An interview with the Associated Press reporter covering the Supreme Judicial Court arguments over the line between criminal harassment and free speech.
Baker says he will vote against repeal but if it does pass and he becomes governor, he would then file a bill with the Legislature “to put the Springfield casino back on the map.”
Police Chief Gary Gemme said heroin is suspected in at least eight deaths. The ninth was discovered Wednesday. He said significant resources are being devoted to finding the deadly drugs.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is not offering any specific funding yet to help revere clean-up. but the governor pledged support.
The verdict came Thursday after seven days of deliberations in a case that focused attention on the patronage culture in state government.
Azamat Tazhayakov was found guilty Monday of obstruction of justice and conspiracy.
The president says the U.S. is prepared to take targeted military actions in Iraq if they would help fight a growing threat from extremist militants.
Mitchell Thomas Rozanski is currently an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Meb Keflezighi is first American winner since 1983.
It’s the second dual championship for UConn, which also won the men’s and women’s titles in 2004. No other Division I school has accomplished that.
The men’s team plays Monday and women play Tuesday.
City officials say emergency service has been restored to the western Massachusetts town of North Adams approximately 11 hours after towers on top of a nearby mountain collapsed.
The bill will increase the minimum hourly wage to $9.15 in January, $9.60 in January 2016 and $10.10 in January 2017. State officials say 70,000 to 90,000 people now earn the minimum wage in Connecticut.
Four police officers were hurt as they worked to disperse hundreds of unruly students who were throwing beer cans and bottles at police on Saturday as large crowds gathered at an off-campus apartment complex, according to the Amherst police department.
Malloy says in a letter delivered Monday to President Barack Obama that the proposals as written would unfairly affect the state of Connecticut because of criteria that would appear to benefit three tribes that already have lost bids for recognition.