Massachusetts Auditor Suzanne Bump says she believes the state Gaming Commission should be adhering to the same spending practices as other state agencies.
A new study is looking at whether online courses help prevent high school students from dropping out.
Officials at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield say no patients were turned away Tuesday evening. That’s despite a lock down brought on by a standoff between police and a man who eventually shot himself and died.
Earlier this week, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick came to Springfield to celebrate Black History Month with students at the William DeBerry Elementary School.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick says he’s not fazed by comments from House Speaker Robert DeLeo ruling out any new taxes in the state’s next budget.
A typically busy midday scene in downtown Springfield was nowhere to be found during Wednesday’s storm. But there were still some folks out and about who had to go to work in spite of the weather.
Springfield City Council Adopts Stricter Rules On Pawn Shops, Junk Dealers
A Springfield man who was initially convicted of murder then acquitted in a second trial, has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city […]
The Springfield City Council is gearing up for another effort to revive citizen-led commissions overseeing the promotion and discipline of police officers and fire fighters. […]
Massachusetts State Senator Gale Candaras says she will not seek re-election to a fifth term this fall. She will instead run for Hampden County Register of Probate.
Springfield officials announced Monday the approval of $25 million in reimbursements from the Federal Emergency Management Agency stemming from the June, 2011 tornado. Mayor Domenic Sarno say
A new session of the Springfield City Council began Monday with the swearing in of its most diverse board in the city’s history.
The Springfield City Council is scheduled to convene its new two-year session on Monday, January 6th, with a new president and its most diverse body to date.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno this summer requested help from a specialized unit of the Massachusetts state police.
Springfield’s Public School system may soon have gardens where students can grow food for their cafeterias. That’s after the district received a $100,000 federal grant.