Alice Parker, who turns 90 on December 16th, has an important goal — to return choral music to what she calls the heart of singing. She uses no electronics, and no accompaniment in the workshops she gives throughout this country and in Canada.
State revenues in Massachusetts have fallen slightly short of projections. Governor Charlie Baker has said he wanted to see those numbers before deciding whether or not to make mid-year budget cuts.
The evolution of the pie in America has been chronicled by Robert Cox in his book, New England Pie: History Under a Crust.
A spokesperson for the Springfield police said the threat was “not credible” but could not provide any other information.
Massachusetts Congressman Jim McGovern, a Worcester Democrat, led the opposition to the bill.
The future of Massachusetts’ solar industry is in doubt after state lawmakers failed to reach a compromise, likely pushing the issue to next year.
MGM officials are trying to win-over skeptical residents and elected officials in Springfield.
A UMass researcher recently won a federal grant to prove that New England timber can be used to make construction-quality layered wood.
Massachusetts gambling regulators have plenty of questions for MGM Springfield, but will have to wait for answers.
The Young at Heart Chorus has wowed audiences around the world. Last week, they took part in a project much closer to home, in front of what you might call a captive audience.
The former mayor and convicted felon was re-elected Tuesday night. The election was the culmination of a colorful season of campaigning in Connecticut’s largest city.
Linda Tyer won the mayor’s office in Pittsfield. Incumbents in Greenfield, North Adams, Chicopee, Holyoke, Springfield, Gardner, Leominster and Worcester kept their seats. Incumbents did not seek re-election in Westfield, West Springfield and Fitchburg.
OUR CAMPAIGN COVERAGE: Voter Guide 2015
Voters make the final call in a dozen mayoral races in western and central Massachusetts.
In a MassLive and Western Mass News debate, Mayor Richard Kos defended the city’s decision to spend $185,000 to board-up the building and weather-proof it.
Last week, Pilgrim’s owner, Entergy Corp., announced that the plant will close by June 2019.