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The electoral challenge: How are Labour performing in by-elections …

As it is near Christmas you will forgive me if I don t contribute any carefully thought through prose but instead let some numbers do the talking, and let you draw your own conclusions. A prominent Corbyn supporter challenged me on Twitter last week about why I wasn t doing the weekly update on council by-election results I used to post on my own blog until the General Election. The simple answer is that the excellent @britainelects Twitter feed 1 now publishes them in real time as the results come out on each Thursday night 2 .

By way of a round-up, here is the change in Labour vote share in all the council by-elections where there has been a Labour candidate (and there was a Labour candidate in the previous contest so a comparison can be made) since the leadership election in September, grouped by region so you can see the regional pattern.

Eastern (average Labour vote share -4.1%) Bourn (S Cambridgeshire) +2.9% Chedgrave & Thurton (S Norfolk) -0.8% Dedham & Langham (Colchester) -4.3% Hertford Heath (E Herts) -1.7% Huntingdon East (Huntingdonshire) -2.9% Loddon (Norfolk) -8.4% Rochford (Rochford) -16.0% Shenfield (Brentwood) -0.7% S Smallborough (Norfolk) -5.3% Watton (Norfolk) -5.4% West (Peterborough) -2.1% East Midlands (average -5.6%) Belvoir (S Kesteven) -15.1% Coal Ashton (NE Derbyshire) -6.7% Derwent Valley (Derbyshire) -1.7% Holmewood & Heath (NE Derbyshire) +7.4% Market Logan (Harborough) -5.9% Selston (Ashfield) -4.3% Selston (Nottinghamshire) -13.2% London (average +3.3%) Boleyn (Newham) +7.9% Bryanston & Dorset Square (Westminster) -5.7% Kensal Green (Brent) -1.0% Noel Park (Haringey) +7.5% S Camberwell (Southwark) +9.0% Woodside (Haringey) +1.9% North Howgate (Cumbria) -12.9% North West (average -5.5%) Carnforth & Millhead (Lancaster) -2.8% Clifton (Fylde) -9.6% Congleton E (E Cheshire) +1.4% Euxton N (Chorley) +12.7% Risedale (Barrow in Furness) -24.1% Tottington (Bury) -10.5% Scotland (average -8.8%) Ayr E (S Ayrshire) -7.3% Blantyre (S Lanarkshire) -7.0% Dunfermline N (Fife) -18.7% George Street/Harbour (Aberdeen) -5.4% Glenrothes W & Kinglassie -9.3% Irvine Valley (E Ayrshire) -6.3% Linlithgow (W Lothian) +2.6% Midstocket/Rosemount (Aberdeen) -11.2% Rosyth (Fife) -13.2% Stirling E (Stirling) -11.9% South East (average -2.6%) Ash South & Tongham (Guildford) -5.1% Aylesford Green (Ashford) -32.4% Chandler s Ford (Hampshire) +1.9% Epsom W (Surrey) +2.1% Goldsworth E (Woking) -1.0% Goldsworth W (Woking) +1.3% Grimsbury & Castle (Cherwell) +5.9% Northfield Brook (Oxford) +2.1% Sandford & the Wittenhams (S Oxfordshire) -3.7% Shepperton Town (Spelthorne) -4.8% Sonning Common (S Oxfordshire) +4.7% South West (average no change in Labour vote) Clifton with Maidenway (Torbay) -9.0% Kinson South (Bournemouth) +7.0% Rodwell (Dorset) -7.3% Salisbury St Edmund & Milford (Wiltshire) +5.6% Totnes (South Hams) +3.7% Wales (average +0.1%) Bettws (Newport) +6.8% Dewi (Gwynedd) -0.2% Gogarth (Conwy) +1.4% Kidwelly (Carmarthenshire) -10.6% Ogmore Vale (Bridgend) +3.7% Riverside (Cardiff) -0.8% West Midlands (average -10.6%) Belle Vue (Shropshire) -28.7% Blakebrook & S Habberley -1.7% Meole (Shropshire) -11.0% Stourport-on-Severn (Worcs) -0.8% Yorkshire & Humberside Pontefract N (Wakefield) +0.1% References ^ @britainelects Twitter feed ( ^ Thursday night (

Key Stage 2 sing for North Norfolk radio

Recently KS2 recorded part of The Twelve Days of Christmas. I have received an email from them today explaining when we can hear them. It will be on Wednesday 16th December.

I ve copied the message below so you have the exact times. On behalf of all of us here at North Norfolk Radio very many thanks for entering into the Christmas spirit with our recording of the 12 days of Christmas. Each school will be broadcast on North Norfolk Radio at about 7.20am and repeated at about 8.20am on the days below.

Plus a repeat at about 3.20pm each afternoon. Then on Christmas morning all the schools will be together for the full, complete song! Thank you again and from all of us here Merry Christmas!

Kind regards Dick Wed Dec 9th: 1st Day of Christmas Corpusty Primary Thurs Dec 10th : 2nd Day of Christmas Erpingham Primary Fri Dec 11th: 3rd Day of Christmas St.Mary s School, Roughton Mon Dec 14th : 4th day of Christmas- Little Snoring Primary Tues Dec 15th: 5th Day of Christmas Suffield Park Infants, Cromer Wed Dec 16th: 6th Day of Christmas All Saints school, Stibbard Thurs Dec 17th : 7th Day of Christmas- Gresham Village School Fri Dec 18th : 8th Day of Christmas- Aldborough Primary Mon Dec 21st : 9th day of Christmas Astley Primary Tues Dec 22nd 10th day of Christmas Colby Primary Wed Dec 23rd 11th day of Christmas Langham Village School Thurs Dec 24th 12th day of Christmas Millfield Primary, North Walsham Then all together on Christmas morning!

Wigan Rotary says Follow That Float this Christmas 2015

Santa and his Carol Float will be out and about again when we get nearer to Christmas. He will be helping the My Life organisation at Standish Equestrian Centre on Nov 30 from 12.30 until 3.30 He will be at Tesco , Wigan several times in December :- Saturday 12 th 10 am to 8 pm Sunday 13 th 10 am to 4 pm — Thursday 17 th 10am to 4 pm — Friday 18 th 10 am to 8 pm Saturday 19 th 10 am to 4.30 pm — Sunday 20 th 10 am to 4 pm — Weds 23 rd 10 am to 5 pm He will be at Sainsbury s, Goose Green from 9.30 am to5 30 pm on the following dates; December Monday 14 th , Tuesday 15 th , Monday 21 st and Tuesday 22 nd . On December 16 th (Wednesday) he will be at Asda, Newtown from 10 am until 8 pm He will also be making several tours of the borough.

Details as follows:- Nov.

30 (Monday) Standish West – Copeland Ave, Churchlands Lane areas Dec.

