Construction at Union Station in Springfield will officially end soon, but the renovated station won’t open until April, according to the city’s chief development officer.
More than a million Massachusetts residents voted for Donald Trump. Ahead of the inauguration, we wanted to hear what they’re expecting from the new president.
Governor Baker will attend Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday, but Congresswoman Katherine Clark will not.
A budget deficit of over $1 billion for the next fiscal year is overshadowing the new legislative session.
Orlando Ramos was elected and sworn in Monday to a one-year term as Council President. Ramos said his number one priority is to improve police-community relations.
A new, two-year legislative session begins this week. New lawmakers will be sworn in, but the balance of power won’t change.
A Springfield city councilor is on track to juggle two elected positions in the new year, as he begins a term in the Massachusetts state legislature.
Next year marks 25 years since the closing of the Belchertown State School, which became infamous for its horrible conditions and abuse of its patients. Donald Vitkus was one of those patients.
The Massachusetts unemployment rate is at its lowest level in 15 years, but recently we’ve seen budget cuts and state employee buyouts. So what’s going on with the state budget?
Some species shifted down-slope over time, but the study’s author doesn’t think that will continue in the long-run.
Some tourist attractions and agencies in western Massachusetts are facing tough budget choices after Governor Charlie Baker announced spending cuts this week.
This week, state lawmakers in charge of the budget hear how much revenue they’ll likely have to work with.
A new report looks at low-cost steps that federal and state governments can take to help communities be better prepared for flooding like Tropical Storm Irene.
The Longmeadow Democrat has filed a measure that would have Massachusetts ask Congress to amend the constitution.
Former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi will be released from prison Tuesday. The early end to his sentence could provide momentum for a state “compassionate release” law.