More than a million Massachusetts residents voted for Donald Trump. Ahead of the inauguration, we wanted to hear what they're expecting from the new president.
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Local volunteers have helped thousands of people from Western New England make their way to Washington, DC for the Women's March, which takes place a day after Donald Trump's inauguration.
President Barack Obama leaves office Friday around noon. It was a presidency many Americans -- and many New Englanders -- thought impossible just a few years earlier. Even some of his early supporters from the area had their doubts.
Nat Hentoff, a restless, uncompromising paragon of modern, independent journalism, died on January 7 in New York at the age of 91. ...
2016 has stood out for history making adventures for Walter Carroll. He shares his story of a recent performance at the Metropolitan Opera.
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"These full-throated, powerful few are at every game," says our commentator, a sports parent in Northampton, Mass.
The New England Patriots have had what seems like an annual spot in the AFC championship game over the past decade.
Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi said there are twice as many defendants in the jails awaiting trial as there are serving time.
NPR's David Greene recently spoke with producer-musician-Snapchatter DJ Khaled about his Jet Ski adventure, his love of pillows, and all the things "they" don't want you to know.
Things became heated between Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and nominee for Health and Human Services Secretary, Georgia Republican Congressman Tom Price.
Finding a job and building a life of their own can be a monumental challenge for people with developmental disabilities. But food work can be a good fit for many of them.