1 (Tuesday) Gidlow East – Hodges St, Barnsley St areas Dec.

2 (Wednesday) Standish North – Kenyon Rd, James Square, Avondale Rd areas Dec.

3 (Thursday) Gidlow West – St Andrews Cres, Norfolk St, Rylands St areas Dec.

4 (Friday) Shevington South – Churchland, Inward Dr, Vicarage Lane areas Dec.

5 (Saturday) Shevington North Elmfield, Redwood, High Park, Longbrook areas Dec.

6 (Sunday) Standish West – Woodhurst Dr, Langham Rd, Green Ln areas Dec.

7 (Monday) Almond Brk – Shevington Moor, Hesketh Dr, Cressell Pk areas Dec.

8 (Tuesday) Swinley – Danesway, Swinley Ln, Holme Av areas Dec.

9 (Wednesday) Orrell North – Mersey Rd, Coniston Av, Broxton Av areas Dec.

10 (Thursday) Orrell South – Shirewell Rd, Naburn Dr, Wilsham Rd, Lynbridge Dec.

11 (Friday) Standish Central – St Wilfrids, Cranleigh, Grove Ln areas Dec.

12 (Saturday) The Rotary Choir will be singing carols in the Grand Arcade Dec.

13 (Sunday) Standish South – Boars Head Av, Hartington Dr, Pilgrims Way Dec.

14 (Monday) Winstanley – Pepperwood Dr, Crowther Dr areas Dec.

15 (Tuesday) Hawkley – Whitcroft Rd, Navemby Rd, Fulbeck Av areas Dec.

19 (Saturday) Appley Bridge – Woodnook Rd, Runshaw Av, Newgate Av areas Dec.

20 (Sunday) Whitley – Whitley Cres, Hazelwood, Sittingbourne Rd, Romney Way Dec.

21 (Monday) Winstanley – Melrose Dr, Ravenswood Av, Tan House Dr areas Dec.

22 (Tuesday) Goose Green – Crestwood Av, Clapgate Ln, Cromer Rd areas Follow us on Facebook: https// and on Twitter: https// wigan

Middleboro Review: CapeCodToday: SHNS:What's ahead in state …

Formal sessions recess for the year on November 18 – See more at: 1 Formal sessions recess for the year on Wednesday, Nov.

18, but legislative leaders appear in no rush to deliver major bills to Gov. Charlie Baker’s desk. Unfinished priority bills stay alive through the winter recess and into 2016, an election year when lawmakers undoubtedly will be looking to promote their freshly minted accomplishments.

Both branches plan informal sessions Monday. The House does not plan to hold any formal sessions next week, while the Senate has one set for Tuesday. Veterans Day is Wednesday and the House this week passed a batch of bills aimed at safeguarding veterans grave markers (H 1306) and punishing those who falsely claim to be veterans in order to secure benefits (H 1641).

House members invoked Veterans Day as an apt time to pass the bills, and it’s possible that the bills could emerge in the Senate on Tuesday when Senator-elect Michael Brady is scheduled to be sworn in after this week’s special election results are certified by the Governor’s Council. The list of priority bills seen as possibly reaching Baker by Nov.

18 has been whittled down to solar energy and public records reform bills, but the House has been slow to produce any recommendations in those areas or to take up omnibus opioid legislation. Even if solar and records reform bills advance in the next 12 days, it’s increasingly unlikely that House and Senate leaders would be able to reconcile differences in competing bills before their winter recess.

There’s no real deadline pressure, which is what often drives the Legislature to act, since most legislation carries over into the second year of the session, when formal sessions will resume in January and must be completed by the end of July. The only matters that don’t carry over under joint rule 12B are “any measure making or supplementing an appropriation for a fiscal year submitted to or returned to the General Court by the Governor.” Spending vetoes not overridden by Nov.

18 are effectively sustained, although portions of budget bills returned by the governor with amendments do carry over. The House plans back-to-back formal sessions before the recess, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov.

17 and 18. MARINE CORPS BIRTHDAY: Lt. Gov.

Karyn Polito attends a birthday celebration for the United States Marine Corps. (Saturday, 7 p.m., 181 Lake Ave., Worcester) HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends the Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner and Auction. (Saturday, 7 p.m., Westin Copley Plaza, Boston) DCF ON THE RECORD: Department of Children and Families Commissioner Linda Spears will appear on “On the Record” to discuss ongoing policy changes in the wake of several child deaths. The Baker administration announced a series of reforms to the department in September including the reestablishment of the DCF Central Regional office. (Sunday, 11 a.m., WCVB-TV Ch.

5) ELECTION RECAP WITH KELLER: WBZ radio’s Joe Mathieu and Politico Massachusetts’ Lauren Dezenski join Jon Keller to discuss local election results from this past Tuesday and the New Hampshire presidential primary. (Sunday, 8:30 a.m., WBZ-TV Ch.

4) ROSENBERG AT B’NAI ABRAHAM: Senate President Stan Rosenberg speaks at Temple B’nai Abraham’s Annual Political Breakfast. (Sunday, 10 a.m., 200 E Lothrop St., Beverly) HOUSE AND SENATE: Both branches hold informal sessions at 11 a.m. BAKER, SHERIFFS TALK OPIOIDS: Gov.

Charlie Baker meets with county sheriffs to discuss the opioid epidemic and the potential impact of reforms contained in the substance abuse bill filed by the governor. Last month, Baker met with members of the law enforcement community, including police chiefs, sheriffs and district attorneys, to discuss his legislation, which will be discussed before the Joint Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse at a Nov.

16 hearing. The meeting is closed press with a media availability to follow at 10 a.m. (Monday, 9:30 a.m., governor’s office) PRUDENTIAL BUILDING ILLUMINATED FOR CLIMATE CHANGE: Look to the sky on Monday night to see the Prudential Building as a beacon of green in recognition of both the progress in climate change preparation by Boston’s Green Ribbon Commission (GRC) and a meeting it held with a leading authority in environmental protection.

Co-chaired by Mayor Marty Walsh, the GRC hosted a visit on Nov.

5 from John Holdren, President Barack Obama’s science advisor and the director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. According to organizers, the lighting will recognize a successful year of climate change dialogue facilitation, marked by the visiting of 20 urban sustainability officials, myriad environmental forums and this most recent meeting. BARNEY FRANK HONORED: One of the more outspoken former members of Congress will receive a bipartisan welcome, as Barney Frank and his late mother Elsie Frank will be celebrated by the McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies.

Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr, a Gloucester Republican, and Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry, a Dorchester Democrat, will deliver welcoming remarks, and David Cash, the dean of the school, will present a certificate to Frank. (Monday, 6 p.m., Great Hall) BAKER, LEGISLATIVE LEADERS MEET: Gov. Charlie Baker, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, House Minority Leader Rep.

