On August 29, an Easthampton, Massachusetts special-needs school is launching one of the country’s only automotive programs for autistic youth.
Generations of children have spent the first few weeks of school on a classic nature lesson — the metamorphosis of Monarch caterpillars into butterflies.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, Massachusetts says its rate of one type of hospital-acquired infection was cut in half after using a new UV-light technology.
After more than two decades as director of the Northampton Arts Council, Bob Cilman is retiring next month — and that means Tuesday’s “Transperformance” concert will be his last at the helm.
Just as the birth control pill gave women the freedom not to have children too soon, reproductive medicine has allowed many to have babies after they thought it was too late.
Many politicians consider the sales tax holiday a gift to retailers and consumers — even though states can lose millions of dollars in revenue.
Throughout the summer, we will be highlighting new local fiction from Western New England authors — for those lazy days on the beach, or just to take a break from all that weeding.
Health reform advocates in Massachusetts say the Obama administration’s decision to delay a key part of the Affordable Care Act puts the state’s budget in a bind.
Scientists have recently discovered an infectious disease — similar to lyme — that is spread by deer-ticks and endemic to New England.
While city and state officials and gambling executives jockey over where and when a casino will land in Western Massachusetts, mental health providers have other concerns.
A new report from the National Wildlife Federation warns that climate change is threatening many species of New England’s migratory birds, and could up-end massachusetts half-a billion dollar bird-
More than a thousand Massachusetts residents with brain injuries will be allowed to move from nursing homes to community settings under an agreement reached with the state earlier this month.
FROM THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD: COOLING CENTERS
A Connecticut investigation has found significant delays in the physician discipline process.
Sixty years ago next week, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed by the US government for allegedly selling atomic secrets to the soviets.