The attorney representing St. Joseph Parish says it costs too much to maintain the former convent and the church doesn’t have the money to bring the building up to modern codes.
An attorney for Eagleton School says it won’t have any comment until sometime Tuesday. The state is now overseeing operations at the school.
Albano’s comment on critics who’ve set up a website called Stop Michael Albano? They’re playing politics.
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In a filing with the EPA, GE says the so-called “Rest of the River” plan is “not a common-sense solution” and violates the terms of the original agreement between the two parties.
Twenty-five thousand visitors are expected in West Springfield this weekend for the Amherst Railway Society’s “Railroad Hobby Show.”
State health officials have confirmed one case of the Zika virus in Massachusetts and said additional cases will not come as a surprise, though the virus cannot be spread from one infected person to others.
Charles Wilhite, the Springfield man who spent 40 months in prison before being cleared of murder charges three years ago, has been acquitted of assault charges in a separate trial.
Personal Care Attendants are calling on Massachusetts officials to avoid putting any limits on overtime pay as the state considers drafting regulations to manage new federal provisions on overtime and travel allowance for the home care workers
Monica Jakuc Leverett’s music room includes an impressive half concert grand, not one, but two beautiful custom-made fortepianos and her latest acquisition—a baby grand toy piano.
MassLive reports the city of Springfield is way behind on releasing the annual report of the committee charged with investigating police misconduct allegations.
While Amherst College has abandoned its unofficial mascot, some alumni say they will keep singing the Lord Jeff fight song on their own.
The butcher is coming to town. Three western Massachusetts men are providing on-site butchering services for farmers who don’t want to haul their animals to a slaughterhouse, and helping to fill a gap in the region’s meat processing industry.
The chair of the Southbridge Town Council says he hopes the decision will finally restore order to a school district that has had a high turnover of administrators, including seven superintendents since 2010.
College trustees announced they will not use the mascot in any official communication, and they’ll rename the college-owned Lord Jeffery Inn.