State education officials are taking over four Massachusetts schools, including Holyoke’s Morgan Elementary School.
A federal judge on Thursday refused to temporarily prevent Worcester from enforcing a pair of ordinances that restrict panhandling.
An interim president has taken over at Westfield State University after trustees put President Evan Dobelle on paid administrative leave.
Both chambers of Congress Wednesday night passed a deal to end the government shutdown and avoid default.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno says he’s re-commissioning a special paramilitary strike force, which he says will patrol the city’s more violent neighborhoods.
When the Westfield State University board meets Wednesday, trustees will find out if the university’s staff supports President Evan Dobelle.
The board of Westfield State University meets Wednesday to consider the fate of school president Evan Dobelle.
The partial government shutdown is in its 8th day, and in just over a week, the federal government will reach its borrowing limit.
On this edition of Morning Edition Extra, we chat with the Boston Business Journal‘s Craig Douglas about the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
Leaders in the Massachusetts Senate are proposing a bill designed to shore-up the state’s water and sewer infrastructure.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has cleared Mohegan Sun to bid for the sole resort casino license in western Massachusetts.
It’s day-two for health insurance exchanges across the country.
Massachusetts lawmakers Tuesday heard testimony on a bill to regulate electronic cigarettes. Attorney General Martha Coakley says the measure would close gaps in current state law.
Today on Morning Edition Extra, we take a closer look at a move by Massachusetts’ education commissioner to put a Holyoke school into state receivership.
Earlier this month in Westfield, Massachusetts, high school officials told almost 40 mostly female students to go home and change their clothing. They were breaking the school dress code.