The debate over a proposed natual gas pipeline across northern Massachusetts reached Beacon Hill Wednesday, as several hundred people converged on the Boston Common to object to the plan.
Landlord wants to sell home that’s housed ecclectic archives for 31 years.
The state Department of Conservation and Recreation has confirmed the detection of the tree-killing Emerald Ash Borer in Suffolk County.
The federal government is investigating how Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, handles sexual violence and harassment complaints.
After winter slows growth, the state’s economy rebounds.
State Rep. Thomas Petrolati was not charged with any crime, and on the streets of Ludlow, his constituents appear to hold him in high regard.
Bills are being debated that would get rid of a pre-authorization requirement from insurance companies to stay in detoxification facilities.
As the cleanup continues in Revere, Massachusetts from Monday’s tornado, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno says he’s reached out to his counterpart in the coastal city to offer support.
Town Manager Charlie Blanchard says he isn’t surprised, or pessimistic.
Nizigiyimana will be honored for her work Tuesday at a White House ceremony after being selected as one of 15 USDA Champions of Change, who represent the next generation of farmers and ranchers.
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Revere, Massachusetts, shortly after 9 o’clock Monday morning. There are reports of partial building and roof collapses, downed trees and power lines. The storm was the latest to hit the region in the past couple of days that also produced a tornado funnel cloud over Springfield.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is not offering any specific funding yet to help revere clean-up. but the governor pledged support.
The SEC charges the company with bribing officials from foreign countries in order to gain business.
Connecticut’s primary election is quickly approaching on August 12th, and there’s still time to register to vote.
Gants has served on the Supreme Judicial Court since 2009. In accepting the governor’s nomination for chief justice in April, Gants said the court should be a problem solver.