The new indictment alleges Alexander Ciccolo provided “material support and resources” to ISIS and that he attempted to use a weapon of mass destruction on a college campus.
Each of the 33 horses were hand-carved and painted by some of the volunteers, with a little help from experts. It took 1,800 hours to build each horse.
Massachusetts education officials say more than 30 schools and districts across the state suspend students more than they should. A publicly released list shows a number of those cited are in western Massachusetts.
A recent newspaper article quoted residents and local officials who said Neal has been largely invisible in Franklin County.
Springfield Congressman Richard Neal says he’s surprised Britain’s voters decided to leave the European Union by a decisive margin.
Precipitation levels at Bradley International Airport are almost six inches below normal since January, and down twelve inches since 2015.
Senate President Stan Rosenberg says dropping the sales tax holiday could save the state up to $25 million.
The $30 million project would create 350 construction jobs and add up to a hundred more retail positions in the city.
In 1998, Massachusetts essentially banned assault rifles and other devices that can feed a high capacity of ammunition into weapons.
Charlemont’s 3% tax would cover ski lifts, zip lines and also white river rafting trips.
Kinder Morgan last month was granted an injunction for the Connecticut Expansion project, allowing the company to begin work on a pipeline that would run though Otis State Forest in Sandisfield, Massachusetts.
A group of towns seeking to bring high-speed internet to rural western Massachusetts communities says it has a new business plan it hopes will address […]
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s administration is revising policies for when and how state police can hold individuals wanted by federal immigration authorities.
BerkshireRides is a private, non-profit which had relied on state and federal funding.
Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer says she plans to boost the city’s police budget by more than $900,000, about a 10% increase. This comes after 30 incidents with shots fired this year so far, as many as all of last year.