American Arbitration Association – Headquartered in New York City, The American Arbitration Association is a private entity involved in the business of arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. The American Arbitration Association does not settle disputes itself, but rather provides administrative support.
Supreme Court – Operated by the United States Federal Government, this website provides readers with an understanding of the United States Supreme Court and the Federal Court System as a whole. In addition, the website contains links to news, educational resources, court records, forms, and other potentially useful information.
Massachusetts Courts System – The Massachusetts Court System website provides useful information relating to the Massachusetts Judicial Branch and includes the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the Massachusetts courts. In addition, the website contains press releases and recent opinions of the Massachusetts Courts.
Justia – Justia.com provides visitors with an array of legal information and relevant legal resources. According to the company’s website, Justia’s mission is to “advance the availability of legal resources for the benefit of society.”
Legal Information Institute – The Legal Information Institute is a non-profit research, engineering, and editorial group located at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, New York. Legal Information Institute publishes the law online free of charge to its readers.
Oyez – The Oyez Project is a multimedia archive dedicated to the United States Supreme Court. The Oyez project contains all of the recorded audio of the U.S. Supreme Court since the installation of the recording system in 1955.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court – The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Website contains a plethora of useful legal information relating to the Massachusetts court system. The website also contains the court calendar, a docket search feature, educational resources, and other useful information.
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts – The website of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts contains a vast amount of information about the court. The website includes resources and information for citizens, attorneys, and jurors.
Massachusetts Attorney General – The Massachusetts Attorney General’s website offers extensive information about the Massachusetts AG’s office. In addition, the website also contains links to numerous state resources including press releases.
Massachusetts Personal Injury Statute of Limitations – Available online, the Massachusetts General Laws set out the applicable statute of limitations to personal injury lawsuits. A statute of limitations sets the maximum amount of time after an injury that legal proceedings may be commenced.
Massachusetts Trial Court Library – This source provides a great deal of information relating to the Massachusetts Trial Court System. The site contains both a section of Laws by Subject and a section of Massachusetts cases. In addition, the Massachusetts Trial Court Library site provides visitors with numerous links to legal news and other state information.
Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles – Located on the official website of The Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the Registry of Motor Vehicles page contains numerous features relating the vehicles in Massachusetts. The site is home to the “Online Branch” of the Massachusetts RMV, which allows visitors to handle issues concerning Driver’s Licenses, Registration/Titles, and other tasks.
Directory of Online Police Departments – The Directory of Online Police Departments contains links to Police Department websites across Massachusetts. The site also contains a search option that allows users to search the directory for specific departments.
Massachusetts Department of Corrections – The Massachusetts Department of Correction’s website contains a great deal of resources pertaining to the Commonwealth’s correctional facilities. The site also includes links to current Community and Offender Programs.
Massachusetts State Home Page – Located on the Official Website of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts State Home Page contains links to numerous state resources. In addition, the website offers visitors information relating to state job openings, foreclosure proceedings, child support, unemployment, and other state related resources.
Massachusetts Department of Revenue – As the Official Website of the Department of Revenue (DOR), the DOR’s website offers online services to visitors. The online services include an option to WebFile your return, check your refund status, and account services.
Massachusetts Workers Compensation Board
Massachusetts Highway Association – The website of the Massachusetts Highway Association contains downloadable forms, educational resources, and other helpful links.
Business and Finance
Better Business Bureau – The Website of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) gathers information about national and local businesses and informs the public of business practices. The website contains a BBB Directory and a search option.
NASDAQ – The NASDAQ, an American stock exchange, is the largest electronic screen-based equity securities trading market in the United States. The NASDAQ website provides visitors with quotes, research, information on market activity, investing insights, and other news and commentary relating to the market.
US Chamber of Commerce– The website of the United States Chamber of Commerce provides an array of links relating to American businesses and trade associations.
CNBC – CNBC’s website provides visitors with live coverage of the financial market and business headlines. The site also offers sections that report on markets, earnings, and investing.
Library of Congress – The Library of Congress is the research library of the United States Congress. While the physical collection is housed in three buildings in Washington, D.C., the Library of Congress’ website contains web links to collection highlights, digital collections, and library catalogs.
U.S. House of Representatives – The website of the United States House of Representatives contains a plethora of Federal Legislative links. Specifically, the U.S. House of Representatives website provides visitors with a list of Representatives and information pertaining to committees.
U.S. Senate – The United States Senate’s webpage contains information regarding U.S. Senators, Senate Committees, Legislation & Records, Art & History, and other relevant material.
