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Celebrate Independence Day in Massachusetts Posted on Jun 22

Celebrate Independence Day in Massachusetts

As the state where the Boston Tea Party, Battle of Bunker Hill, and first shots of the American Revolution happened, Massachusetts is a special place to celebrate the 4th of July. Whether you’re looking for a free event for the family or a way to give back to America’s   …Continue Reading Celebrate Independence Day in Massachusetts

Commemorate Veterans Day in Massachusetts Posted on Nov 9

Commemorate Veterans Day in Massachusetts

On Nov. 11, Massachusetts honors the estimated 380,000 veterans living in the Commonwealth, as well as those who’ve served across the country. Veterans Day is a time to publicly recognize the bravery and sacrifices of active duty and retired military members and their families. Learn   …Continue Reading Commemorate Veterans Day in Massachusetts

Education Benefits for Massachusetts Veterans Posted on Jan 5

Education Benefits for Massachusetts Veterans

Readjusting to civilian life can pose many challenges for returning veterans — including deciding what to do next. If you have served our country in the armed forces, the Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS) and the Department of Higher Education (DHE) provide information on many   …Continue Reading Education Benefits for Massachusetts Veterans

Veterans’ Services and Advocacy for Women in Massachusetts Posted on Aug 25

Veterans' Services and Advocacy for Women in Massachusetts

The Commonwealth’s official heroine, Deborah Sampson, fought with courage in the Revolutionary War under a man’s name and was later given the first military pension ever awarded to a woman. Massachusetts celebrates and supports women all year through services for female veterans and advocacy for   …Continue Reading Veterans’ Services and Advocacy for Women in Massachusetts