Residents of about a dozen central and western Massachusetts cities go to the polls to pick their local officials on November 3rd. But they need to be registered and the clock is almost out.
State Representative Paul mark has some advice for his colleagues to the east on how to deal with the closing of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.
A piece of the blood stained shirt then Pope John Paul the Second wore when he was shot during a 1981 assassination attempt will be permanently housed at a parish carrying his name.
Word has arrived of the passing of Phil Woods. The great saxophonist wrote earlier this year that "my improv powers are declining along with my breathing,” and he announced that a concert he played a few weeks ago in Pittsburgh would be his last. Alas, he died today at the age of 83.
The young woman who founded Iraq's youth orchestra believes in the enduring spirit of her musicians. The group planned to bring its act overseas until it was forced into hiatus by ISIS.
The next in our series of short previews for Live Arts Magazine on October 23rd. Rythea Lee is a Northampton based performer, who just recently finished a year touring her one woman show “Don’t Be a Dick”.
Our commentator will miss many things about the region, from its plethora of festivals to maple syrup.
The Supreme Court returns Monday for its new session, with cases pending that could limit access to abortion, restrict unionizing among public employees and alter voter participation.
After the NFL found the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady dabbling in deflated footballs, a couple of Indianapolis Colts fans took those balls, and ran with them. They’ve started a niche fashion trend that could stay in season all the way to the 2016 Superbowl, or beyond.
NPR is keeping tabs on how long each candidate speaks during Tuesday's first Democratic presidential debate.
For a study on anxiety, a UCONN psychiatrist recruited families in which a parent had clinical anxiety but a child did not, not yet, anyway.
Hillary Clinton is pressed on her policy flip-flops and her emails while Bernie Sanders struggles with foreign policy questions and faces hits from his rivals.