• Citizens' Update

    The Commonwealth's latest Citizens' Update on the impact and progress of ARRA funding here in Massachusetts. The federal recovery program requires unprecedented levels of transparency and accountability in the use of funds, and Governor Patrick's administration has committed to going above and beyond federal requirements. This Update is part of that effort.
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  • E-Update: Week of December 18, 2011

    Stimulus-funded MA Broadband project on schedule and MA awarded grant in stimulus-funded early learning challenge.

  • E-Update: Week of December 4, 2011

    Open Checkbook launched; based on Recovery Office approach and stimulus-funded energy efficiency lighting program announced.

  • E-Update: Week of November 6, 2011

    Groundbreaking on ARRA-funded Kingston Wind Turbine program and providing green training, a career and a future at the Plumbers Local 12.

  • E-Update: Week of October 23, 2011

    Groundbreaking of stimulus-funded Codman Square Community Health Center and Codman Academy expansion and improving medical education, resident training and -- most importantly -- patient care in the Berkshires.

  • E-Update: Week of October 2, 2011

    MBTA, Chrysler partner to test Hybrid Electric Vehicles in ARRA-funded project and AdLib Center for Independent Living provides a community of support -- and the ability to live at home.

  • E-Update: Week of September 18, 2011

    Governor celebrates stimulus-funded energy efficient renovations at UTEC and MWRA is installing a new stimulus-funded wind turbine in Charlestown.
  • E-Update: Week of September 4, 2011

    Massasoit Community College celebrates completion of stimulus-funded rooftop solar panel installation project and saving energy and money with new windows in Hudson.
  • E-Update: Week of August 28, 2011

    $16 million in stimulus funds for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in eight communities and EcoBuilding Bargains holds a green building construction tour in Springfield to deomnstrate its stimulus-funded green enhancements.
  • E-Update: Week of August 14, 2011

    Patrick-Murray Administration celebrates 10,000 homes weatherized through the Recovery Act.
  • E-Update: Week of August 7, 2011

    Stimulus funds to help communities rebuild from tornado damage and UMass Dartmouth is saving energy and lowering bills, with help from the sun and stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of July 31, 2011

    Providing peace and empowerment -- and now, sustainability at the United Teen Equality Center and UMass Med School researchers search for cures, with the help of stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of July 24, 2011

    Construction is launched on the huge, stimulus-funded broadband expansion project and stimulus funds help build a new interchange and provide access in the South coast.
  • E-Update: Week of July 17, 2011

    Massachusetts Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program launches July 28 and in Wareham, affordable housing when it needs it most.
  • E-Update: Week of July 10, 2011

    Stimulus-funded solar arrays at five DOC sites come online and connecting parks and linking neighborhoods, thanks to the stimulus-funded North Bank Bridge project.
  • E-Update: Week of July 3, 2011

    Stimulus-funded "Knowledge Corridor" rail project advances and keeping firefighters -- and New Bedford -- safe.
  • E-Update: Week of June 26, 2011

    Stimulus-funded appliance rebate program to launch July 28 and for the very youngest in Lynn, an opportunity to thrive.
  • E-Update: Week of June 19, 2011

    A $2 million stimulus grant is used for the purchase and upgrade of Littleton Station and Quincy's downtown development moves forward thanks to stimulus funds.
  • E-Update: Week of June 5, 2011

    Federal, state, city officials tour the stimulus-funded energy retrofit at Castle Square and stimulus is helping the town of Lenox, one road at a time.
  • E-Update: Week of May 29, 2011

    Gover Patrick signs law to advance Quincy redevelopment project, which has key road infrastructure funded with stimulus grants and an international company remains, and grows, in a small Berkshires town.
  • E-Update: Week of May 22, 2011

    Stimulus-funded Chickatawbut Hill Solar Installation at Blue Hills Reservation comes online and Pittsfield embraces energy efficiency - with help from stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of May 15, 2011

    Stimulus-funded Wind Blade Testing Facility - the largest in the US - opens in Charlestown and stimulus funds play a role in MA's $1B 2011 road/bridge projects.
  • E-Update: Week of May 8, 2011

    MA health care technology highlighted at conference and Revere is being revitalized, from Wonderland to the shore.
  • E-Update: Week of May 1, 2011

