Honor, shame and family lie at the heart of a new novel by Trinity College Writer-in-Residence, Lucy Ferriss.
The Boston Herald featured the pay raise on its front page Thursday with the headline, “Money for nothing!”
Also, MassLive is reporting that MGM has told state environmental regulators that oil byproducts, lead and arsenic turned up in soil or groundwater samples taken from the site of the future casino.
His first week on the job, Holyoke Public Schools’ state appointed receiver says he’s still gathering information before announcing a turnaround plan for the struggling school district.
Shelburne Falls promotes its roles in “The Judge” with Robert Downey, Jr., and “Labor Day” with Kate Winslet.
Hours after lawmakers unveiled an overdue state budget compromise, Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday morning endorsed the Legislature’s approach to jettison a corporate tax break so that low-income workers could receive larger tax credits.
Newly discovered information shows that a drug-lab chemist in Amherst, Mass. may have tampered with evidence for almost a decade longer than previously publicized.
A strike has been avoided at Berkshire County’s largest mental health and substance abuse treatment center.
Massachusetts Governor Baker left for the July 4th holiday saying he was confident house and senate lawmakers could agree on a budget deal by the end of this week. State house reporter Matt Murphy says it’s unclear if the governor risks failing to deliver a budget before a temporary stop-gap measure expires.
Legislation to rename the Hampden County Hall of Justice for Roderick Ireland, former chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, was filed on Thursday.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Peter Mulvey wrote “Take Down Your Flag” before a concert at the Calvin Theater in Northampton, Massachusetts in June. More than 140 other singers have since added verses to honor the victims of the Charleston shooting.
The remains of a Marine corps officer killed in the South Pacific during World War II and discovered last year have been laid to rest in his home town of Westfield, Massachusetts.
The Palmer, Massachusetts, writer’s sixth novel sets an accidental fortune-teller in a “dead mall.”
The opioid crisis is a tragedy with some unlikely side effects. In this case, one of those side effects is uniting Democrats from Massachusetts with Republicans from the Midwest.