Taking public transit, walking, or riding your bike can all get you where you’re going in an eco-friendly way, but there’s another way to reduce the carbon footprint on your next trip. Buying or leasing a low- or zero-emission vehicle can help you go a …Continue Reading Get Money Back for Your Electric Vehicle
This is a guest blog post from the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM). As part of Governor Baker’s commitment to make doing business in the Commonwealth easier, DCAMM has launched a new online certification process, making it faster and more convenient to …Continue Reading DCAMM Contractor Certification — Now Online!
If you work in Massachusetts, you have the right to fair wages, a safe workplace, and workers’ compensation. The Workers’ Rights blog series will cover these rights and more for workers across the state. The first part of the series will discuss workplace safety. …Continue Reading Workers’ Rights in Massachusetts: Workplace Safety
While filing your Massachusetts taxes this year, don’t forget about property taxes. The Department of Revenue (DOR) and the Massachusetts Court System provide information on who’s required to pay property taxes and where to file them. Do I Need to Pay Property Taxes? If you …Continue Reading Filing Property Taxes in Massachusetts
For many people in Massachusetts, eating healthy food isn’t easy because of limited resources or mobility. If you need help putting fresh, nutritious food on the table, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) offer several nutrition …Continue Reading Find State Nutrition Programs to Help You Eat Better
March is Women’s History Month — what better time to celebrate women who have shaped Massachusetts politics? The Executive Office of Administration and Finance (ANF), the State Library of Massachusetts, and the History, Art & Archives website of the U.S. House of Representatives share information …Continue Reading 5 Women Who Changed Massachusetts Politics
This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR), written by Program Coordinator Julia Grimaldi. Did you know that March is maple sugaring season? Maple syrup is an important crop for many Massachusetts farmers and is one of the season’s first …Continue Reading Learn About the Massachusetts Maple Economy
Patrice Provitola, who retired this February after more than 25 years of public service, discusses her work at the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance, which connects victims of crime with services across the Commonwealth. “I’m Patrice Provitola. I’m Deputy Director here at MOVA, which is the …Continue Reading Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance: Patrice’s Story
Reading aloud gives you a chance to explore new stories and spend quality time with your family. And the benefits for your kids don’t stop there — the National Education Association (NEA) points to studies showing that children who read at home are more likely …Continue Reading The Magic of Family Reading Time
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