Kevin Jourdain will be among the delegates from Massachusetts as Republicans gather in Cleveland next week.
The money would have funded a study on whether to fix up or relocate the court house.
25 people, 18 of them members of the Coast Guard returning from overseas duty, died in the 1946 crash.
Organizers are expecting hundreds of people to attend a drag show and fundraiser tomorrow night at Diva’s nightclub in Northampton, Mass.
Arkwright follows a renowned writer who dedicates his fortune to creating a starship, in hopes of establishing a human colony on a distant planet.
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Hartford resident Ivan Backer was one of 669 Czechoslovakian children who escaped the Nazis on “Kindertransport” trains.
Former Lee, Massachusetts police chief Joseph Buffis is now locked up, beginning a 27-month prison sentence for a corruption conviction.
The next Massachusetts budget is now in the hands of a committee of six lawmakers — they’ll work out the differences of the versions of […]
We collected some summer reading recommendations from the experts — librarians and booksellers around western Massachusetts.
A conference committee must now work out a compromise spending plan for the fiscal year budget that begins in July. Massachusetts state Senators passed their version of the budget last week, after tacking on several policy priorities.
This is the second of two perspectives we’re airing this week on a Massachusetts bill to expand public accommodation rights to the transgender community.
By mid-June, the Massachusetts House will take up a bill that would extend non-discrimination rights to transgender individuals. Today, a conversation about the bill with transgender activist Tynan Power.
The prosecutor in Buffis’ case says he believes it’s the first conviction in western Massachusetts for a police chief abusing their office.
The CEO of Friendly’s Ice Cream says not much will change about the company when it sells part of its business to a Texas-based Dean Foods.
A group of seventh grade students at Duggan Academy plan to deliver a petition to their principal to ask that all clothing sold with the school’s logo be certified fair trade or union-made in America.