The Boston Globe and Boston Herald. are reporting that
Massachusetts Turnpike Authority boss Alan LeBovidge has resigned. Could this be related to to the Easter weekend fiasco?
Who will replace him?
Is Aloisi next? …
If Swine Flu Doesn’t Kill You Revere Beach Will
Remember how the MBTA was going to replace the elevated Orange Line with some form of rail service? Yeah…they don’t. Hooray for more sparkling silver buses for poor people. Boston Globe Joe Lieberman isn’t good with money. Hartford Courant Every union has cut an agreement with the Boston Globe except those…
Awww look The Boston Newspaper Guild created this website to promote the preservation of their beloved place of employment. Isn’t it pretty? Hmmmm, I wonder what they have for photos from their rally…**Clicks on Gallery** “Coming Soon” Ok…what about future events? **Clicks on Calendar** “Coming soon” Uh? Updates from the union? **Clicks on News** “Coming soon” Ah…Press Releases? **Clicks on…Read More »
Is this the end of the Boston Globe? Today is the last issue that the folks at the New York Times company have threatened to publish. Will hundreds of workers show up to a shuttered plant at midnight to produce a paper that no longer exists? Only time will tell. The front page at your left could be the last…Read More »
( – promoted by Cool Cal) I don't think anyone here will be devastated if the Globe were to go under. A Boston where the Herald was the newspaper of record would be a better Boston for everyone. Though the notion of a conservative buying the Globe would also be deliciously rich. However would our Lords and Masters on Beacon…Read More »
(I’m not a fan of the Globe, but until there are real alternatives, that extensively cover local issues, newspapers going under is bad for Republican Governance…. – promoted by Cool Cal) These quotes come from the Boston Herald (and reprinted in the Standard-Times of New Bedford) but, as the quotes note, it’s also reported over at Boston.com.…Read More »
Deval Patrick is utterly tone-deaf. He just doesn’t get it. Yesterday on the heels of Joan Vennocchi’s well written column of advice to the Governor, he called criticisms of Aloisi and other personnel moves “trivial”. The Boston Globe has the story. Governor Deval Patrick strongly defended Secretary of Transportation James A. Aloisi Jr. yesterday, despite Aloisi’s record lately of generating…Read More »