In a statement, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says that since there’s no funding available to run the hospital safely, she will not object to closing the ER over the weekend.
An overflow crowd shared stories of receiving treatment at the North Adams Regional Hospital, praised its employees, and strategized to avert the planned closing.
Museum leaders are optimistic about final passage of a $24.4 million grant approved by the state’s House of Representatives.
A trademark issued to a small business in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, for its vinegar-based health tonic is causing a firestorm of criticism. A scrappy small business now finds itself portrayed as a corporate usurper. Based on a cold remedy Dana St. Pierre remembers being spoon-fed by his grandmother as a child, it has a very distinct taste and packs a spicy wallop; the recommended daily intake is about a tablespoon.
The town of Lenox, Massachusetts has been looking for a new leader for six months.
The rise of hip, gourmet food trucks is celebrated in urban centers like Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon. That’s spawned a trend that’s stretched to Boston.
A new poll in Massachusetts finds increased support for medical marijuana. This comes as an application deadline for pot dispensaries approaches.
Efforts to conserve wildlife habitats and open space reached a milestone in Massachusetts. But sites that are most attractive to builders can be the hardest to purchase and protect.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick called Monday for embattled Westfield State University President Evan Dobelle to respond to concerns over his spending that led to a suspension of state funds t
Some Massachusetts students looking to land the next generation manufacturing jobs will have assistance from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Governor Deval Patrick says the voters of western Massachusetts should insist that their next governor become a frequent visitor.
This weekend, the Berkshire town of Lenox will welcome autumn with its annual Apple Squeeze festival.
In a surprise move, the police chief of Lee, Massachusetts, was fired last night.
The temporary suspension of the police chief in Lee, Massachusetts, is likely to be extended Tuesday when that town’s select board weighs the matter at a public meeting.