Massachusetts State Police are challenging a district court decision not to issue criminal complaints to seven recent college graduates who allegedly trespassed at the Quabbin Reserv
This summer, Holyoke’s Office of Planning and Economic Development wants to get a handle on the size of the city’s creative sector.
Members of the Pittsfield School Committee will meet with community members tomorrow night to consider updating the district’s sexual education curriculum.
In Connecticut, both the House and Senate have passed a landmark bill that would require foods containing Genetically Modified Organisms — or GMO’s — to be clearly labeled.
Thousands of Massachusetts residents are losing housing assistance as a result of the sequester, which took effect in March.
Members of the Springfield City Council will meet with state lawmakers and leaders from organizations around the city this afternoon to discuss segregation in greater Springfield.
Alleged Northampton, Massachusetts arsonist Anthony Baye unexpectedly pled guilty today to forty-eight criminal counts. The plea abruptly ends a trial over three years in the making.
The trial of Anthony Baye began with opening statements in Springfield Thursday. Baye is accused of setting fifteen fires in Northampton, Massachusetts in December 2009.
State lawmakers joined town officials and a crowd of Greenfield High School alumni today to mark the groundbreaking of the town’s new high school.
Before the Massachusetts House of Representatives began debate on a proposed 33.9 billion-dollar state budget today, House Speaker Robert Deleo took a moment to remember the victims in Monday’s bom
Many bus and train routes throughout the Northeast were disrupted as law enforcement officials continued to search the region for one of the suspects of Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon.
In the aftermath of the explosions at the Boston Marathon yesterday, the emergency medical community is receiving praise for how it responded to the disaster.
School officials are busy redesigning a virtual school based in Greenfield, Massachusetts so it complies with a new law requiring stronger state supervision of online schools.
As of this week, residents of Springfield, Massachusetts living in the city’s nearly 2,500 public housing units have to leave their building and its premises if they want to smoke a cigarette.
The Massachusetts Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Culture will hear testimony tomorrow from a Western Massachusetts lawmaker who has made a perennial effort to bring an African American herita