STCC plans to use a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women to create a new prevention coordinator position and add an on-campus counselor for victims.
We check in with State House reporter Shira Schoenberg of the Springfield Republican newspaper
Using a technology known as DNA phenotyping, the image is based on DNA evidence found at the scene of Lisa Ziegert’s murder 24 years ago.
Two cases of possible ethical issues in Massachusetts’ Department of Energy and Environmental Affairs have cropped up in the past few months.
Several Chinese restaurants in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, are paying some immigrant workers significantly less than the minimum wage.
The coming shakeup in the leadership of Massachusetts’ Democratic Party, plus new regulations on medical marijuana.
Governor Baker meets with leaders of the state legislature. A likely topic: state revenues falling short of projections.
Most state legislators do not face primary challenges in the elections this week.
Hampshire County Sheriff Robert Garvey is calling it quits after more than three decades. Three candidates are in the race to succeed him.
The race for Hampden County sheriff is one of the most heated primary elections in Western Massachusetts. Voters make their picks this Thursday.
The Worcester Democrat said he’ll ask the Obama administration to dedicate funds to Massachusetts farmers in an end-of-the-year spending bill.
DROUGHT COVERAGE: Farming, Soil And Water In The Time Of Climate Change
Leaders of New England states and eastern Canadian provinces are in Boston this week for an annual conference, with a focus on technology and energy.
Daniel Finds A Poem follows a young boy as he talks to animals in his local park, asking them, “what is poetry?”
National attention has focused on Judge Thomas Estes’ ruling in the case of an East Longmeadow teen accused of raping two women.
This Friday is the deadline to register to vote in the September 8th state primary in Massachusetts.