The Hoosic River has been spelled at least three different ways.
The Basketball Hall of Fame will hold its annual enshrinement ceremonies in Springfield Friday.
Lee’s town meeting signed off on the tax this spring as a way to raise additional funds for road work and other infrastructure projects.
Bringing back native plants is only one step in restoring this part of the Housatonic. Tearing down an unnecessary century-old dam is another.
Between 2010 and 2014, the deaths of 188 people in Vermont were tied to opioids prescribed by doctors.
Lanesborough has been sending its secondary students to Mt. Greylock High School in Williamstown for over five decades, with more than 160 attending classes there this year. Recently, the Adams-Cheshire district made a pitch to Lanesborough to send their students to its Hoosac Valley high school instead.
About 30 protesters picketed outside of Kinder Morgan’s downtown Pittsfield offices.
Baker’s next public appearance in the region is scheduled for September. It will be his first since May 28th.
Healey says the substance is often added to heroin without the user knowing to increase the high–and make the combination more addictive.
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg says the state should provide money to help local police departments try out body cameras on officers.
The company put the moratorium in place last year due to what it calls a lack of pipeline capacity.
The so-called High Impact Players Strike Force is made up of representatives from the district attorney’s office, Springfield and state police as well and federal law enforcement.
Markey says he has not yet made a formal endorsement in the 2016 Democratic primary.
During a visit to Springfield Tuesday, Markey said there is one area he continues to focus on as he ponders how to vote on the agreement.
Growing student demand for so-called responsible food sourcing has UMass Amherst making a move to provide antibiotic free chicken.