Most New Englanders are no strangers to lighthouses. And after researching them for his new book, Eric Jay Dolin of Marblehead, Mass., is an expert. "Brilliant Beacons" explains the history of American lighthouses -- and those who care for them.
WHATELY, Mass. — Hampshire College joins Smith and Williams in going for the most stringent certification in the green building industry. "Living Buildings" are so green, they are meant to produce more energy than they use. But some question their ultimate environmental benefit.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
During his lifetime, Ellington received numerous honors and awards including the Paul Revere Plaque from the City of Boston, honorary Doctor of Music degrees from Berklee, Assumption College, and Brown University, and the keys to the City of Worcester.
We've all heard it before...a well-wisher says "Break a leg" just before a performer walks out on stage. What we NEVER consider is, ...
Chaos in Leningrad, rocking Italian women, and acts of inhumanity beyond comprehension.
Commentator Robert Cox with his take on spring, major league baseball, and rhubarb pie.
There are huge gaps in school funding between affluent and property-poor districts. And, with evidence that money matters, especially for disadvantaged kids, something has to change.
Twenty-seven of Massachusetts’s 42 delegates will be chosen at Saturday’s caucuses. The delegates to the convention are allocated based on the primary results of March 1. Massachusetts will send 22 delegates for Donald Trump, eight for John Kasich, eight for Marco Rubio and four for Ted Cruz.
Words Unlocked, a poetry contest for juveniles in corrections, has drawn more than 1,000 entries. Its judge, Jimmy Santiago Baca, says it was a poetry book that helped him survive his own prison term.
BOSTON — Sen. Jason Lewis, who co-chairs the Public Health Committee, said that about half of the state's population lives in municipalities that have adopted local regulations setting 21 as the minimum age to purchase tobacco.
Loretta Lynch made her first visit to a federal prison as the nation's top law enforcement officer. She highlighted the need for more services to help inmates re-enter society.