Boston’s Boylston Street is back to business today, nine days after two bombs ripped through the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring more than 250.
The Boston marathon bombings are reviving the debate over the death penalty in Massachusetts. The death penalty was abolished in Massachusetts in 1984.
The Pittsfield, Massachusetts City Council will consider a zoning amendment tonight that nearly doubles the areas in the city where medical marijuana dispensaries would be allowed to operate.
Our state house reporter, Sarah Birnbaum, reports on Thursday’s interfaith memorial service for the victims of Monday’s bombings.
Three people are dead and at least 140 injured after a pair of bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Boylston Street.
Authorities say the Thursday night fire that displaced about 60 residents of a town-run housing facility for the elderly in Lenox, Massachusetts and critically injured one resident was intentionall
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s administration is teaming up with law enforcement to crack down on welfare benefit abuse through a new data-sharing program.
Five separate sections of the Norwottuck Rail Trail — the bike-path and walkway linking Northampton, Hadley and Amherst, Massachusetts — will be closed temporarily over the next few weeks as the
While Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and the legislature battle over the state spending plan for next fiscal year, it looks like plans by each side share at least one thing in common –
Just when you thought election season was over, another campaign cycle is starting again with mayoral seats up for grabs in several western Massachusetts communities.
A mistrial has been declared in the trial of Cara Rintala, a Granby, Massachusetts woman accused of killing her wife in 2010.
City officials in Holyoke are opening up a tax work-off program to veterans who live in the city.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is signaling a willingness to compromise his proposed 1.9 billion dollar expansion of state spending on education and transportation.
All eyes are on the Vatican this week as the conclave to elect the new head of the Roman Catholic Church is set to begin.
As Massachusetts lawmakers consider ways to trim his plan to raise state spending by $1.9 billion, Governor Deval Patrick says a hike in the gas tax could be part – but only part – of the solution.