Springfield is recognizing residents of Caribbean heritage throughout the city with a month long celebration of culture.
Massachusetts Senator Karen Spilka is sponsoring a non-binding resolution to encourage businesses to diversify their boardrooms.
KG Urban Enterprises told the gaming commission on Wednesday it was withdrawing from the process because it didn’t have enough funding.
Thomas Sullivan’s former teacher, Lynn Leone, remembers him as a service-oriented student.
A public hearing on the site for Greenfield’s proposed drug treatment center site is scheduled for tonight, and a town official expects to hear opposition from residents.
The sponsor of a Massachusetts bill aimed at loosening restrictions on raw milk is hoping the bill moves forward in the fall.
The Massachusetts flag features a raised sword above the head of a Native American.
Legislation to rename the Hampden County Hall of Justice for Roderick Ireland, former chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, was filed on Thursday.
Gay marriage supporters from the Western Mass. area react to the Supreme Court’s landmark decision.
Massachusetts’ first casino is officially good to go, following a gaming commission meeting held today.
A city councilor wants residents to benefit from town pride and hikers’ positive perspectives.
The weekend series hopes to honor the players who sacrificed a championship title to defend their slighted teammate.
Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources predicts the avian flu could affect the East Coast poultry industry soon, though not all producers are aware.
A UMass study presented at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission meeting Thursday revealed Massachusetts residents’ current gambling interests and problems.
Massachusetts public health veterinarian Catherine Brown says take the bug spray, and use it, when vacationing in tropical areas.