Zogenix claims its drug is no more dangerous than any other opiate painkiller.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal is expressing frustration at the pace of the federal permitting process involved in re-opening the former North Adams Regional Hospital. The […]
Western Massachusetts cities and towns are totaling up the cost of snow and ice removal from roadways after a busy winter.
Both states’ snow removal costs went beyond their budgets, though more so in Massachusetts than Connecticut.
Massachusetts reported job gains last month everywhere except for the Pittsfield area, a region in western Massachusetts that includes 14 towns stretching from Hancock to Becket.
Typically April in Massachusetts sees the most brush fires of any month the year. Despite following a winter with above normal precipitation, this April has been no exception, as fire crews have been busy fighting outdoor blazes.
One runner from Montague describes new spirit of the marathon.
Lawmakers across New England are looking at the same issue, with lots of negotiating still to come.
A class action lawsuit filed initially by two former prisoners of a Chicopee, Massachusetts, women’s jail will again go before a federal judge Tuesday.
Meb Keflezighi is first American winner since 1983.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is demanding that the head of the state gaming commission recuse himself from the vote over an eastern Massachusetts casino.
Supreme Judicial Court chief justice nominee Ralph Gants on Thursday pledged to improve access to justice for all residents and to focus the courts on “problem solving” and sentencing practices that both punish criminals and reduce instances of reoffending.
Over at Springfield’s High School of Science and Technology this week, dozens of students from the Sci-Tech Band rehearsed with members of the Young at Heart chorus — ages 75 to 92 — for an upcoming inter-generational musical mashup!
Post Traumatic-Stress Disorder is a fairly common diagnosis among veterans returning from battle in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the psychological impact of war on soldiers is hardly new.
Neuroscientists at Harvard believe they’ve found a biomarker for stress, using data collected before and after the bombing.