Bradley Jones and Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr will gather in the Senate President’s office for a weekly leadership meeting. (CLOSED PRESS) (Monday, 2 p.m., Office of the Senate President, Room 332) COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS WITH SENIORS: Rep. Josh Cutler hosts a free buffet luncheon at the Hanson Senior Center with Rep. Denise Garlick, chairwoman of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs.

The event is part of Rep. Cutler’s “Community Conversations with Seniors” tour. The purpose is to hear thoughts from seniors on their needs and receive feedback on current services.

While the event is geared toward seniors, residents of any age living in Hanson, Pembroke or Duxbury are welcome. To RSVP, contact Hanson Senior Center director Mary Collins at 781-293-2683 2 or [email protected] 3 . (Monday, 12 p.m., Hanson Center Senior, 132 Maquan St., Hanson) REGIONAL OPIOID FORUM: The New England Council will host a regional forum on opioid addiction featuring remarks from Sen. Ed Markey, Gov.

Charlie Baker and New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan. The half-day conference titled “Tackling the Opioid Addiction Crisis: Innovative Approaches and Regional Collaboration” will also feature two panel discussions focused on private sector and public sector strategies to combat addiction.

The first panel will feature health insurance professionals and be moderated by Tufts Health Plan CEO James Roosevelt. A second panel, moderated by former Attorney General Maura Coakley, will include Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Monica Bharel as well representatives from health and human services and addiction services sectors from surrounding states and the federal government.

Full agenda: 4 (Monday, 8 a.m., Seaport Hotel, One Seaport Lane, Boston) LGBT AGING COMMISSION MEETING: The Special Legislative Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Aging holds a public meeting. It will be chaired by Rep. Denise Garlick and Sen.

Patricia Jehlen. (Monday, 11 a.m., One Beacon St., 23rd floor, AARP Conference Room, Boston) STATE ADMINISTRATION AND REGULATORY OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE: A total of 56 bills will be heard by the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, including a Sen. James Eldridge bill (S 1634) to establish a legislative fiscal office that would provide analysis and non-binding recommendations to the Legislature on bills pertaining to fiscal policy and the state budget. Under the proposed bill, any legislator could request that the office review the costs associated with pending legislation, and the bill could not be reported out of committee until such review is complete.

The office would also produce a report after the legislative session detailing all appropriations made during the session and the fiscal impact of enacted legislation. The committee will also accept testimony on a bill (H 2753) filed by Rep. Bradford Hill that would make the Legislature a public body subject to the state’s open meeting law, an idea that has not been viewed favorably by lawmakers over the years. (Monday, 10 a.m., Hearing Room A-2) SUBSTANCE USE AND MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE: The Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee will host a conference titled “New Approaches to Treatment and Services for Persons with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders.” The all-day event will feature experts and others involved in substance abuse treatment.

Topics expected to be discussed include how substance abuse affects teenage brains, people with psychiatric challenges and ethnic and other minority populations. It will run from 8:50 a.m. – 5 p.m. More info at: 5 Register at: 6 (Monday, 8:50 a.m., 10 Winter Place, Boston) OPEN RECORDS PANEL: The Massachusetts Genealogical Council and the Boston Public Library hosts a multidisciplinary panel discussion on the value of open public records.

Panelists include attorney Robert Ambrogi, the executive director of the Massachusetts Newspaper Publishers Association; genealogist Melinde Lutz Byrne of Boston University; and Newsweek finance editor Leah McGrath Goodman. The genealogical council is among groups looking to see the Legislature take action on public records reform. (Monday, 6 p.m., Boston Public Library commonwealth salon) TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Transportation holds a hearing on 29 bills, mostly on motorcycles and school bus safety. Six bills authorize cities and towns to install video school bus violation detection monitoring systems.

H 2968, sponsored by Rep. Edward Coppinger, prohibits cities and towns from establishing school zones that extend less than 500 feet beyond the school’s property. One of Sen.

Anne Gobi’s bills (S 1827) requires drug and alcohol testing for school bus drivers. Other bills lay out decibel restrictions for motorcycle noise (S 1845), provide for reasonable motorcycle parking space (H 3313) and give motorcycle owners 10 days to obtain a safety inspection sticker (H 2996). Full agenda: 7 (Monday, 10 a.m., A-1) MEEHAN VISITS ALL UMASS CAMPUSES: UMass President Marty Meehan will visit all five UMass campuses in one day, which no other president has done before, according to a statement from UMass.

His approximate schedule is Dartmouth at 7:30 a.m., Amherst at 10:45 a.m., Medical School in Worcester at 1:30 p.m., Lowell at 3:30 p.m. and Boston at 6 p.m. He plans to visit classes, tour laboratories and meet with new faculty members.

The event has a “Five Campuses, One Mission” theme and kicks off the inauguration week for Meehan, who took office as president July 1. He will be inaugurated Thursday at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate.

MBTA FISCAL AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL BOARD: The MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board holds a meeting that is scheduled to include discussion and action on a proposal to overhaul 17 Green Line vehicles that entered service in 1997, an overview of the RIDE and review of recent reforms, and a winter resilience update. Agenda: 8 (Monday, 12:30 p.m., MassDOT Board Room, 10 Park Plaza, Room 3830, Boston) MIDDLESEX VETERANS COURT: A ceremony at Framingham District Court marks the opening of the Middlesex Veterans Treatment Court, the fifth veterans court session in the state. Such specialty courts provide court-supervised probation and mandated treatment focused on treating the mental health or substance abuse issues underlying criminal behavior.

Secretary of Veterans Services Francisco Ure a and District Court Chief Justice Paul Dawley plan to attend, as to representatives from the Veterans Administration and Middlesex sheriff’s office. Judge David Cunis, first justice of the Framingham District Court, and Judge Michael Fabbri, the presiding judge of the Middlesex County Veterans Treatment Court, will host the event. (Monday, 2 p.m., Framingham District Court, courtroom 1, 600 Concord St., Framingham) BUMP ON “INSIDE STATE GOVERNMENT” | Auditor Suzanne Bump will be a guest on the North Attleborough Community Television show “Inside State Government,” hosted by Sen. Richard Ross. (Monday, 2 p.m., 93 South Washington St., North Attleborough) BUMP ON THE RADIO: Auditor Suzanne Bump will be a guest on the Mara Dolan show on WCAP. (Monday, 10:10 a.m., 980 AM) BUSINESS ACCELERATOR SEMINAR: Assistant Secretary of Business Development Nam Pham attends the North America Business Accelerator Expert Seminar. (Tuesday, 9 a.m., Cambridge Innovation Center, 1 Broadway, Cambridge) SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ANNUAL MEETING: Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash attends the annual meeting of the Small Business Administration. (Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., Constant Contact.

