The Massachusetts Health Connector has received numerous complaints that the site can’t process immigration information.
Starter Blake Frohnapfel was out last week with a leg injury as UMass lost to Akron, 30-6.
UMass-Amherst professor worked with Johns Hopkins on new statistical tool to help hospitals determine when flu season starts and ends.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick used his executive powers this week to cut the state budget by $198 million and asked the Legislature to pass a bill to facilitate another $57 million in additional budget cuts. Since then, state revenue officials have reported that tax collections over the first half of November surpassed collections over the same period in 2013 by $89 million.
More than half a year after Governor Deval Patrick declared a public health emergency in Massachusetts, a new opioid and heroin detox facility is moving forward in Franklin County.
Residents in Springfield’s north end say higher speed trains slated to start running at the end of December pose serious safety risks. Jose Claudio, of the New North Citizen’s Council says hundreds of people cross the track at a section called…the alleyway. Claudio says that includes children, and parents with strollers.
Marylou Sudders was previously state commissioner of mental health and head of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
The Revolution play the first of two games against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday in New Jersey.
Many Massachusetts lawmakers say they will not agree to legislation that would reduce local aid, part of Governor Deval Patrick’s midyear budget cuts. But there’s little they can do about other items on the chopping block.
Massachusetts House Speaker Bob Deleo says he will not back the governor’s plan to cut 25.5 million dollars in direct aid to cities and towns.
Two witnesses for the prosecution say their initial testimony was coerced by police.
Mayor Alex Morse signed an order this week that requires city police not to hold undocumented immigrants longer than regular citizens.
A new report says students of color and those with disabilities are disproportionately punished in Massachusetts public schools.
Massachusetts policy makers continue to craft regulations for a new law that limits the number of patients per nurse in hospital intensive care units.The Health Policy Commission met today in Boston.
A commission reviewing the salaries of Massachusetts top elected officials has released a preliminary report. Members came to Springfield for a public hearing.