Vernon, Vermont is a town of just more than two thousand people.
Farmers across New England are concerned about the impact proposed food safety regulations might have on their farms.They had a chance to ask questions and express their opinions at a meeting in Ha
Springfield’s mayor is announcing how the city wants to use some federal disaster money from the severe weather of 2011.
Proposed food safety regulations will be the topic of discussion between farmers and federal officials in Hadley, Massachusetts Thursday.
Some Massachusetts legislators are withholding judgement on embattled Westfield State University president Evan Dobelle.
Officials are considering a plan to make toll collections on the Massachusetts Turnpike completely electronic. It’s the subject of public hearings in Worcester and Springfield this week.
A newly formed group of non-profits, activists and religious leaders is denouncing a request Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno made to the State Department.
A State Department spokesperson says it hasn’t received Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno’s letter, asking the department stop placing refugees in the city.
Northampton, Massachusetts, and its firefighters have reached an agreement on a new contract. But there’s no guarantee this lengthy labor dispute will be coming to an end.
For the first time in 15 years, the state of Connecticut is getting more money from its lottery than it does from slot machines.
Toll collection for travel between the six western-most exits of the Massachusetts Turnpike is scheduled to begin October 15th.
The police chief of Lee, Massachusetts is suspended without pay after being indicted on federal extortion and money laundering charges.
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.