Long distance democracy is coming to some Massachusetts towns.
A new study released today projects Massachusetts’ population will increase 4.4 percent by 2030. But not all parts of the state are expected to grow.
UMass Amherst will release a report Wednesday afternoon detailing how secure the university’s residence halls are and what can be done to make them more secure.
The UMass Amherst Minuteman Marching Band takes to the streets of New York City later this morning where it will perform in the Macy’s Parade.
A pro-casino group in Palmer, Massachusetts, is disappointed that a recount of the casino referendum won’t happen until November 26th.
Massachusetts leads an energy efficiency score card for the third year in a row. The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) every year ranks all the states.
Amherst, Massachusetts could consider a new zoning law for medical marijuana dispensaries at tonight’s town meeting.
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.