White House – The Website of the White House provides users with a plethora of information pertaining to the Executive Branch of the United States Government. The site includes a blog, photos/video, and articles dealing with current issues.
EPA – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is an agency of the United States Federal Government. The goal of the EPA is to protect human health and the environment. The EPA’s website provides information on current environmental issues, laws and regulations, and other environmental topics.
EPA - Identifying Lead Hazards in Your Home – The Environmental Protection Agency provides this webpage to inform visitors of the dangers of lead and to provide information regarding checking one’s family and home for lead. In addition to this information, the webpage contains links to other EPA pamphlets on lead.
FDA – The website of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides an array of links to various forms of health related information. Specifically, the FDA website contains information on food, drugs, medical devises, vaccinations, cosmetics, and animal/veterinary issues.
FDA Press Releases & Fact Sheets
National Spinal Cord Injury Association – The National Spinal Cord Injury Association is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of those who have sustained spinal cord injuries. The Association’s website contains a great deal of spinal cord injury information - including studies, legal services, and employment opportunities
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services – The United States Department of Health & Human Services is a Cabinet department of the U.S. Government with the goal of protecting the health of Americans. The Department’s website contains a number of health related resources such as a “Quick Guide to Healthy Living” and “Personal Health Tools.”
National Cancer Institute – The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is one of the eleven agencies that make up the Department of Health and Human Services. The Institute is the United States Federal Government’s principal agency for cancer research. The NCI’s website contains an enormous amount of information relating to cancer topics such as clinical trials, research, funding, and news.
National Library of Medicine – Physically located in Maryland, the National Library of Medicine also has a website that provides visitors with medical literature and information on biomedicine/health care.
Center for Disease Control & Prevention – The Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) is a component of the Department of Health and Human Services. The CDC’s website contains a great deal of information on health and safety topics.
General medicine and medical dictionary – Operated by WebMD, this source provides visitors access to a dictionary of general medicine and a medical dictionary.
American Cancer Society – The American Cancer Society aims to diminish suffering and eliminate cancer as a major health problem via research, education, advocacy and service. The American Cancer Society’s website offers an array of information relating to cancer - including research articles and treatment resources.
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) - The website of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) provides information on the safety and health concerns of American workplaces. Specifically, the site contains links to OSHA regulations, data, statistics, training and other workplace related matters.
Guide to lab tests – This online Guide to Lab Tests informs visitors of the nuances of lab testing. The guide also provides information intended to assist people in understanding their lab tests.
PubMed – Available online, PubMed offers users millions of citations of biomedical literature from MEDLINE. The website also contains citations from life science journals and online books.
The Boston Globe – Winner of twenty one Pulitzer Prizes, The Boston Globe is a daily newspaper based in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Globe also releases a daily online edition of the newspaper on Boston.com.
The Boston Herald – The Boston Herald is a daily newspaper that serves the City of Boston and its surrounding towns and cities. The Boston Herald is one of the oldest daily newspapers in the country and been awarded eight Pulitzer prizes.
The Patriot Ledger – Published in Quincy, Massachusetts, The Patriot Ledger covers the 26 communities located south of Boston. The Patriot Ledger was founded in 1837 and currently publishes both a Weekday and Weekend Edition.
Cambridge Chronicle - Founded in 1846, The Cambridge Chronicle is the oldest weekly newspaper operating in the United States. The Cambridge Chronicle serves the community of Cambridge and is currently printed in Framingham, Massachusetts.
The Eagle Tribune – Covering Merrimack Valley, Essex County, MA, and southern New Hampshire, The Eagle Tribune has been awarded two Pulitzer Prizes. The Eagle Tribune is published daily and is currently based in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette - Published daily, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette covers Worcester County, the western suburbs of Boston, and several towns in northeast Connecticut.
Google News – Offered by Google, Inc., Google News is an automated news aggregator that covers news articles that have appeared within the last 30 days on news websites around the internet.
USA Today – Distributed in all 50 states, USA Today is the widest circulated print newspaper in the United States. USA Today also offers an online edition of the newspaper at USAToday.com.
YellowPages.com – The YellowPages website enables visitors to search for the phone numbers and addresses of both individuals and businesses.
MapQuest – Mapquest is an online web mapping service offered by America Online Free of Charge.
National Weather Service – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service provides the online community with live weather reports and forecasts. The website also contains information on water and air quality.
Yahoo! – In addition to operating the Yahoo! Search engine, the company offers additional services, including Yahoo! Mail, Yahoo! Maps, and Yahoo! Finance.
Google – Google Search, owned by Google, Inc., is the most used search engine on the internet.
Bing – Unveiled in 2009, Bing is a search engine offered by Microsoft.