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Apply Now for the Massachusetts Firefighter... Apply Now for the Massachusetts Firefighter Civil Service Exam
This is a guest blog post from the Civil Service Unit. Firefighters are some of Massachusetts’ most dedicated, hardworking civil servants. If you think you would thrive in a physically challenging job that involves operating heavy hose lines and pumps, maintaining equipment, putting out fires, and   ...Continue Reading Apply Now for the Massachusetts Firefighter Civil Service Exam

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Safe Toys and Gifts for Children
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Children love receiving gifts and presents year-round, and the excitement that comes from unwrapping a gift can fill a house with joy. While toys are meant to be fun and entertaining, they can pose several safety risks. In 2014 there were approximately 251,800 toy-related injuries,   ...Continue Reading Safe Toys and Gifts for Children

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Hurricane Preparedness: Be Ready Before the Storm
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This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). Governor Baker has proclaimed July 16–22, 2017 to be Hurricane Preparedness Week to underscore the Commonwealth’s vulnerability to tropical storms and hurricanes. Historically, the majority of tropical storms and hurricanes that have   ...Continue Reading Hurricane Preparedness: Be Ready Before the Storm

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Celebrate Independence Day in Massachusetts
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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

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Celebrate LGBTQ Pride in Massachusetts
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A rainbow flag — the symbol of LGBTQ pride and diversity — flies over Boston City Hall in June as Massachusetts residents come together to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. The flag raising ceremony officially kicked off Boston Pride Week, which runs from June 2–11.   ...Continue Reading Celebrate LGBTQ Pride in Massachusetts

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Honor Massachusetts Veterans This Memorial Day
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Massachusetts proudly supports and honors military members who have died fighting for our country. Memorial Day — May 29, 2017 — offers residents an opportunity to remember fallen heroes. The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) and the Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS) share information on Memorial Day   ...Continue Reading Honor Massachusetts Veterans This Memorial Day

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4 Things to Do When Applying for Financial Aid
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Each year, financial aid helps millions of students across the United States achieve their dreams of attending college. There are many free resources available to guide you through the application process. The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA), a division of the Department of Higher   ...Continue Reading 4 Things to Do When Applying for Financial Aid

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The Prevailing Wage Program in Massachusetts
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Each year, many people help pave state highways, renovate public buildings, and take care of various public works projects across the Commonwealth. The Prevailing Wage Program in Massachusetts helps ensure that professionals doing public work projects are paid properly by determining the minimum hourly wage rates workers   ...Continue Reading The Prevailing Wage Program in Massachusetts

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Getting Married in Massachusetts: After the...
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Congratulations, you tied the knot! You’re probably ready to kick back and enjoy your newlywed bliss. But if you haven’t thought about it already, you might want to take care of some paperwork, especially if you decided to change your name. Our first post filled   ...Continue Reading Getting Married in Massachusetts: After the Wedding

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Getting Married in Massachusetts: Before the...
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If you’re planning your dream wedding in the Bay State, congratulations! Whatever your theme or guest list — should you invite Aunt Edna or your second cousin Joe? — there are a few things you’ll need to do before the big day to make sure   ...Continue Reading Getting Married in Massachusetts: Before the Wedding

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