Headlines for Wednesday, March 16, 2016

National headlines 

POLITICO journalist reportedly denied access to Trump event – The Boston Globe

Trump drive to victory hits a bump in Ohio with Kasich win – The Boston Globe

Hillary Clinton cements nomination lead with wins in Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio – The Boston Globe

State headlines 

After Cuts And Fare Hikes, MBTA Eyes Outsourcing In New Budget—To Uber & Lyft

100 reps break ranks on solar – CommonWealth Magazine

Tribe makes hard sell on home turf for single casino in Southeastern Massachusetts

Beacon Hill targets school sex surveys | News | eagletribune.com

Sale of CBS’ radio stations would reshape Boston airwaves

Lawmakers reach agreement on eliminating license suspension for drug offenders

A $28 million Popeye sculpture, Donald Trump and more from Steve Wynn’s press conference on renaming his planned casino ‘Wynn Boston Harbor’

State tax chief gets new technology job – The Boston Globe

Massachusetts wants voice in decommissioning of Pilgrim nuclear plant

Local headlines 

Study: state commitment could halve offshore wind costs over next decade

Matthew Perry to portray Ted Kennedy in new Reelz miniseries

Charlie Baker tours Joseph Abboud plant in New Bedford

Lowell council panel seeks election changes to cut waste

State Street is laying off hundreds of higher-ups

Former Quincy mayor backs case for Ward 6 special election

Records reveal varied attendance rate on county board

East Longmeadow interim town administrator, Gregory Neffinger, accuses Police Chief Douglas Mellis of collusion, insubordination

Worcester City Clerk David Rushford retiring after almost 2 decades

Worcester refugee services could become national model

Grafton town meeting to decide on Civil Service for police

Sudbury town manager opposes power lines in letter to Governor

Could Steve Wynn be Boston’s next big patron of the arts? – The Boston Globe

Globe’s Catholic site Crux rescued by Knights of Columbus – Boston Business Journal