MGM’s plans to build a casino in Springfield took another step forward yesterday as the gaming commission gave a green light to hold an operating license Next up for MGM is to negotiate agreements
Plans to build a casino on Suffolk Downs’ property in Revere took another step forward Monday now that developers have worked out a host community agreement with Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo. <
Western New England has been soaked with between two and four inches of rain so far today from a large storm which has impacted travel across the country.
By 93 votes, residents of Palmer, Massachusetts, rejected a casino deal between the town and Mohegan Sun. But the battle may not be finished.
Massachusetts’ top education official is renewing a call for disciplinary action against Westfield State University President Evan Dobelle.
The return of tolls for passenger vehicles using the western portion of the Massachusetts Turnpike is a foregone conclusion.
Voters in West Springfield soundly defeated a proposal for a casino on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition.
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
Proposed food safety regulations will be the topic of discussion between farmers and federal officials in Hadley, Massachusetts Thursday.
Springfield’s mayor is announcing how the city wants to use some federal disaster money from the severe weather of 2011.
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.