    The dedication of a stimulus-funded wind turbine at MA National Cemetery and Massacusetts Office for Victim Assistance uses stimulus funds to help crime victims when they need it most.
  • E-Update: Week of April 24, 2011

    The latest Citizens’ Update is now available and Dedham Housing Authrity residents stay warm and save money with help from stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of April 17, 2011

    Stimulus-funded green improvements celebrated at drinking water and wastewater treatment facilities in MA and energy efficiency in Milton, with a little help from the sun -- and stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of April 10, 2011

    Stimulus Snapshots: Highlights from the past two years and Brockton Housing Authority keeps its tenant warm in the winter, with help from stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of April 3, 2011

    Stimulus funds help Springfield Police stay safe and a hands on - and green - approach to weatherization training, thanks to stimulus funds.
  • E-Update: Week of March 27, 2011

    Stimulus-funded clean energy projects in Southeastern MA celebrated and an affordable housing project for seniors gets built in Marshfield, with stimulus' help.
  • E-Update: Week of March 20, 2011

    Stimulus-funded broadband project in western MA gets final federal approval and SMOC's Green Jobs Academy trains workers for weatherization jobs.
  • E-Update: Week of March 13, 2011

    $350K in stimulus-funded Race To The Top planning grants awarded to schools across the state and a weatherization program continues to help, thanks to stimulus funds.
  • E-Update: Week of March 6, 2011

    Stimulus-funded clean energy projects in Greater Boston and northeastern Massachusetts celebrated and stimulus is helping UMass Dartmouth researchers today solve the problems of tomorrow.
  • E-Update: Week of February 27, 2011

    Over 45 stimulus-funded clean energy projects celebrated in Central MA and fighting crime in Fitchburg, with the help of stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of February 20, 2011

    Stimulus-funded OpenCape broadband initiative is preparing to launch and stimulus awards help Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program give homeless families access to healthcare.
  • E-Update: Week of February 13, 2011

    New report details the impact of Recovery Act and stimulus helps Operation Able provide a second chance for older job seekers.
  • E-Update: Week of February 6, 2011

    Stimulus-funded digester project receives innovation award and stimulus grants help the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnerhip provide homeless clients with the ability to have a place to call home.
  • E-Update: Week of January 30, 2011

    MA awarded $3.4 mil stimulus grant for electronic health records and a stimulus grant provides housing -- and opportunities -- in Lunenburg.
  • E-Update: Week of January 23, 2011

    Stimulus grant aims at increasing energy efficiency in Merrimack Valley and stimulus grants help the town of Lancaster go green.
  • E-Update: Week of January 9, 2011

    An affordable housing revival, with help from stimulus and Hardwick's infrastructure gets a stimulus boost.
  • E-Update: Week of January 2, 2011

    The MWRA's latest energy initiative gets stimulus' help and a well-traveled bridge in Oakham gets a much-needed upgrade, thanks to a stimulus award.
  • E-Update: Week of December 19, 2010

    Happy Holidays! Read how stimulus is helping a company ensure vision health.
  • E-Update: Week of December 12, 2010

    Stimulus Funds boost Western Mass rail project and how stimulus helped a company save energy for a rainy day.
  • E-Update: Week of December 5, 2010

    Stimulus funded repairs to Lawrence bridge completed and stimulus is helping the Milford Police keep the peace.
  • E-Update: Week of November 28, 2010

    Providing a voice, and a skill, to the visually impaired and stopping wildfires -- before they start.
  • E-Update: Week of November 14, 2010

    Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission unveils stimulus-funded adaptive vehicle to assist people with disabilities and Brockton's water facilities look to the future, thanks to stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of November 7, 2010

    Massachusetts will receive an additional $61 million in Recovery Act weatherization funds and Swansea gets clean water with the help of the Palmer River and stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of October 31, 2010

    The latest Citizens' Update is now available, Ware receives stimulus funds for a new fire station and researchers get help from stimulus grants.
  • E-Update: Week of October 24, 2010

    A stimulus-funded radio training program for the visually impaired is launched and an innovative company is hoping to help diabetic patients, with stimulus' help.
  • E-Update: Week of October 17, 2010

    Groundbreaking for the $55.5 mil stimulus-funded Wachusett Commuter Rail Extension Project and a spotlight on New Bedford: How stimulus helps a city stay afloat.
  • E-Update: Week of October 10, 2010

