Massachusetts state Senator Michael Knapik’s final day in office is Friday. This week, he resigned his seat to take an executive position at his hometown Westfield State University.
A former East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, selectman has been sentenced to time in jail for his part in a voter fraud scandal.
Massachusetts U.S. Senator Ed Markey says he has a lot to learn but he’s getting used to his new job in Washington. His remarks come three weeks to the day after being sworn in.
Former East Longmeadow Selectman Enrico Villamaino pleaded guilty Monday to eleven charges in connection with a voter fraud scheme.
Massachusetts state Senator Michael Knapik of Westfield is resigning after more than twenty years on Beacon Hill. Knapik has accepted a position at Westfield State University.
Dozens of gun control bills were the topic of a state legislative hearing in Springfield Friday.
A new congressional report says Massachusetts residents paid 1-point-5-billion dollars over the last decade for natural gas they did not receive.
The free ride for most drivers who use the westernmost portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike will soon come to an end.
Elected officials gathered Friday in West Springfield to announce the award of $31-million in federal block grants to cities and towns across Massachusetts.
Former Springfield Mayor Michael Albano will not be testifying at the murder trial of accused Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger.
Residents in Northampton, Massachusetts this week are banned from watering their lawns or washing their cars during daytime hours.
The Mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts, is speaking out against Walmart’s proposal to build a 150-thousand-square-foot, so-called “Supercenter” in the city.
New numbers released Thursday show increases in unemployment rates for Massachusetts and Connecticut for the month of June.
Now that it has approval from voters, Springfield’s casino bid is a step–or more–ahead of it its competitors in West Springfield and Palmer.
The operator of New England’s power grid is asking consumers to voluntarily conserve electricity during this week’s heat wave.