1601 Trapelo Road, Great Room North, Waltham) CERTIFICATION OF SENATE VOTE: The Governor’s Council will meet to certify the votes for the Second Plymouth and Bristol Senate district, where Rep. Mike Brady, a Brockton Democrat, defeated Rep. Geoff Diehl, a Whitman Republican. (Tuesday, 10 a.m., Governor’s Council Chambers) EARLY EDUCATION BOARD: The Board of Early Education and Care meets, with a vote scheduled on a rate increase for center-based early education and care programs based on the fiscal 2016 rate reserve.

The board will also discuss its fiscal 2017 budget recommendation. (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Fitchburg State University, President’s Hall, 160 Pearl St., Fitchburg) BAY STATE BANNER TURNS 50: The Bay State Banner, a weekly paper and news company serving Greater Boston’s African-American community, holds its 50th anniversary celebration at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute. The event will include a screening of a documentary about the Banner’s history, produced by award-winning filmmakers Tracy Heather Strain and Randy MacLowry, and the launch of a commemorative magazine.

Auditor Suzanne Bump and Treasurer Deborah Goldberg will attend. Tickets are $100 or $175 for VIP admission. 9 (Tuesday, 6 p.m., 210 Morrissey Blvd.) MASSPORT RETIREES: The Massachusetts Port Authority Employees’ Retirement System holds a special board meeting to conduct interviews for actuarial services. (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Logan Office Center, One Harborside Dr., 1st Floor, East Boston) TEWKSBURY HOSPITAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES: The board of trustees for the Department of Public Health’s Tewksbury Hospital holds a meeting that will include a presentation on campus programs security and update from the director of mental health services and hospital CEO. (Tuesday, 8 a.m., 365 East St., Tewksbury) HOUSING DAY: Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association holds its second annual Housing Day to lobby legislators to produce, preserve and plan for more affordable housing across the state.

CHAPA will present Housing Hero Awards to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Brian Dempsey and Senate Ways and Means Chairwoman Karen Spilka for “strong housing investments in the FY16 budget.” Housing Day participants will also hear more about three bills — H 1111, H 2540 and S 122 — that would, among other things, make changes to the state’s zoning, subdivision, and planning laws, amend housing tax credits, and remove programmatic barriers to housing development, according to CHAPA. (Tuesday, 9 a.m., Great Hall) WAGE EQUITY ROUNDTABLE: Treasurer Deborah Goldberg will host a regional roundtable discussion on wage equity issues. (Tuesday, 12 p.m., UMass-Lowell Inn & Conference Center, Lower Locks Board Room, 50 Warren St., Lowell) PANEL HOSTED ON ECONOMIC INEQUALITY The Roosevelt Institute and Greater Boston Policy Initiative will host a panel on the status of economic fairness and economist Joseph Stiglitz’s report on systemic inequality titled “Rewriting the Rules” Co-author and economist Nell Abernathy will lead the panel in partnership with City Awake, a startup 501(c)3 organization focused on facilitating a social impact ecosystem in Greater Boston. Both host organizations aim to increase civic engagement and education among the millennial generation in Boston. (Tuesday, 6:45 p.m., Lir, 903 Boylston Street, Back Bay) ROSENBERG AT THE FED: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends the monthly Jobs for Mass meeting. (Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., Federal Reserve Bank, 31st Floor, 600 Atlantic Avenue, Boston) TELECOM COMMITTEE: Bills related to telecommunications come before the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy for a hearing. Among the legislation is a Sen.

Kathleen O’Connor Ives bill (S 1782) that would ban misleading telemarketer calls and a Rep. David Nangle bill (H 3310) establishing additional regulations for payments required by cable service providers. A bill from Rep.

Carolyn Dykema (H 3307) would call on wireless service providers to make available for download at least one application that prohibits teenagers from texting while driving. Full agenda: 10 (Tuesday, 1 p.m., room B-1) COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS: The Board of Certification of Community Health Workers meets to discuss changes to the language in its regulations for training program requirements and its “good moral character” policy. (Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., 239 Causeway St., 4th floor, Room 417, Boston) STEM SUMMIT: A slate of elected leaders will address the 2015 Massachusetts STEM Summit. Now in its 12th year, the summit showcases exhibits centered on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The event will cover all levels of education, STEM policies and programs, innovation and entrepreneurship, career awareness and workforce development and business needs. Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt.

Gov. Karyn Polito, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash, UMass President Marty Meehan, Congressman Joe Kennedy III, Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester, Education Secretary James Peyser, and Higher Education Commissioner Carlos Santiago are expected to make remarks. Baker is scheduled to speak at 1:15 p.m.

After the summit ends, Peyser hosts a meeting of the STEM Advisory Council. Schedule: 11 (Tuesday, 7:30, DCU Center, Worcester) FOURTH REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: Republican presidential candidates vying for the party’s nomination will meet on stage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for a debate sponsored by Fox Business News and the Wall Street Journal. Like previous debates, it will be broken into two sections on the basis of poll numbers.

The 9 p.m debate will feature Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Sen.

Ted Cruz, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Kentucky Sen.

Rand Paul. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Arkansas Gov.

Mike Huckabee did not make the cut and will appear in the 7 p.m debate with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

Former New York Gov. George Pataki and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and former Virginia Gov.

Jim Gilmore did not qualify for either debate. (Tuesday, 7 p.m., Fox Business Network, Milwaukee Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) MEEHAN AT SPEAKER SERIES LAUNCH: UMass President Marty Meehan discusses transforming higher education in Massachusetts, as the featured speaker at the launch of Cristo Rey Boston High School’s Distinguished Speaker Series. (Tuesday, 9 a.m., Seaport Hotel, Ballroom A, Seaport Lane, Boston FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Financial Services holds a hearing on 20 bills related to insurance regulations. S 501, which is sponsored by Sen. Anne Gobi and has more than 45 cosponsors, prohibits insurance companies from cancelling, refusing to issue or increasing the rate of a policy on the basis of a dog on the property, unless the dog has been designated as dangerous.

H 817 and H 24 require insurers to compare policies, contracts and retained asset accounts against a Death Master File on at least a semi-annual basis, and lay out steps if a match is found. Other bills prohibit discrimination in insurance policies (S 504), set a maximum for a primary residence for windstorm or hail deductible rates (H 902) and establish a County Property Insurance Commission serving Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket counties. Full agenda: 12 (Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., B-2) WESTBOROUGH TOWN HALL REDEDICATION: Lt.

Gov. Karyn Polito will be on hand as the Westborough Town Hall is rededicated. (Tuesday, 6 p.m., Westborough Town Hall, 34 W. Main St., Westborough) TWIN CITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Undersecretary of Housing and Community Development Chrystal Kornegay attends the annual meeting of the Twin Cities Community Development Corporation. (Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., Boys & Girls Club of Leominster and Fitchburg, 365 Lindell Ave., Leominster) ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture holds a hearing on 30 hunting and trapping bills.

