The commission agreed with MGM that opening a Springfield casino during a major overhaul of I-91 is bad for business.
Foreclosure petitions, the first step in the process, rose by more than 60-percent through the first six months of 2015.
An independent examination will identify ways Massachusetts could reduce the number of offenders who re commit crimes, and end up back in jail.
Outside the church where the Mass was held, the community continued to show its support for the Sullivan family.
Martinez, the small, charismatic right-hander with a big fastball to go with his big smile, turned his starts into appointment viewing for Red Sox fans.
Those Amherst residents who may have been affected by the data breach received letters recently alerting them to the issue.
Springfield Democratic Congressman Richard Neal says he’s still reviewing the Iran nuclear deal struck by the Obama administration.
Springfield Congressman Richard Neal says he’d consider voting against federal money for the 2024 Olympics in Boston if the rest of the state is not included in infrastructure improvements sparked by the games.
While armed citizens have been standing guard outside military recruiting stations in Keene, New Hampshire, and elsewhere, some members of the armed forces ask that they stop.
The Adams, Massachusetts, man is accused of plotting a terror attack in the name of the Islamic State.
For the next several weeks, the paper’s front page will skip the usual headlines and feature a letter-of-the-day, with designs by artists from around the world.
Newly discovered information shows that a drug-lab chemist in Amherst, Mass. may have tampered with evidence for almost a decade longer than previously publicized.
A strike has been avoided at Berkshire County’s largest mental health and substance abuse treatment center.
Springfield saw its 13th murder of the year Tuesday, which is one less than in all of last year. And with 2015 half over, Hartford and Springfield are at the top of the list when it comes to the number of murders in New England cities.
This week’s ruling by the U-S Supreme Court allowing the use of a controversial drug in executions by lethal injection comes as no surprise to an Amherst College professor and author on the subject.