More snow is on the way to New England.
About 100 students gathered to voice their opposition to what they say were “oppressive tactics” used by police at the weekend’s “Blarney Blowout.”
The Yankees were again Connecticut’s favorite team, topping the Sox by five percentage points.
Bestselling author and Pelham, Massachusetts resident Joe McGinniss has died.
A bill that would allow retail alcohol sales on Sundays beginning at 10 a.m., rather than noon, has not yet undergone review in the Senate after only recently passing the House.
A bill that would change existing tax credits for United Technologies Corporation is expected to have bipartisan legislative support in Connecticut.
At least 3,500 police officers will be spread across the eight cities and towns that make up the marathon route. That’s more than double the number from last year.
Officials in Amherst, Massachusetts are totaling up the costs of Saturday’s “Blarney Blowout.” The series of pre-St. Patrick’s Day parties saw more than 70 arrests and police in riot gear breaking up large gatherings.
Last week the Senate blocked a bill that would have stripped senior military commanders of their authority to prosecute rapes and other serious offenses in the ranks. Another bill dealing with some of the same issues is slated to come up for a vote Monday and Massachusetts U.S. Senator Ed Markey says he’ll support it.
Museum leaders are optimistic about final passage of a $24.4 million grant approved by the state’s House of Representatives.
As wintry weather continues into March, wood pellets seem to be in short supply across New England.
Not all those arrested this weekend were students, but those who were will face consequences, Subbaswamy said. He promised “swift action” to address violations of the school’s Code of Student Conduct.
Four police officers were hurt as they worked to disperse hundreds of unruly students who were throwing beer cans and bottles at police on Saturday as large crowds gathered at an off-campus apartment complex, according to the Amherst police department.
The Judiciary Committee’s approval this week is a big step in that, but Mastroianni still needs approval from the full Senate.
U.S Senator Ed Markey appeared in Holyoke alongside other public officials, law enforcement, and health care providers to discuss what he calls an opiate “overdose epidemic.”