S 429, H 3236 and H 3239 permit Sunday hunting. S 414 and S 427 allow the Director of Fisheries and Wildlife to regulate the design, weight of pull and type of crossbows that may be used for hunting. Rep.

Nicholas Boldyga has sponsored a bill permitting the hunting of deer with a crossbow during the exclusive archery season on deer, for any person issued an archery stamp. S 423, sponsored by Sen. Anne Gobi, allows the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife to take measures to ensure a stable moose population in Worcester, Berkshire, Hampshire, Hampden and Franklin counties.

Other bills make it illegal to hunt using an unmanned aerial system (S 447), permit the hunting of deer by bow and arrow in Wompatuck State Park (H 625) and ease restrictions on shotgun ammunition types by giving the Director of Fisheries and Wildlife jurisdiction (H 728 and S 432). Full agenda: 13 (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough) LABOR COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development hears 19 bills related to unemployment insurance. Bills from Sen.

Kenneth Donnelly (S 969) and Rep. Kenneth Gordon (H 1714) seek to improve vocational training opportunities for unemployed workers. Rep.

Ellen Story has sponsored a bill (H 1770) that would provide unemployment benefits to employees who have been laid off from educational institutions, while Rep. Brian Mannal has filed legislation that would create a commission to study the setting of unemployment insurance rates (H 1738). A bill from Rep.

Bradley Jones (H 1722) would require anyone receiving unemployment benefits to “be willing to accept work” when the position offered is reasonably relative to a past job and the claimant is capable of performing it. Agenda: 14 (Tuesday, 1 p.m., room B-2) CELEBRATION OF LIFE DINNER: Victory Programs’ Boston Living Center, a community resource center for HIV-positive people, holds its annual Celebration of Life event, serving traditional Thanksgiving dinner to approximately 700 guests, including members of the HIV/AIDS community and their loved ones. Rep.

Gloria Fox and Roxbury Presbyterian Church pastor Rev. Liz Walker give remarks. Kevin Cranston, director of the Bureau of Infectious Diseases for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Nelly Carreno of NECN and Ray Magliozzi of NPR’s Car Talk are among the “VIP servers” for the dinner.

Larry Kessler of the AIDS Action Committee will be honored with the Peter Daniel Clark Award. (Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., Hynes Convention Center, 3rd floor) PUBLIC SERVICE COMMITTEE: The Public Service Committee will take up 39 miscellaneous bills. Rep. Peter Durant and Sen.

Will Brownsberger have both sponsored bills (H 2282/S 1330) that would overhaul the management of sick leave banks. Brownsberger, who said he has not read Durant’s bill, said his legislation would “basically put sick leave banks” under the control of the office of Administration and Finance, moving them out of the control of the Legislature and directing the office to establish regulations. Sick leave banks for individual state employees are a regular feature of legislative sessions, passing between the two chambers like any other bill and allowing employees to donate their own sick, personal or vacation days to another employee.

The Teachers Retirement Board has sponsored legislation (H 20) that would specify child sex offenses as a criminal offense that would cause teachers to lose their pensions. Legislation (H 27) sponsored by the treasurer’s office would provide for withholding of a pension member’s retirement benefits until the resolution of criminal charges in certain cases. A Rep.

Mark Cusack bill (H 2263) would provide public transit drivers with bathroom breaks of at least 10 minutes every four hours. That bill was sent for study last session. (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Room A-1) LGAC MEETING: The Local Government Advisory Commission holds a meeting. The agenda includes the state budget and economic outlook, issues raised at the municipal regulatory reform listening sessions, the need for Chapter 90 reauthorization for local roads, the Foundation Budget Review Commission’s recommendations for funding education aid and the initiative to identify underutilized state assets for redevelopment.

The purpose of LGAC is to present the municipal government point of view on proposed legislation to the governor, assist in mobilizing resources to deal with local government problems and meet with legislative leadership. Lt. Gov.

Karyn Polito will attend. (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Room 157) CLEAN ENERGY ACTION DAY: The Massachusetts Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action and Mass Power Forward hold a legislative action day for a “clean and just energy future” for Massachusetts. The event begins with a rally during which Rep. Lori Ehrlich, Minister Mariama White-Hammond of Bethel AME Church and Reverend Fred Small of Creation Coalition are expected to speak.

At 11 a.m., constituents and faith leaders meet with legislators. (Tuesday, 10 a.m., Grand Staircase) MBTA AUDIT AND FINANCE COMMITTEE: The MBTA’s standing committee on audit and finance meets. (Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., MassDOT Board Room, 10 Park Plaza, Room 3830, Boston) CONSUMER PROTECTION COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure holds a hearing on 18 bills. H 263, sponsored by Rep. John Scibak, prohibits dental licensing exams from requiring the performance of any irreversible procedure upon a live patient.

Rep. Nick Collins has sponsored a bill (H 167) requiring the Bureau of Pipefitters, Refrigeration Technicians, and Sprinkler Fitters to adopt regulations for refrigeration technicians working on commercial refrigeration systems of less than ten tons. H 3213, sponsored by Rep.

Shawn Dooley, creates a statewide septic license. Other bills regulate the issuance of provisional licenses for speech-language pathologists or audiologists (H 228), lay out fines for performing unlicensed electrical work (S 135) and provide requirements for the licensing of glaziers, people in the field of flat glass work (H 188). Full agenda: 15 (Tuesday, 1 p.m., A-2) SAFE HOMES COALITION: Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian and Safe Homes Coalition Executive Director Greg Stein host an event to launch the county’s partnership with the Safe Homes Coalition, which educates realtors and consumers about securing prescription medications in an effort to curb drug abuse. (Tuesday, 12:15 p.m., Framingham Police Headquarters) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: The Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies holds a hearing on 12 bills.

Sen. Jason Lewis has sponsored a bill (S 217) requiring the front of all slot machines to be affixed with a sticker delineating the addictive nature of slot machines, their non-randomness and the compulsive gambling hotline number. H 289, sponsored by Rep.

Danielle Gregoire, allows the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to license veterans’ organizations and other private clubs to operate gaming devices. Sen. John Keenan has submitted a bill – at the request of Quincy resident Thomas Emswiler – forming a commission to study the effects of changing the Massachusetts time zone from Eastern Standard to Atlantic Standard.

Other bills update regulations on thoroughbred horse breeding (S 242 and H 287), regulate charitable gaming (H 301) and establish a Priority Expense Fund, to include proceeds from Internet gaming and occasional sums from the General Court (S 241). Full agenda: 16 (Tuesday, 1 p.m., Holyoke Community College, Kittredge Center for Business & Workforce Development, 303 Homestead Ave., Holyoke) SANDISFIELD PIPELINE HEARING: The Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight holds a hearing on Rep. Garrett Bradley’s bill (H 3690) conveying easements in Sandisfield to the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, LLC, a Kinder Morgan company.

