In parts of western Massachusetts, between the driving ban and blowing snow, usually busy morning haunts were deserted today but by mid afternoon, cabin fever had set in.
Most hospitals provided sleeping quarters for staff to stay overnight. They expect ER visits to pick up after the snow abates and people venture outside.
Downtown was nearly deserted as cold wind whipped up the fresh snow.
Massachusetts officials are touting an increase in high school graduation rates, but the results district to district vary.
Bishop Rozanski says he will make a decision on plan addressing the future of the tornado-damaged school by mid-February
Updated at 5:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.
The storm slams central and eastern Mass., while leaving few scars on the western part of the state.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is living up to his budget manager billing. The new governor has been on the job for more than two weeks and has yet to file any legislation to advance his campaign pledges, focusing instead squarely on the state budget crisis he inherited.
After a fast moving winter storm caused slippery roads and accidents across southern New England this weekend, forecasters are currently tracking a new storm that could bring […]
A surprising result in a new study finds that plants not originally from the United States, called non-natives, are more widespread than native plants. Bethany […]
Westfield State University has struck a deal with Holyoke Community College to cap tuition and fees for a four-year degree at $30,000 for transferring students.
As Massachusetts continues to grapple with heroin overdoses, the conversation in Greenfield Friday morning turned to rehabilitation and job training.
Did the Patrick Administration break the law when it cut funding for school transportation last November?
Smith College professor Andrew Zimbalist says he doubts a Boston Olympics bid can stay within budget.
In a follow-up to the documentary, “The Path To Primary Care,” advocates for front-line medicine come up with ways to attract more med students to the field, including classic activist tactics, and systemic changes in how offices practice medicine.
The crowd of roughly 50 at a downtown hotel was about half veterans, 25 percent VA staff, many who are also veterans. And the rest, family and friends. John Collins directs the central and western Massachusetts VA health system. He’s new to the job and the VA, following 30 years in the army.