The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is rolling out its new Small Bottlenecks Program.
The process of establishing casinos in Massachusetts took an important step this week/last week.
Seven Western Massachusetts towns are the latest to earn the Green Community designation from the state. They were honored in a ceremony in Amherst Monday.
Massachusetts Deval Patrick signed a 1-point-5 billion dollar transportation bond bill Friday.
Health officials in Massachusetts and Vermont say cases of Whooping Cough are increasing, following a national trend. Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is highly contagious.
The commission that oversees gambling in Massachusetts held its first public forum in the western part of the state Wednesday.
Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren was in Western Massachusetts Monday. Her itinerary included a closed-door conversation with
A last-minute compromise reached between the auto industry and a group of Massachusetts independent vehicle repair shops is expected to head off a costly battle over a ballot question
Massachusetts Inspector General Gregory Sullivan has released the findings of an investigation into the now-discontinued State Lottery’s Cash Winfall game.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal of Springfield is sponsoring legislation to revive the “Build America Bonds” program.
A recent report says the Massachusetts economy grew by 3-point-3 percent during the second quarter of 2012.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is recommending a record 16-million-dollar fine against utility company National Grid.
The Western Massachusetts Council of the Boy Scouts of America says it is forming an Ad-Hoc committee to study the organization’s membership policy.
A symptom of cognitive disorders such as Autism or Alzheimer’s disease can sometimes be wandering.
Federal Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood was in Springfield Monday to formally announce the final piece of funding for the city’s Union Station project.