The head of the UMass Memorial medical center is pushing back after the hospital received a poor rating in a new federal ranking system.
In 2015, the Connecticut Legislature set aside $15 million to help police departments buy body cameras. But only 10 out of the more than 100 eligible law enforcement agencies have responded.
The high-quality digital recording systems mean that writing down who said what no longer has to happen in real time. Forty court reporters may no longer be necessary.
Massachusetts State Representative Paul Mark proudly says he was the first public official in the state to have endorsed Bernie Sanders. And he says he will keep following Sanders’ lead.
A study from the United States Geological Survey says Massachusetts is one of 25 states where there is a greater risk for the groundwater to slowly dissolve metal pipes, potentially leaching lead into the drinking water in private wells.
Springfield officials on Friday revealed the name of the new American Basketball Association team coming to the city; the Springfield Sting will begin playing this November.
Massachusetts Attorney Maura Healey says she won’t comply with a subpoena from a Congressional committee on her investigation into whether Exxon misled consumers and investors about global warming.
Congressman Jim McGovern is co-sponsoring a bill that would provide funding for a mobile program that would deliver meals to children who can’t get to the summer food sites.
The refugees could start arriving in January. Northampton has already begun planning how to help them get acclimated to their new country.
There were prayers and calls to action on the steps of Springfield City Hall today in response to the shootings in Dallas, Minnesota, and Louisiana. […]
A new law that defines sexual consent took effect in Connecticut today. It says only “yes” means “yes” on college campuses. The law mandates that […]
The UMass Donahue Institute has been awarded a new federal grant to help strengthen teen pregnancy prevention programs throughout the country.
The PVTA had expected to receive $71 million from the state to replace the old trolley barn it currently uses to maintain more than 100 buses.
Colleges and universities in New England are increasingly offering discounts to attract students from nearby states.
The Bloomberg poll found 35 percent were in favor of a Clinton-Warren ticket.