Today we look at Question 2 – the “Bottle Bill.” Voters will choose whether to expand the bottle deposit law to include beverages like water, juice, and sports drinks.
The New England Farm Workers Council won’t have to pay back any money to the state.
Voter registration cards need to be postmarked by 8 p.m. tomorrow, but a spokesperson for the Secretary of State says it’s probably more reliable to register in person.
The two major party candidates vying for the open Massachusetts state senate seat held by Gale Candaras have lobbed personal attacks, but they agreed on many issues in a roundtable debate.
Linda Post, the festival’s co-founder, reflects on how the Northampton event has changed over two decades.
A rural Massachusetts school committee could decide on Wednesday whether to move toward a four day school week.
Massachusetts voters will see five names on the ballot for governor in November. that includes three independents. For them, it’s been difficult to make a mark on the race. And two of those candidates have spent over a million dollars of their own money.
The team has played all its home games in eastern Massachusetts while it upgraded McGuirk Stadium in Amherst.
The school will lose its affiliation with the Mid-Atlantic Conference after next season, and will play as an independent, at least for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
The group in Franklin County met yesterday in Greenfield to get updates on the work of many health, public safety, and government officials on efforts to curb the rate of opiate use and overdoses.
Many vocational high schools in Massachusetts are unable to serve all local students, with long wait lists for admission, but that’s not the case for some schools in the western part of the state.
Allen lost the Democratic primary to Eric Lesser by about 200 votes.
Gulluni won the four-way Democratic primary last night, and faces no Republicans or Independents in November.
Democratic voters in Hampden County will choose the area’s next district attorney in Tuesday’s primary, and the winner will face big challenges once in office.
With no incumbent running, the race for Hampden DA appears to be wide open among the four Democrats on the ballot. All of them are white men, in a county where about a third of all residents identify as non-white.