Sandisfield is in Berkshire County, on the Connecticut border and also bordering Hampden County. A spokesman for Kinder Morgan said the bill is not related to its Northeast Energy Direct project. The initiative is part of Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s Connecticut Expansion Project, which would add 3.8 miles of pipeline loop to the two existing pipelines in Sandisfield.

The easements, as laid out in the bill, would include pipeline markers, protection facilities and permanent and temporary access roads. Sen. Benjamin Downing and Rep.

William Pignatelli intend to testify against the bill. Other groups opposing the project include Massachusetts PipeLine Awareness Network, Sandisfield Taxpayers Opposing the Pipeline and No Fracked Gas in Mass. Full text: 17 (Tuesday, 11 a.m., Gardner Auditorium) BAKER HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: Gov.

Charlie Baker will make remarks and participate in a Habitat for Humanity Veterans Build Event. (Tuesday, 3 p.m., 79 Kendig Street, Worcester) WORCESTER WWII VETERANS: Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito attends a program honoring World War II veterans. (Wednesday, 1 p.m., Worcester City Hall, 455 Main St., Worcester) MOULTON ON RADIO BOSTON: Congressman Seth Moulton is a scheduled guest on Radio Boston. (Wednesday, 3:06 p.m, WBUR-FM 90.9) VIETNAM VETERANS WREATH LAYING: Lt.

Gov. Karyn Polito attends a wreath-laying ceremony in honor of Vietnam War veterans. (Wednesday, 2 p.m., Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Green Hill Park, 50 Skyline Dr., Worcester) MOULTON ON GREATER BOSTON: Congressman Seth Moulton will be a guest of Greater Boston host Jim Braude. (Wednesday, 7 p.m., WGBH-TV Ch.

2) BAKER VETERANS DAY CEREMONY: Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt.Gov.

Karyn Polito deliver remarks at Veterans Day Ceremony in the State House. (Wednesday, 10 a.m., State House Rotunda) BAKER OPERATION WELCOME HOME: Gov. Charlie Baker makes MassHousing Veterans’ Loan Program “Operation Welcome Home” Announcement. (Wednesday, 2:45 p.m., 104 Woburn Street, Reading) BAKER VISITS SOLDIER’S HOME: Gov. Charlie Baker visits Chelsea Soldiers’ Home (Wednesday, 4:30 p.m., 91 Crest Avenue, Chelsea) TA-NEHISI COATES AT HARVARD: Bestselling author and MacArthur fellow Ta-Nehisi Coates speaks at the Harvard Institute of Politics John F.

Kennedy Jr. Forum. Coates, national correspondent for The Atlantic, will participate in a moderated discussion with Bruce Western, director of the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at Harvard; Johns Hopkins University distinguished Bloomberg professor Kathryn Edin; and William Julius Wilson, the Lewis P.

and Linda L. Geyser University professor at Harvard. (Wednesday, 5 p.m., 79 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge) VETERANS DAY CEREMONY: The Department of Veterans Services and Secretary of Veterans Services Francisco Urena host an annual commemoration of Veterans Day at the State House.

Auditor Suzanne Bump is scheduled to attend the observance. (Wednesday, 10 a.m., Memorial Hall) HEALEY SERVES VETERANS: Attorney General Maura Healey will serve lunch to homeless veterans at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans. (Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., 70 Court St., Boston) THE LEGISLATURE: The House and Senate meet in informal sessions Thursday at 11 a.m. UMASS PRESIDENT INAUGURATION: Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt.

Gov. Karyn Polito, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, Senate President Stan Rosenberg and State Treasurer Deb Goldberg will attend the inauguration of UMass President Marty Meehan. Baker and DeLeo will make brief remarks at the ceremony. (Thursday, 3 p.m., Edward M.

Kennedy Institute, Columbia Point, Boston) MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS RECOGNIZED: The Massachusetts Hospital Association (MHA) will hold its first annual provider excellence and innovation observance ceremony on Thursday to recognize health care workers at the “Accountable Care Compass Awards.” Independent judges reviewed more than 60 submissions from hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies and other care providers and have chosen winners in categories such as readmission reduction, practice innovation and improvement of organizational efficiency. Emmy Award-winning arts and entertainment Critic Joyce Kulhawik will present awards at the Sheraton Hotel breakfast in Framingham. (Thursday, 8 a.m., Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center, 1657 Worcester Road, Framingham) LOVETT PETERS LECTURE: David Welch, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, delivers the Lovett C. Peters Lecture on Thursday, according to the Pioneer Institute.

Welch founded Students Matter, which sponsored the 2014 Vergara v. California case, leading to a decision striking down elements of tenure for teachers in K-12 schools. The event is open to Pioneer members. (Thursday, 6 p.m., Seaport Hotel, Boston) CEREMONY FOR BROCKTON DEVELOPMENT Developers and elected officials plan to gather to mark the completion of Enterprise Center, a $100 million commercial and residential project at the site of the former Brockton Enterprise Building.

Attendees also plan to celebrate the rededication of the updated Korean/Vietnam Veterans Park. Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter, Brockton City Council President Dennis Eaniri, and officials from Trinity Financial, Bank of America and the state Department of Housing and Community Development plan to attend. (Thursday, 10:30 a.m., Enterprise Center, 62 Main St., Brockton) HEALTH POLICY COMMISSION: The Health Policy Commission’s Quality Improvement and Patient Protection Committee will discuss the design of the HPC’s pilot program on Neonatal Substance Abuse Syndrome, which was funded in the fiscal year 2016 state budget, and hear an update on proposed consumer protections regulations for risk bearing provider organizations. (Thursday, 11 a.m., 50 Milk Street, 8th Floor, Boston) HEALTH POLICY COMMISSION: The Health Policy Commission’s Care Delivery and Payment System Transformation Committee will meet to discuss the proposed certification framework for HPC’s Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Certification Program. (Thursday, 9:30 a.m., 50 Milk St., 8th Floor, Boston) MUNICIPALITIES AND REGIONAL GOVERNMENT: Two dozen bills — mostly dealing with municipal finances and home rule petitions — will be before the Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government, including a bill (H 1825) filed by Rep. Bruce Ayers to hold property owners accountable for recurring municipal public nuisance complaints.

Under the bill, after police have been called to a single location 10 times in one year, the property owner would be responsible for the cost associated with any additional police calls and other costs incurred by the police department. Other bills before the committee would clarify the powers of the library board of the town of Harwich, and amend the charter of Concord to remove references to the “Board of Selectmen” and replace them with “Select Board.” (Thursday, 1 p.m., Hearing Room B-2) MUNICIPAL PARTNERSHIP SUMMIT: Lt. Gov.

