It’s been a tricky few weeks for perhaps the most seasoned of politicians in western Massachusetts: Hampden County Sheriff Michael Ashe.
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg says the state should provide money to help local police departments try out body cameras on officers.
The company put the moratorium in place last year due to what it calls a lack of pipeline capacity.
Thursday’s ruling could mean that the 11 men on the state’s death row would no longer be subject to execution orders.
It’s been almost three years since Massachusetts voters approved medical marijuana by a wide margin. The dispensary in the western half of the state is expected to open soon in Northampton. Wednesday night, it held a coming out party of sorts.
Mitchell Rozanski, who came to Springfield from Baltimore, says he’s spent a lot of this past year just learning about the region.
The so-called High Impact Players Strike Force is made up of representatives from the district attorney’s office, Springfield and state police as well and federal law enforcement.
The newspaper wants a federal judge to release an unedited video of a portion of the FBI’s interview with Alexander Ciccolo.
Markey says he has not yet made a formal endorsement in the 2016 Democratic primary.
During a visit to Springfield Tuesday, Markey said there is one area he continues to focus on as he ponders how to vote on the agreement.
At one school, several assistant coaches made just $12,000 in a year, working what one coach said were school-year hours that are “about as full-time as it can get.”
Growing student demand for so-called responsible food sourcing has UMass Amherst making a move to provide antibiotic free chicken.
Nothing says summer recess like the president of the United States vacationing for two weeks on a Massachusetts island while the state’s top elected officials shower themselves in ice in front of the capitol to raise money for charity.
All states are not created equal, at least not when it comes to their influence on American history. That assumption underlies a new volume of […]
The owner of Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant wants to halt some emergency steps in place for communities within 10 miles of the facility, including disaster drills and warning sirens.