The works of several New England composers will be performed this weekend in Hartford at the Women Composers Festival.
The Enchanted Circle Theater’s “Between The Canals: The Evolution of a Mill Town” is on stage next week in Holyoke, Mass.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s proposed budget is not enough to freeze tuition and fees for another year at the state’s public colleges and universities. We asked the state’s Higher Education Commissioner why.
Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers were in Amherst today to discuss state funding for schools and colleges.
When Michael Carolan saw Philip Seymour Hoffman on stage, he saw an actor who could deliver every line and gesture of a man living with demons.
The clean up from this most recent storm is still underway. It’s a big ticket item this winter for any state in the region.
You’ve no doubt seen the snow piling up outside and expect a lot more of it to come in the next 24 hours. Everyone is following the weather, and maybe especially Dave Hayes in Deerfield, Massachusetts, known on Facebook as The Weather Nut.
Single men and women—especially of a certain age— are expected to betray no interest whatsoever in romance, says commentator Linda McCullough Moore.
U.S. Womens’ Ice Hockey Team Mates Kacey Bellamy and Kendal Coyne studied and played at The Berkshire School. It’s the first Olympics for Coyne, who grew up in Illinois and now lives outside of Boston. This is the second winter games for Bellamy, who hails from Westfield. We spoke to their high school coach in Sheffield, Mass., Sylvia Gappa.
Western Massachusetts officials suspect heroin overdoses were the cause of seven deaths last month. Jeremy Bucci, is the chief trial counsel for the Northwestern District […]
A profile of the evolving Poor Old Shine, a roots band out of Mansfield, CT, with members Chris Freeman (banjo), Max Shakun (guitar, pump organ), Antonio Alcorn (Mandolin), Harrison Goodale (Bass),
Today on MEX: A public hearing this week on the agreement between Vermont and Vermont Yankee, HIV rates in Mass., on its own as as compared to the rest of the nation, on the decline, new music from
Fire departments have always helped each other out. Firefighting began as a voluntary call to action. But since this system was established, much has changed in the communities where we live.
Daphne Board has an artist’s skill and an immeasurable compassion for people with bad feet.
On this snowy, cold morning, check out the progress of Massachusetts’ marijuana dispensaries with reporter Henry Epp. Also, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Ponsor not only rules from the bench.