By Neil W. McCabe
Why wouldn’t Charles D. “Charlie” Baker run for governor again in 2012?
After all, an arsonist always returns to the site of his crime—if only to enjoy the flames lapping over what was once the Massachusetts Republican Party.
Baker was not the first Republican leader to damage Continue reading Baker run for governor helps not GOP
Date/Time Reported Date/Time Occurred
11/19/2013 11:48:10 On or about 11/19/2013 11:48
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‘Tis the season…to give thanks, seriously….
You have probably noticed that in the short time that I have been “back” at writing, there hasn’t been much blood spilled in this column. I haven’t actually said much, about much. Oh sure, there’s been a little reference here and there to people, places and things – all pretty innocuous in nature.
I like it this way – why on Earth would I want to put myself back into the “dramafest” again? I really don’t have the urge or the desire to directly or indirectly insult, inflame or ridicule anyone these days. It’s just not worth it.
Would it be fun to pull the pin on a few grenades and run? Yes… Would it help expose some people for who they really are? Maybe… Would it help remove the stigma by association some douche with the same last name has caused? Continue reading Reality Bites a ‘Villen by James A. Norton
SOMERVILLE – The City of Somerville—the ‘Innovation City’—is supporting the growth of next-generation industries that will fuel the 21st century economy with the creation of the Somerville Innovation Fund (the I-Fund), a $1 million loan program to support the growth of innovative businesses in the city. Continue reading INNOVATIVE BUSINESSES LOAN PROGRAM LAUNCHED BY THE INNOVATION CITY The City of Somerville makes $1 million available to support next-generation industries