A long-time funeral home in South Hadley, Massachusetts has closed and its owner suspended following the discovery of several decomposing bodies. Investigators came to the […]
As the Child Welfare League released a report critical of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, a group of social workers picketed the agency’s Holyoke office Wednesday.
A teenage girl is the victim in the city’s latest homicide.
Massachusetts transportation officials say a new construction plan for replacing the Interstate-91 viaduct in Springfield will cause fewer traffic headaches than a previous version.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is due back in Springfield Wednesday for a final public hearing on MGM’s $800 million casino proposal.
In a letter to Smith’s president, Kathleen McCartney, Christine Lagarde said she’d heard from students opposing her selection and she did not want to detract from graduation.
State officials are warning residents to be on the lookout for callers threatening consumers over jury duty.
Massachusetts Attorney-General Martha Coakley says she won’t predict how the Supreme Judicial Court will rule on a proposed ballot petition to repeal the state’s casino […]
An arbitration panel assigned to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has sided with the town of Longmeadow over MGM Resorts. The two had disagreed on a […]
The fallout between partners in a failed casino project in Palmer, Massachusetts continues. Mohegan Sun has filed suit against Northeast Realty, owners of land it […]
Major cuts are headed to Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee, Massachusetts. The reductions are partly due to ongoing federal budget cuts.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire is calling for an investigation into the scam that’s hit health care practices throughout the region.
Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal says the pace of the federal permitting process to re-open the former North Adams Regional Hospital is frustratingly slow.
The guard was the Minutemen’s fourth-leading scorer with 9.4 points per game last season, when UMass reached the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1998.
Springfield’s incoming police commissioner on Monday night unveiled his top priorities as the city’s top cop. It was Deputy Chief John Barbieri’s first public presentation sine his appointment.