Inspired by “Star Wars Uncut,” Northampton Community Television producers say for the first time ever, a media center crowdsourced a feature length film — Raiders of the Lost Ark. Indiana Jones never looked so good.
The Boston Bruins season opening game is tonight against the Winnipeg Jets. The B’s are hoping to bounce back this year after missing the playoffs last season, for the first time since 2007. Boston Globe sports writer Amalie Benjamin weighs in about whether last season’s disappointing finish puts coach Claude Julien on the hot seat.
The upcoming Columbus Day weekend is a popular time for tourists and locals alike to enjoy foliage across western New England.
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg says only one of his colleagues has accepted a politically risky position on a special committee investigating the possible regulation of marijuana in the state.
When cellist Astrid Schween joins the Juilliard String Quartet, she’ll be the first woman and first African American member in its nearly 70 year history.
A couple miles of river have already been cleaned up. The EPA’s latest plan covers about 10 miles from Pittsfield to Lenox as well as four dams south of there.
In Fall of 2013, Mark Schand walked out of court in Springfield, Massachusetts, a free man – after 27 years in prison for a murder he says he did not commit. Two years later, Schand is still getting his bearings. He’s living with the wife who stood by him — and is trying to find a way forward with little help from the system that locked him up.
Gov. Peter Shumlin says six people were transported to Central Vermont Medical Center in nearby Berlin, where they’re expected to recover quickly from minor injuries. A seventh person, who officials are not identifying pending notification of family, was airlifted to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, where the person is being treated for undisclosed injuries.
Hornbuckle also met with city council leaders including President Mike Fenton, to assure them MGM is not trying to get out of anything.
Just over a year ago, Florence, Massachusetts, resident Tom Clark heard a knock at the door while his wife, Jeannine, was at church. It was the police.
Hearings on transgender rights legislation, cost trends in health care and bills to crack down on distracted drivers will spice up the week ahead.
Of the women of color in the report, 28 percent come from western Massachusetts. That’s an out-sized percentage, given that those counties represent just 12 percent of the state’s population.
Bernie Sanders brought his campaign for the presidency to Massachusetts this weekend, speaking in Boston and Springfield.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has a backlog of nearly two thousand cases. And that number only includes complaints that are at least a year-and-a-half old. This backlog is nothing new.