Bishop Rozanski says he will make a decision on plan addressing the future of the tornado-damaged school by mid-February
On Wednesday, Massachusetts’ secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer and auditor will be sworn into office. It comes nearly two weeks after the legislature, governor and lieutenant governor took their oaths of office. The reason for the delay is not entirely clear.
Students will purchase their textbooks online, beginning in the 2015 fall semester, under a five year deal between UMass and Amazon.
Supporters want to give Pittsfield’s Affirmative Action plan legal weight in spite of the mayor’s reservations
The National Weather Service says potentially life-threatening cold and wind is sweeping into New England this first full week of 2015
The satirical film, which has been at the center of an international storm involving Hollywood, Washington and North Korea, will be shown at a limited number of area movie houses.
A New York State Gaming Board is recommending that Mohawk Harbor, a blighted riverfront site in Schenectady, be the location of one of three new upstate casinos. One casino consultant says that could impact MGM Springfield’s plans to attract New York customers.
MGM launches a design and construction information session for prospective vendors, suppliers for the company’s Springfield casino.
A new report makes the case that American taxpayers could pay far less if troubled youth are provided alternatives to incarceration.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal leads a group of Springfield-area business and civic leaders on a tour of restored rail stations in Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut.
About three dozen Holyoke, Massachusetts, residents turned out Wednesday night to discuss what to do with the now-closed Mount Tom Power Station.
State and local officials will discuss the planning process to determine the best reuse for the coal-fired facility, which recently closed after 54 years in operation.
Following a major facelift and a change of owners, an iconic restaurant in downtown Springfield is back in business
Two witnesses for the prosecution say their initial testimony was coerced by police.
A new report says students of color and those with disabilities are disproportionately punished in Massachusetts public schools.