Karyn Polito offers remarks at New Partnership for Municipalities Summit. Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash also attends. (Thursday, 8:45 a.m., Holy Cross Conference Center, 1 College St., Worcester) SHERBORN COMMUNITY COMPACT: Lt. Gov.

Karyn Polito joins town officials in Sherborn to sign a community compact. (Thursday, 1:15 p.m., 19 Washington St., Sherborn) LENNY ZAKIM FUND: Treasurer Deborah Goldberg attends the 20th anniversary celebration for the Lenny Zakim Fund. (Thursday, 6 p.m., Space 57 at Revere Hotel, 200 Stuart St., Boston) BOARD OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS: The Board of Registration of Physician Assistants meets to consider proposed amendments to regulations pertaining to the governor’s regulatory review process, and to hold an executive session for the purpose of “discussing the reputation, character, physical condition or mental health, rather than professional competence, of an individual.” (Thursday, 9:30 a.m., 239 Causeway St., 4th floor, Room 417, Boston) NATIONAL HERITAGE AND ENDANGERED SPECIES: The Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Advisory Committee meets at the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Field Headquarters. The committee provides the division with independent scientific advice on the conservation and protection of over 400 wild plants and animal species that are not hunted, fished or trapped. (Thursday, 1 p.m., 1 Rabbit Hill Rd., room 103, Westborough) EARLY INTERVENTION COORDINATING COUNCIL: Department of Public Health officials will present research on the Association of Assistive Reproductive Technology and enrollment within early intervention programs to the Massachusetts Early Intervention Interagency Coordinating Council. (Thursday, 9:15 a.m., Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, 181 Boston Post Road West, Marlborough) REFUGEE AND CITIZENSHIP LISTENING SESSION: A part of the regulatory reform initiative, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) will hold a public listening session focused on regulations regarding human rights, refugee resettlement and citizenship assistance. The regulation review is part of an executive order signed by Gov.

Charlie Baker that orders each state agency to review regulations that fall under its jurisdiction. (Thursday, 10 a.m., Worcester Public Library, Saxe Room, 1st Floor, 3 Salem Square, Worcester) SOUTH SHORE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Undersecretary of Housing and Community Development Chrystal Kornegay attends the annual meeting of the South Shore Housing Development Corporation. (Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St., Brockton) METRO BOSTON HOUSING PARTNERSHIP: Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash attends the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership Annual Founders Celebration. (Thursday, 6 p.m., State Street Financial Center, 1 Lincoln St., Boston) RESIDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR PLASTICS PROTECTION: Residents from across Greater Boston who have led a campaign to ban single-use plastic bags, bottles and polystyrene packaging will be honored as “Heroes of the Ocean” on Thursday. The event is sponsored by Women Working for Oceans (W2O), the Massachusetts Sierra Club and the New England Aquarium. “Thoughtful choices will ultimately mean that there is a habit change, and the amount of single-use plastic in our waste stream will decrease,” W2O Member and event Emcee Ellen Curren said. “That means less plastic in the ocean and less plastics in humans.” Sixteen communities have passed bans of single-use bags, and more are expected in the coming months, according to a W2O press release. (Thursday, 1 p.m., Grand Staircase) MEFA MEETING: The Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority holds meetings of its audit committee and investment committee. (Thursday, 3 p.m., 160 Federal St., Boston) BAKER KEYNOTES SENIOR CARE EVENT: Gov. Charlie Baker will deliver the keynote address at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Senior Care Association, a set of organizations that deliver services to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.

The organization represents more than 500 nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living homes, residential care facilities and continuing care retirement communities, encompassing 77,000 staff members, 120,000 beneficiaries and a $4 billion slice of the contributions to the Massachusetts economy. (Thursday, 9:30 a.m., DCU Center, Worcester) WOMEN IN POLITICS PANEL: Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Rep. Keiko Orrall, and recently re-elected Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley will participate in a panel discussion about women in politics. The panel will be moderated by Boston Globe columnist Yvonne Abraham and hosted by Tufts University’s Jonathan M.

Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service. The event is part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series. Registration: 18 Live Stream: 19 , 5:30 p.m., Alumnae Lounge on Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus) MUSLIM LOBBY DAY: The Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Muslim Justice League and MassMuslims will sponsor the first annual Muslim Day on the Hill.

The event is organized for Bay State Muslims to “meet their state legislators and advocate for legislation of importance to Muslim communities and all Americans,” according to an advisory. After the lobbying, participants plan to be available on the State House steps at 2 p.m. Speakers will include Rep.

Marjorie Decker, the event host; Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz; Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen; Harvard Islamic Chaplain Taymullah Abdur-Rahman; and National Director of ICNA Relief USA’s Transitional Housing Network Malika MacDonald. The group is backing bills filed by Chang-Diaz and Rep.

Mary Keefe (S 64/H 1429); Sen. Patricia Jehlen and Rep. Benjamin Swan (S 842/H 1623); and Rep.

Kevin Honan and Sen. Jamie Eldridge (H 111). (Thursday, 10 a.m., Nurses Hall) PREMIER OF QUEBEC SPEAKS ON ENERGY, CLIMATE CHANGE Gov. Charlie Baker has been looking for the route to a hydroelectric Massachusetts for months, and he may have found his ally in the north.

Premier of Qu bec Philippe Couillard will speak on energy and climate change in Boston Friday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the NECBC’s 23rd Annual “U.S.-Canada Energy Trade and Technology Conference” luncheon keynote.

Couillard will focus on the theme of “New England – Canada Energy – The Economic Impact of Integrating Energy Infrastructure in a High-Cost Region,” speaking about hydropower and the clean energy supply in New England, opportunities for cross-border trade, the Western Climate Initiative carbon market and electrification of public and private transportation. (Friday, noon, Seaport Hotel, One Seaport Lane, Boston) KENNEDY POLITICAL HAPPY HOUR: Congressman Joe Kennedy III sits down with Boston Globe reporter Joshua Miller for Live Political Happy Hour event. Miller plans to discuss the Brookline Democrat’s time in Washington, Republican dysfunction in Congress, the top issues facing Kennedy’s district and “what it’s like to have that famous last name.” (Friday, 3 p.m., Suffolk Law School, 120 Tremont St.) BAKER CABINET MEETING: Gov. Charlie Baker meets with members of his Cabinet.

