The fatal explosion last week in New York has utilities in neighboring states advising their customers about the signs of a gas leak.
A deadly disease for bats is killing fewer of the winged creatures in New England. Scientists are pleased but are not sure why this is happening.
Charter school advocates are lobbying lawmakers to lift the cap on the number of charters in low performing districts like Holyoke, Mass.
More snow is on the way to New England.
As wintry weather continues into March, wood pellets seem to be in short supply across New England.
Staples announced on Thursday that the office supply company plans to close 225 stores in North America over the next two years.
Several special elections took place in Massachusetts on Tuesday, including in the city of Westfield.
The National Park Service says visitors to its Massachusetts parks in 2012 pumped over 500 million dollars into the state’s economy. But the only historic site in western Massachusetts contributed well under one percent of that.
Hampden District Attorney Mark Mastroianni will have to wait a little longer before finding out if his nomination to the Federal Court in Springfield goes through.
With another storm heading towards the region, homeowners have more than just icy roads to worry about. Ice and freezing rain on top of roofs already piled with snow can cause leaks, and in some cases entire roofs to collapse.
Since last March, a local Quaker group has been banned from visiting a Northampton, Massachusetts high school to lobby students against joining the military.
Some insects are just like humans.
The Holyoke YMCA is now free to demolish an historic mansion across the street from its building.
Former U.S Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich will visit Amherst College Wednesday night. The visit has raised questions on campus about ideology and the allocation of student money.
Long distance democracy is coming to some Massachusetts towns.