nightmare."
Site, Supply Struggles Complicate Baker’s Vaccine Push
Amid reports that an online vaccine-booking system for people 75+ isn't working very well, the Massachusetts governor urged patience.
Baker Shakes Up Vaccine Distribution Plans
Starting Feb. 1, residents 75-plus become eligible. Those 65 and older will be bumped up, joining people with two or more high-risk medical conditions.
Marijuana Retailers File Suit to Void Delivery Rules
The bricks-and-mortar cannabis shops oppose the launch of new home-delivery services in Massachusetts.
Four-Point Plan Broadens Access Points for COVID-19 Vaccine
Fenway, Pharmacies Taking on Responsibilities under a plan unveiled by Gov. Charlie Baker
Baker Carves Up $16.5B Transportation Bill With Vetoes
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Two Lawmakers Opt Against Accepting Pay Raise
With so many people unemployed, the time is not right to accept a legislative pay raise, said Rep. Chris Hendricks.
Mayflower Wind Electricity Will Be Cheaper Than Expected
A Federal Tax Credit windfall will be passed on to customers, the company said.