Henry Epp reports on minimum wages in Mass., and how new legislation could affect servers and bartenders who live for tips, also, Nell Lake takes […]
Democratic candidates for Massachusetts governor say they would not vote to put casinos in their hometowns. The question comes as state regulators prepare to award […]
Gov. Deval Patrick is responding to a top Democrat and health care expert who sharply criticized the state’s handling of the broken Massachusetts Health Connector […]
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy on Thursday announced his plan for how the state’s estimated $500 million budget surplus should be used. Malloy is pushing for […]
The U.S. House passed legislation on Wednesday afternoon that would avert another government shutdown – at least for now.
Last week’s big snowstorm required a lot of cleanup across New England. In many places, property owners are required to shovel their sidewalks, but not in New Hampshire.
The federal government is discontinuing a program aimed at boosting partnerships to protect the nation’s rivers.
The University of Massachusetts has fired head football coach Charley Molnar after two years on the job.
The head of UMass Memorial Health Care says the system’s strained finances are not the reason for transferring a hospital in Palmer to Baystate Health.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is delaying a decision on whether Suffolk Downs racetrack can proceed with a revised casino proposal.
The University of Massachusetts has picked a site for its satellite campus in downtown Springfield. The school will lease more than 27,000 square feet in the Tower Square office tower.
Gov. Deval Patrick is standing by Massachusetts’ casino gaming law. That’s despite defeats in local casino referendums in Milford Ttuesday and East Boston and Palmer earlier this month.
A new poll shows Massachusetts residents continue to support the creation of casino gambling in the state.
Westfield State University trustees are taking a close look at the school’s travel and credit card policies.
The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Vermont is leading a national study to compare two different treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder.