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.
Westfield State University trustees are taking a close look at the school’s travel and credit card policies.
A new poll shows Massachusetts residents continue to support the creation of casino gambling in the state.
The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Vermont is leading a national study to compare two different treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder.
The chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Allison Macfarlane, is in eastern Massachusetts Friday, looking at the Pilgrim nuclear power plant.
MGM is urging the Massachusetts Gaming Commission not to delay its timeline for awarding resort casino licenses.
The women’s soccer team from Holyoke Community College is one win away from making its division’s national championship game.
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Massachusetts has one of the most ambitious solar programs in the country. West of Worcester alone, 17 large solar projects have been built with another 27 in the pipeline.
Large crowds gathered outside a complex of residence halls at UMass Amherst Wednesday night to celebrate the Red Sox victory in the World Series.
State education officials are taking over four Massachusetts schools, including Holyoke’s Morgan Elementary School.
In a visit to Boston Wedensday afternoon, President Barack Obama will cite the slow start of the Massachusetts health care system to keep expectations low for early sign-ups for his own overhaul.</
A federal judge on Thursday refused to temporarily prevent Worcester from enforcing a pair of ordinances that restrict panhandling.
Both chambers of Congress Wednesday night passed a deal to end the government shutdown and avoid default.