    MA is one of two leading states in the ACEEE's energy efficiency scorecard and high tech growth is happening in Fall River, with the help of stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of October 3, 2010

    $4.1 mil in stimulus funds go to broadband assistance to help MA vets and small businesses, $55 mill in stimulus funds will support public higher education and keeping poverty at bay, and hope alive, on the North Shore.
  • E-Update: Week of September 26, 2010

    Metrowest firms to supply solar panels to state in stimulus-funded project and the fight against poverty in the Fitchburg area gets a stimulus boost.
  • E-Update: Week of September 19, 2010

    Jewish Healthcare Center gets stim-funded workforce training grant and healthcare and much more, flourishes in the heart of Brockton.
  • E-Update: Week of September 12, 2010

    Groundbreaking for stim-funded Whittier Street Health Center building and partnering to provide opportunity, in Springfield.
  • E-Update: Week of September 5, 2010

    Eight school districts to get stimulus awards and stimulus invests in green energy, a cleaner future and a growing company.
  • E-Update: Week of August 29, 2010

    New England Produce Market goes green with its stimulus award and Massachusetts Rebailitation Commission helps its clients get jobs with the help of stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of August 22, 2010

    MA secures $250 million in stimulus-funded Race to the Top grant, stimulus funds new public housing heating systems and a career center gets help from stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of August 15, 2010

    State workforce training partnership programs get stimulus award and United Way of Tri County helps working parents get easy access to child care info.
  • E-Update: Week of August 8, 2010

    Stimulus energizes Ashland with green energy projects and stimulus is easing the nursing shortage, one scholarship at a time.
  • E-Update: Week of August 1, 2010

    Stimulus helps fund small biz clean energy grants and stimulus grants help YouthBuild Fall River give the city's youth opportunity and hope.
  • E-Update: Week of July 25, 2010

    Recovery Act continues to put thousands more back to work in the state, Massachusetts is selected as a finalist in Race To The Top competition and CareerWorks gets stimulus help to fulfill its mission to get every client a job.
  • E-Update: Week of July 18, 2010

    Stimulus funds energy program for lower income homeowners and a stimulus-funded YouthWorks program puts teens to work and back in school.
  • E-Update: Week of July 11, 2010

    MA to get $59 mil in stimulus funds to help struggling schools and stimulus helps East Boston APAC help English language learners.
  • E-Update: Week of July 4, 2010

    $45 mil stimulus award to MA to expand broadband access and a place to heal and call home gets help from stimulus.
  • E-Update: Week of June 27, 2010

    Stimulus funds 46 solar energy projects across the state and stimulus awards are helping an anti-poverty agency change lives on the Cape.
  • E-Update: Week of June 20, 2010

    MA biotechs and hospitals are boosted by health stimulus funds and MassRRO Director Jeffrey Simon is onsite in Barnstable.
  • E-Update: Week of June 13, 2010

    The East Boston neighborhood health center breaks ground on new stimulus funded facility and, thanks to stimulus, struggling citizens learning how to become financially literate, one dollar at a time.
  • E-Update: Week of June 6, 2010

    Pharmalucence will build a facility with ARRA-funded Recovery Zone bonds, Recovery puts the music back in students' lives and a stimulus-funded green energy training program will get houses warm and people working.
  • E-Update: Week of May 30, 2010

    Boston HealthNet gets a $3 Mil Recovery Act award and stimulus-funded projects energize the solar industry.
  • E-Update: Week of May 23, 2010

    Massachusetts is awarded a $13 Million stimulus-funded Data Systems grant and Dorchester Neighborhood Service Centers get stimulus help in their fight against poverty.
  • E-Update: Week of May 16, 2010

    The groundbreaking of Franklin Apartments kicks off the MassWorks initiative and the story of how stimulus-funded projects are helping a 50-year old company stay afloat.
  • E-Update: Week of May 9, 2010

    A stim-funded bridge rehabilitation project helps LM Holdings, the contractor on the project, and the people of Lawrence, the Haverhill commuter rail project moves forward and the Faces of Economic Recovery exhibition at South Station debuts on May 17.
  • E-Update: Week of May 2, 2010

    The latest Citizens' Update --with the third Q ARRA numbers -- is available, YouthBuild receives a stimulus grant and a look at how Recovery Works for A&M Contracting.
  • E-Update: Week of April 25, 2010

