Recent Press Releases on Mass.gov

This report shows press releases released in the last 30 days.

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Healey-Driscoll Administration Swears in Members of Early Education and Care Board  

6/12/2024 Department of Early Education and Care

Education Secretary Tutwiler swears Chair Belsito, Nicki Ruiz de Luzuriaga, and Jamella Lee, who were reappointed to the Board of Early Education and Care.
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DPH report: Massachusetts opioid-related overdose deaths decreased 10 percent in 2023  

6/12/2024 Department of Public Health

Drop in fatal overdoses is largest decline in Massachusetts in 13 years

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Healey-Driscoll Administration Details 9-Month Length of Stay Policy at Emergency Assistance Sites  

6/12/2024 Governor Maura Healey and Lt. Governor Kim Driscoll

First notices to families expected to go out in early July

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MassDEP Fines Rhode Island Demolition Services Company for Asbestos Violation in Bellingham  

6/12/2024 Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

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Healey-Driscoll Administration Awards Nearly $15 Million in Skills Capital Grants  

6/11/2024 Executive Office of Education

Funds will support 65 high schools, colleges, and educational institutions in upgrading technology and lab spaces, expanding career programs for young people and adults

Secretary Tutwiler and Secretary Jones tour the HVAC lab at Assabet Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School
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Newton and State Police Investigating Suspicious ATV Fire  

6/11/2024 Department of Fire Services

Public’s Help Sought in June 1 Fire in Thompsonville

Newton, Massachusetts, fire investigation
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HPC SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON PATIENT EXPERIENCE AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS AT HPC CONVENING FOR CAREGIVERS OF SUBSTANCE-EXPOSED NEWBORNS  

6/11/2024 Massachusetts Health Policy Commission

$1.46 million in HPC funding supported coordinated, bias-free care for 200+ caregivers with substance use disorders and their infants

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Massachusetts To Receive Over $14 Million From Settlement With Johnson & Johnson For Alleged Deceptive Marketing Of Talc-Containing Products  

6/11/2024 Office of the Attorney General

AG Campbell Joins Bipartisan Multistate Coalition In Reaching $700 Million Settlement With Johnson & Johnson, Which Will Stop Manufacturing Its Talc-Containing Powder Products In The United States