Massachusetts state police are investigating concerns that some breathalyzer tests may be inaccurate, causing some upheaval in prosecutors’ offices.
On two recent occasions, stray bullets have hit buildings on the campus of American International College in Springfield. But the school’s president says the campus is safe regardless.
The Boston Celtics will look to even their best-of-7 first round playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers Tuesday.
Legislators and some electricity providers say Massachusetts regulator were right to eliminate a rule which caused customers to face retroactive rate hikes.
Olympic boosters from the four western counties have their work cut out for them to bring the games to the area. Boston 2024 organizers continued to sell the idea Thursday night of a mostly walkable Olympics, with events taking place largely in Boston.
The Springfield Historical Commission has approved MGM’s plans for three properties on the site of its future downtown casino. But a proposal for a fourth property was defeated Thursday Night–twice.
A more than three-hour public meeting started with the NRC and Entergy officials describing how and when Vermont Yankee will be decommissioned. The plan under federal review calls for the process to be completed by 2075.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a public meeting and comment session Thursday on plans to fully decommission Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant.
Connecticut is looking for an operator for a new commuter rail line between Springfield and New Haven.
In Massachusetts on January 1st, the state’s minimum wage jumps from $8 to $9 an hour. It’s the first of three increases to happen between now and 2017.
The band from Springfield’s High School of Science and Technology will be the only group from western Massachusetts performing at Governor-Elect Charlie Baker next month.
Amtrak’s Vermonter is serving Amherst for the last time this weekend. Train service shifts to Northampton and Greenfield starting Monday
The Massachusetts Attorney General’s office is investigating whether Boston-based Santander Bank’s used predatory lending practices in its car loan business — the same practices that caused the mortgage and financial crises of several years ago.
A mild and less-than-snowy December has meant a slow start to the ski season in the Berkshires. Mountain operators are hoping the busy week between Christmas and New Year’s will help jump start business.
Those hitting the road Wednesday night and Thursday morning will likely have to contend with wet, windy conditions. A flood watch is in effect for much of western New England through noon Thursday. And the heavy rain could make travel tricky.