As Massachusetts officials continue to address the state’s opioid crisis, Attorney General Maura Healey was in Springfield, Friday, meeting with about 150 students from the city’s […]
It’ll be another beautiful day today…with above average temperatures for this time of year. But it’ll cost you. That’s the takeaway from a recent study […]
As the maple sugaring season has wrapped up in New England, researchers in Canada have found a surprising, non-breakfast use for maple syrup. Professor Nathalie […]
You can find almost anything online. Did you know that there is a group of artists that sneak around in public places, and leave their […]
This is the time many people pay their CSA farmer for vegetables they’ll eat all summer long. But new research finds that you are more […]
Some dire news this week about plants that’re native to New England. Many — 1 in 5 – are endangered. That’s according to a report […]
Diemand Farm in Wendell says it doesn’t want to risk infecting its chickens and turkeys during the hunt, which was scheduled for Saturday. The event drew about 700 people last year.
Updated at 2 p.m. on Monday, March 23, 2015 After a fire on Sunday, a third of Howard Boyden’s sugarhouse is gone.
For 24 years, Keene, New Hampshire, has celebrated “all things pumpkin” with Pumpkinfest. But the end may be near.
This winter will eventually end — the calendar turns the page to Spring on March 19th — but the spring thaw may come even sooner. […]
Most license plates carry a seemingly random mix of letters and numbers. But what if you threw a star, a diamond or a heart in […]
Valentine’s Day is a celebrated with Valentine greeting cards… thanks in part to a 19th-century student of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Leslie […]
The Grammy Awards are tonight, and a member of the UMass Amherst music department will be there. Trumpeter Eric Berlin is up for Best Contemporary […]
Education experts have long worried about the lost instructional time, but prior research got this wrong, says Harvard Kennedy School professor Joshua Goodman.
A surprising result in a new study finds that plants not originally from the United States, called non-natives, are more widespread than native plants. Bethany […]