Dozens of nurses and their supporters protested Tuesday's dedication ceremony of the new $300 million expansion of Springfield's Baystate Medical Center.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal joined Pioneer Valley business and municipal leaders in Springfield today for an annual event focused on the economic outlook of the state and nation.
After nearly four years of construction and $296 million, the new wing of Baystate Medical Center in Springfield is just days away from opening.
In honor of Black History month, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick visited the Dunbar Family and Community Center in Springfield Thursday, which recently merged with the YMCA.
In an effort to lessen the burden of property taxes on senior citizens, Massachusetts law allows municipalities to give seniors a chance to work off a portion of their tax bill.
After disappointing voter turnout in Springfield last November, and concerns about discrimination during the primary election in September, community organizers are starting the get-out-the-vote ef
A first-in-the-nation cap-and-trade program aimed at reducing carbon emissions may be changing, after participating states identified an oversupply of pollution allowances.
Western Massachusetts Electric Company recently finished building the largest utility-owned solar power facility in New England – with 8,200 solar panels.
The Smith & Wesson gun manufacturing plant in Springfield announced its use of a tax incentive program that requires it to create more than 225 new positions.
Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray visited Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield – the first of a 6-base tour – saying he and his administration want to protect the residents and employees of
A Boston-based polling center says consumer confidence in Massachusetts is on the rise, a sign the economy may soon see more spending.
Massachusetts Democrat and candidate for U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren traveled to West Springfield today to greet residents.
The IRS’s online filing system is up and running on time and for the second year in a row, the government won't be mailing out paper forms or instructional booklets. New England Public Radio reports on tax season.
Stephen Sugermeyer is an accountant in Ludlow, Massachusetts and he teaches accounting at Western New England College. He says there's no last-minute legislation to change tax preparation this year.
University of Massachusetts President Robert Caret told the Holyoke Chamber of Commerce today he promises to help grow and recruit innovative companies in that city and throughout the Pioneer Valley region.
This week the Springfield City Council again put off a vote on whether to accept state grant money for youth violence and gang prevention programs. Some city councilors want assurance that various community organizations are getting a fair shot at receiving funds.