Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Good news about our State

U.S. News and World Report awarded Massachusetts its top honor, citing the Commonwealth’s continuing academic achievement, innovative health care system, and strong economy in its ‘Best States’ ranking. The report evaluates each of the fifty states across seven categories: health care, education, opportunity, economy, infrastructure, crime and corrections, and government. Massachusetts ranked No. 1 in education and No. 2 in healthcare, and placed within the top ten for economy and crime and corrections.

“Massachusetts is a great place to live, work and raise a family because of the strength and character of all those who call the Commonwealth home,” Governor Charlie Baker said in a release. “Everyone should be proud that Massachusetts continues to lead the nation in health care access and public education for all citizens, and our administration will continue to build on these accomplishments to bring more economic success to every corner of Massachusetts.”



At March 1, 2017 at 8:22 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice to hear some positive news. I would not want to live anywhere else, and I think Framingham is a great place to live. Since I think right now it is great, I can't see the reason to change the form of government here. Sure we have issues, but if you really think those issues will go away with a Mayor and City Counselors, then you are living in a dream world. Wake up people, how is going from 200 voices of residents (TM members) to having less than 20 voice of residents going to give you more say in your local government?


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