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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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The 2017 Boston Marathon Spectator Guidelines
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This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). The 121st running of the Boston Marathon will be held on Patriot’s Day — Monday, April 17, 2017. This year, 30,000 registered runners will run the 26.2-mile course, which starts in Hopkinton   ...Continue Reading The 2017 Boston Marathon Spectator Guidelines

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Family Support Services for Families Caring for...
Many families across Massachusetts care for loved ones with intellectual disabilities. Through the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) within the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Commonwealth offers a number of programs that provide resources, respite, and support to help these families. According to DDS,   ...Continue Reading Family Support Services for Families Caring for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

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The Massachusetts State Supplement Program
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If you’re over 65, blind, or a person with a disability, you may be eligible to receive benefits through the Massachusetts State Supplement Program (SSP). SSP helps qualified residents pay for basic needs like food, clothing, and housing. You can find out more about the program, your eligibility,   ...Continue Reading The Massachusetts State Supplement Program

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Filing Property Taxes in Massachusetts
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When you file your Massachusetts taxes this year, don’t forget about property taxes. Property taxes are filed and collected through the town or city where your property is located, not through the state government. The Department of Revenue (DOR) and the Massachusetts Court System provide information on who’s required   ...Continue Reading Filing Property Taxes in Massachusetts

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Opioid Misuse in Massachusetts: What Parents...
The number of annual deaths related to opioid use in Massachusetts more than quadrupled between 2000 and 2015, according to the Department of Public Health (DPH). Parents should be aware that young people are at high risk of becoming involved in this fatal epidemic. According to DPH and   ...Continue Reading Opioid Misuse in Massachusetts: What Parents Need to Know

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5 Women Who Shaped Massachusetts Politics
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March is Women’s History Month — what better time to celebrate women who have shaped Massachusetts politics? From the first women elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives to the first female senator to represent the state in Washington, D.C., Bay State women have been shaping the   ...Continue Reading 5 Women Who Shaped Massachusetts Politics

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How To Legally Change Your Name in Massachusetts
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Everyone has the right to legally change their name, as long as the request is not inconsistent with the public interest. When you change your name as an adult, you’ll need to go through a court proceeding. If the court allows your petition, you will receive   ...Continue Reading How To Legally Change Your Name in Massachusetts

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Celebrate Black History Month with These...
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One way to commemorate Black History Month this February is to learn about and recognize the contributions of African Americans throughout U.S. history. The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) has compiled a list of Black History Month resources, including walking tours and heritage   ...Continue Reading Celebrate Black History Month with These Historical Tours and Trails

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3 Fun Things to Do in Massachusetts over...
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George Washington’s Birthday is observed on the third Monday in February every year. This year, it falls on Feb. 20. According to the National Archives, Congress declared his birthday a legal holiday in 1879 after years of unofficial celebrations to honor our first commander in chief. For many Americans,   ...Continue Reading 3 Fun Things to Do in Massachusetts over Presidents Day Weekend

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