The Red Sox play the Cardinals in Game 6 tonight. With a win, the Sox become World Series champs.
Six communities from Berkshire County have joined forces against General Electric.
At tonight’s meeting, Springfield’s city council will be voting on pay raises for some of the city’s elected officials.
Grocery stores in western Massachusetts say that food stamps should be working again.
The Holyoke YMCA is pressing ahead with plans to demolish an adjacent historical building to make way for a member parking lot, after recently rejecting a $55,000 offer from a developer to purchase
Most homes and businesses that lost power during Monday’s thunderstorms and strong gusts of wind have their lights back on.
The federal government shutdown is potentially threatening the United States Biochar Initiative’s four-day conference starting this weekend at UMass Amherst.
The Massachusetts state legislature will hold a hearing Thursday on a bill that would prohibit police officers from using inappropriate language.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says it’s investigating the finances of three nuclear power stations in the Northeast, including Vermont Yankee.
The Catholic Diocese of Springfield will welcome the largest graduating class in nearly three decades to the priesthood Saturday.
The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling is preparing communities for problem gambling as the Bay State awaits the arrival of casinos.
Environmental officials in Massachusetts have begun working on a proposal that would require large businesses and universities to separate food waste from trash by 2014.
Peregrine falcon chicks were born this week on the roof of the W.E.B. Dubois library at UMASS-Amherst.
A new hotline for Massachusetts residents facing foreclosure has received a thousand calls since launching last week.
The University of Massachusetts system is hiring a consultant to manage energy use for all of its campuses – aiming to save multiple millions of dollars.