    Recovery Act puts thousands to work in Massachusetts, housing authorities get stim-funded energy upgrades and MassRRO director Jeffrey Simon is onsite in Western Mass.
  • E-Update: Week of April 18, 2010

    MBTA launches fleet of new stim-funded hybrid buses and MassRRO director Jeffrey Simon visits Western Mass to see stimulus up close.
  • E-Update: Week of April 11, 2010

    Stimulus funds help solar projects, Harvard and Children's Hospital share a health IT grant and the stimulus office pays a visit to the new stim-funded Action office in Ipswich.
  • E-Update: Week of April 4, 2010

    Stimulus funds support training in healthcare jobs, a Fitchburg community health center gets stimulus money for expansion and stimulus heals a housing project with its redevelopment dream.
  • E-Update: Week of March 28, 2010

    Read about how More Than Words impacted a Massachusetts youth, and who was awarded the US Department of Education ARRA-funded Teacher Partnership Grants this week.
  • E-Update: Week of March 21, 2010

    The details were released for the stimulus-funded appliance rebate program, $16 Mil in stimulus funds went to energy efficiency projects and a health center gets a permanent home.
  • E-Update: Week of March 14, 2010

    A Fall River firefighter gets his job back and how stimulus saved an affordable housing project.
  • E-Update: Week of March 7, 2010

    $72.5 Mil in stimulus funds goes to transit improvements projects, the home appliance rebate program starts April 22 and stimulus gives the Dorchester House a much-needed boost.
  • E-Update: Week of February 28, 2010

    Massachusetts is selected as a finalist in Race to the Top Competition, the Governor hosts a "Back to Work" roundtable and the OpenCape Broadband initiative gets a $32 million stimulus grant.
  • E-Update: Week of February 21, 2010

    Stimulus funds are fully committed to water and wastewater projects and the Dedham Housing Authority will get stimulus funded heating systems.
  • E-Update: Week of February 14, 2010

    Governor Patrick celebrates ARRA's one-year anniversary, Stimulus grants fund transportation and health IT intiatives.
  • E-Update: Week of February 7, 2010

    Commonwealth obligates 100% of ARRA highway funding and Recovery funds help replace public housing heating systems.
  • E-Update: Week of January 31, 2010

    The Recovery Act puts thousands to work in the state and Recovery Act funds help a business empowerment center in Worcester.
  • E-Update: Week of January 24, 2010

    ARRA funds are designated to water infrastructure upgrades and will also benefit Western Mass. rail lines.
  • E-Update: Week of January 17, 2010

    The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center is in the process of a much-needed expansion thanks in part to a stimulus award and UMass Lowell gets an ARRA broadband adoption award.
  • E-Update: Week of January 10, 2010

    ARRA Awards help build and preserve affordable rental housing and go to re-employment programs across the state.
  • E-Update: Week of January 3, 2010

    Stimulus saves Everett literacy class and stimulus-funded energy appliance rebate program to start.
  • E-Update: Week of December 27, 2009

    Stimulus award helps students succeed and new stimulus-funded solar power rebate programs announced.
  • E-Update: Week of December 20, 2009

    Recovery Act awards are key to the Quincy redevelopment project and to rebuilding important routes in Bellingham and Sutton.
  • E-Update: Week of December 13, 2009

    Recovery Act awards help Fitchburg and the Merrimack Valley as well as retired Hyde Park home owner, Yvonne Spencer.
  • E-Update: Week of December 6, 2009

    Mass. clinics get a stimulus boost, Recovery Act funds enable a large development to move forward and the Banneker School thrives thanks to its Recovery Act award.
  • E-Update:Week of November 30, 2009

    Action gets Recovery Act reward and Fall River firefireghters are rescued by stimulus funds.
  • E-Update: Week of November 23, 2009

    Recovery Act funds help hire police officers, firefighters and revive five affordable housing projects.
  • E-Update: Week of November 16, 2009

    Rail employees hired thanks to stimulus funds and federal stimulus funds awarded to New England Primate Research Center for vaccine development.
  • E-Update: Week of November 9, 2009

    Stimulus funds for Broadband mapping and helping Massachusetts businesses compete for Stimulus funds.
  • E-Update: Week of November 2, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of October 26, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of October 19, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of October 12, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of October 5, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of September 14, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of September 7, 2009

  • E-Update: Week of August 31, 2009

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  • E-Update: Week of August 3, 2009