Adam Reilly, WGBH

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Past articles by Adam:

Will this weekend's Democratic Convention be a 'coronation' for Maura Healey?

GBH's Adam Reilly previews the governor's race and several other statewide contested elections. → Read More

House plans $110 million investment in early childhood ed and care

Speaker Mariano says proposed investments are just a start. → Read More

As Boston weighs a reparations commission, questions of cost and control arise

City councilor Lydia Edwards says current plans could be improved. → Read More

Campbell launches bid for AG, vowing to fight for ’equity and opportunity’

The former Boston City Councilor narrowly missed last year's mayoral final. → Read More

Five key things to know about Maura Healey as she starts her campaign for governor

The attorney general wasn't always seen as an inexorable Democratic force. → Read More

Mayor Wu hints that an indoor vaccine mandate is imminent in Boston

In her first appearance on "Ask The Mayor," Michelle Wu also laid out her plans for hiring a new police commissioner. → Read More

And Then There Were Two: Wu, Essaibi George Claim Victory In Boston's Mayoral Prelim

Janey, Campbell, and Barros concede. → Read More

In Everett's Mayoral Race, Identity And Governing Style Are Both On The Ballot

The five-term incumbent faces two aggressive challengers. → Read More

Jon Santiago Announces Mayoral Bid

The state rep and ER doctor joins a crowded field looking to become Boston's next mayor. → Read More

Walsh To Bostonians: Over The Holidays, Stay Home And Keep It Small

An exhortation given for months gets an end-of-the-year twist. → Read More

LISTEN: What Makes Michelle Wu Run?

The mayoral hopeful's vision for Boston is both intensely theoretical and deeply personal. → Read More

Mayor Walsh Rolls Back Boston's Reopening Plan As COVID Cases Rise

Five other communities -- Arlington, Brockton, Newton, Somerville and Winthrop -- join the aggressive move. → Read More

Trump Won't Win Boston — But He Might Win This Neighborhood

Ward 16, Precinct 12 has a unique political identity. → Read More

LISTEN: Election 2020 — The Night(s) Before And The Morning After

How to get through it, and what comes next. → Read More

How Effective Is The State's New COVID Enforcement Team?

The state isn't saying much, but cities and towns have some thoughts. → Read More

As Boston Councilors Promote A Big Policing Shift, Worcester's Past Shows How It Could Succeed — Or Fail

Will police officers let trained civilians do a big part of their job? → Read More

As Massachusetts Reopens, A Mixture Of Confidence And Wariness

Residents are ready to visit family, but remain wary of sports, mass transit and school. → Read More

"Systemic Cures For Systemic Problems": Ricardo Arroyo's M.O. For Fighting Racism In Boston

The city councilor says we're not going far enough, fast enough. → Read More

Legislators Of Color Score A Victory As Baker Files Police Reform Bill

Police certification is just one priority of the Black and Latino Caucus. → Read More

Despite COVID Risks, Experts And Officials Support Public Demonstrations

An epidemiologist offers safety tips. → Read More