Our commentator has known since childhood that he was a boy.
While there has been more snow this ski season, business on the slopes has still been something of a mixed bag.
Over the next few months, workers at the Springfield Armory will be digging a lot of dirt. They’re restructuring parts of the armory’s grounds to recreate the landscape of the National Historic Site to what it looked like in the 1950s.
As the NCAA Division I basketball tournaments begin, a handful of teams from New England will be in action.
UMass initially declined to comment on Monday, citing pending litigation, other than to say head coach Derek Kellogg — who was fired last week — was not let go because of the lawsuit.
Supporters of the president say he’s delivering exactly what he promised. That’s what we heard again and again in several towns in central Massachusetts that voted for Trump, including Ware, which was once a booming mill town known as “the town that can’t be licked.”
Tuesday’s blizzard gave many people the day off. But some, like first responders, had to show up.
UMass said the decision to fire men’s basketball head coach Derek Kellogg is not connected to the lawsuit.
President Trump’s support came mostly from Plymouth County south of Boston, and from central Massachusetts. There, in the central part of the state, you can drive from the New Hampshire border south to the Connecticut line, and pass through a line of towns that all voted for Trump.
Forecasters said a blizzard warning will cover Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut Tuesday ahead of a storm that could dump up to two feet of snow on some parts of the area.
Key budget leaders in the Massachusetts House have said no new “broad-based” taxes are needed for the next state budget, even though tax revenues for the current fiscal year keep coming up short.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Massachusetts’ fire deaths in 2017 are now well ahead of the average from recent years.
Attorneys for a woman with Crohn’s Disease said she was fired for testing positive for marijuana, even though she has a prescription for it.
Our commentator is glad LEGO is immortalizing the women of NASA. But she says they’ve got to keep going.