Tuesday’s killing in North Carolina of three Muslim students is now being investigated by the FBI as a hate crime. They were allegedly shot by a neighbor. Many New Englanders are responding to their deaths with prayer and discussion.
Iranian students are now barred from entering specific programs at the university, effective February 1st. UMass says it’s following federal law.
Last year, our commentator reported alone from the front lines in the war against Valentine’s Day, complete with a 17-point list of the basic characteristics of the man she thought she sought. And this year?
Kathryn Mauke was an honor roll student at Sabis International Charter School. She had won a scholarship to attend American International College.
The MNA says it commends Berkshire Health Systems for reopening the emergency room and expanding outpatient services. But it says the need for in-patient services in North Adams is clear and possible.
In a surprise development, MBTA General Manager Beverly Scott resigned yesterday. The move came amid commuter frustration – and criticism from the governor – over T failures during the recent snowstorms.
Forty Vermont National Guard members are heading to Massachusetts to help communities dig out from record snowfall
After weeks of frigid temperatures and snowfall, some shelter residents are starting to go a little stir crazy.
The state is also purchasing two snow meters that Baker says can process about 120 tons of snow per hour.
Leaders of Springfield Prep Charter School, which will open next Fall in the South End, are finding it’s hard to recruit among their target population — families with few resources, who live in the neighborhood. Charter school critics say that’s the problem.
With the third major snow storm in two weeks forcing numerous school cancellations, education officials have to decide how those “snow days” will be made
Much of New England is digging out from a third major winter storm in two weeks, and more snow is likely on the way.
With more snow in the forecast the House last Thursday preemptively scheduled a session for Friday, aware that it may not be possible to hold their usual Monday session. It was the kind of scheduling maneuver that might not have happened weeks ago, but it appears lawmakers are adapting to the reality that Mother Nature is making it tough to even get to Beacon Hill.
Updated at 9:45 a.m. on Monday, February 9th, 2015. The week has begun with yet another major winter storm hitting much of New England. A winter storm warning is in effect for nearly all of Massachusetts and northern Connecticut through 1 a.m. Tuesday.
The Grammy Awards are tonight, and a member of the UMass Amherst music department will be there. Trumpeter Eric Berlin is up for Best Contemporary […]