These days of falling oil prices may be causing alternative fuel suppliers a few sleepless nights. But one tiny company in Eastern Connecticut is forging ahead with plans to break into the fuel pellet market with a surprising new ingredient.
Fans withstood drenching rain and blustery conditions in Foxborough last night to watch New England trounce the Indianapolis Colts 45 to 7.
Tax collections are running close to estimates halfway through Massachusetts fiscal year but the $36.5 billion state budget is out of balance by more than $500 million, according to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker,
The New England Patriots host the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game on Sunday. This follows the Pats’ thriller last week, a 35-to-31 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
Among the flurry of bills signed by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick before he left office, was legislation offering band parents the option to have their […]
The instrument became so popular that in the early 20th century, almost every town in this country and in Europe had a mandolin orchestra. Those orchestras are making a comeback, including one in western Massachusetts.
Outgoing Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has accepted a spring fellowship at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.
Although informants helped university police make drug arrests, a working group determined the policy’s harms outweighed the benefits.
Updated at 5:20 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 At least one group is reacting to Sarno’s comments by moving families out of the city.
Even before the cancellation, the theater offered refunds, with about 400 of the 1300 ticket-holders requesting their money back.
UConn psychiatrist is among those urging more individualized treatment for chronic pain.
Students will purchase their textbooks online, beginning in the 2015 fall semester, under a five year deal between UMass and Amazon.
Rosenberg is settling into his new role as Senate President, with lawmakers facing a budget gap.
This year, it costs about $60,000 in tuition, fees and room and board to attend one of the nation’s most selective liberal arts colleges.
Supporters want to give Pittsfield’s Affirmative Action plan legal weight in spite of the mayor’s reservations