CLOSED PRESS. (Friday, 10 a.m., Governor’s Office, Room 360) ROSENBERG IN NORTHAMPTON: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends the Smith Vocational High School Legislative Breakfast. (Friday, 9 a.m., Olive Smith Restaurant, 80 Locust Street, Northampton) SOUTH HADLEY RIBBON-CUTTING: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends the ribbon cutting for the New Plains Elementary School. (Friday, 10:30 a.m., Lyman Street, South Hadley) ROSENBERG AT YOUTH FORUM: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends the 15th Youth Legislative Forum focused on Franklin County, North Star Self-Directed Learning for Teens. (Friday, 3:30 p.m., 45 Amherst Rd, Sunderland) FIVE COLLEGES: Senate President Stan Rosenberg attends an event commemorating the 50th anniversary of Five Colleges, Inc. (Friday, 7:30 p.m., Kendall Hall Studio Theatre, South Hadley) PUBLIC SAFETY LISTENING SESSION: The Department of Public Safety will hold a listening session as part of an executive order by Gov. Baker encouraging input from the community on regulations. The listening session will focus on enforcement of civil fines and enforcement of civil fines for expired elevator certificates. (Friday, 2 p.m., One Ashburton Place, Ashburton Cafe Conference Room, Boston) NORTH CENTRAL MASS.

CHAMBER: Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash attends a breakfast meeting of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce. (Friday, 7 a.m., Doubletree hotel, 99 Erdman Way, Leominster) “ASSETS AND OPPORTUNITY” BREAKFAST: The Midas Collaborative hosts its annual Assets and Opportunity breakfast, hosted by Sen. Sonia Chang Diaz. Chang-Diaz will lead a discussion about inequality and financial security with Lew Finfer of Raise Up Massachusetts and Jeff Fuhrer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, who are both being honored by the collaborative. (Friday, 8 a.m., The Langham Hotel, 250 Franklin St., Boston) HEALTH INEQUITY EXPO: The Massachusetts Public Health Association holds its annual meeting and expo, with the theme “Dismantling Health Inequity: Leaders Building Power and Organizing for Justice.” There will be a keynote discussion featuring Prabal Chakrabarti of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Lauren Smith of FSG and Rachel Kaprielian of the U.S.

Department of Health and Human Services. Berkshire Interfaith Organizing, Healing Racism Institute of the Pioneer Valley, Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition, Neighbor to Neighbor and Youth Jobs Coalition are expected to give presentations. Awards will be given to Mill City Grows, Children’s Health Watch and Marisa Hebble, of Franklin County’s Opioid Taskforce. (Friday, 8:30 a.m., DCU Center, 50 Foster St., Worcester) AG TALKS HEALTH CARE: Attorney General Maura Healey will speak at the New England Health Care Industry Conference about the role of her office in overseeing the health care industry, health care cost trends, and drivers. (Friday, 8:45 a.m., Yale Law School, 172 Wall St., New Haven, Conn.) MOTHERS AGAINST VIOLENCE: Lt.

Gov. Karyn Polito offers remarks at the Mothers Against Violence: Empowering Women to Action national conference. (Friday, 2 p.m., Seaport Hotel, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston) SOUTH HADLEY SCHOOL: Massachusetts School Building Authority Executive Director Jack McCarthy attends a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Plains Elementary School in South Hadley. The MSBA is contributing up to $15,096,518 of eligible expenses towards the new school. (Friday, 10 a.m., 267 Granby Road, South Hadley) “FIGHTING ADDICTION IN THE HUB” | Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Fire Department Commissioner Joseph Finn, Office of Recovery Services Director Jenn Tracey, former Ludlow Police Lt.

Tom Foye and Joanne Peterson of Learn to Cope hold the first FAITH, or Fighting Addiction in the Hub, seminar.

Inspired by a heroin education task force initiated at the Woburn District Court, the program aims to educate the public on the extent of opioid abuse and to provide tools to combat the problem. (Friday, 8:45 a.m., Local 103 IBEW Hall, 256 Freeport St., Dorchester) ENGAGING IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS: Assistant Secretary of Business Development Nam Pham attends a forum on engaging immigrant entrepreneurs. (Friday, 9 a.m., Bunker Hill Community College Entrepreneurship Center, 250 Rutherford Ave., Boston) HOUSING ANNOUNCEMENT: Undersecretary of Housing and Community Development Chrystal Kornegay makes an announcement relative to housing. (Friday, 10:30 a.m., Commonwealth Landing, 1082 Davol St., Fall River) INSURANCE AGENTS ASSOCIATION: Commissioner of Insurance Daniel Judson attends a meeting of the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents. (Friday, 1 p.m., Boston Marriott Copley Place, 110 Huntington Ave., Boston) – See more at: 20 References ^ ( ^ 781-293-2683 ( ^ [email protected] ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ ( ^ (

Cricket – Season Review | Fulmodeston Parish Council

Barney and Fulmodeston Cricket Club capped off another remarkable season with their annual awards evening at the Crawfish Inn, Thursford. Having secured their third promotion in three years, they will now compete in the Shield Premier Division, the highest possible on a Sunday in Norfolk. Batsman of the year was Aaron Riseborough who scored 411 runs at an average of 58.7, including a high score of 123.

Jack Burton was Bowler of the year, taking 15 wickets at an average of 17.4, including best figures of 4-28. The Committee Player of the year went to Stuart Baker who is the perfect clubman. Despite not being picked to play every week, Stuart attended all of the games to support his friends and team mates, which was greatly appreciated by everyone at the club.

Riseborough presented the Captain s player of the year award, which went to Mark Spillett, for a good year with the bat, as well as the spirit he brought to the team.

The club would like to thank not only the Crawfish for hosting the evening and providing a delightful BBQ, but all of the sponsors who have helped us this year, and who we hope will continue to support us in the future; Barney Caravan Park, Steve James Enterprise Security, Ray Lake Electrical, RBS Engineering, K A S Metal Spinning, Riseborough Maintenance, Back To The Garden, Jungle Signs, Rob Palmer Autotech, Newprint Design, ECS Accoutancy, Fakenham Heel Bar, FTC, David Cooke Plumbing and Heating, Richards Coaches, Blue Boar Ryburgh, Blue Bell Langham, Ian Williamson Sports Physio, MD Williamson Carpets, Dels Nursery, MRB Joinery, Drifters fish and chips, Mark Spillett, Norfolk Timber Homes, NJS Paddock services, and Random ID.

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Norfolk Constabulary: Holt: Unlicensed Musical Event

6 April 2015 Officers from Norfolk Constabulary successfully and swiftly disrupted a potential unlicensed musical event from escalating into a large gathering on Sunday 5 April 2015. An incident was reported at about 9:30pm where a small group of people had gathered in the pits at The Brecks in Langham with music equipment. Officers quickly arrived and arrested three people for drug and licensing offences.

The music equipment was seized and a dispersal notice for the others present was given. Prompt action was taken to secure the location to prevent further people and vehicles from arriving and the sound equipment was seized by officers as the three arrests were made. The scene was clear by 11:30pm and reassurance patrols maintained throughout the evening.

One woman and two men, all aged between 25 and 30 years old, were arrested on suspicion of possession of illegal drugs with intent to supply and organising an unlicensed musical event.

They remain in police custody at Aylsham Police Investigation Centre for questioning.