The commission agreed with MGM that opening a Springfield casino during a major overhaul of I-91 is bad for business.
“On Hurricane Island” follows a math professor named Gandalf Cohen who is abducted by federal agents and flown to a secret interrogation center off the coast of Maine.
Energy analyst and commentator Michael Lynch says since a whole range of pundits and twitwits are going to weigh in on the Clean Power Plan that President Obama announced this week, he might as well join the crowd.
The proposal would attempt to create a graduated income tax, an idea that state voters have rejected several times.
Foreclosure petitions, the first step in the process, rose by more than 60-percent through the first six months of 2015.
An independent examination will identify ways Massachusetts could reduce the number of offenders who re commit crimes, and end up back in jail.
Governor Charlie Baker’s signature is all that’s needed to green-light a “sales tax holiday” on August 15th and 16th. The Legislature passed the sales tax holiday bill last week, which has become an annual event in recent years.
Sponsors of potential ballot questions for 2016 face a deadline this week: the language for their proposals must be submitted to the state by Thursday.
Springfield is recognizing residents of Caribbean heritage throughout the city with a month long celebration of culture.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Massachusetts Senator Karen Spilka is sponsoring a non-binding resolution to encourage businesses to diversify their boardrooms.
A dog spends its first few years locked in a laboratory, leaving her broken and traumatized. A lady bug, a little girl and — of course — other dogs help her rediscover her foxhound instincts.
An Adams, Massachusetts, man accused of plotting to attack a college on behalf of the self-declared Islamic State has pleaded not guilty.
The U.S. job market is on the mend, but one group continues to have a stubbornly high unemployment rate: people with disabilities. In fact, they’re more than twice as likely to be unemployed as other Americans. A program in Springfield, Massachusetts, is trying to change that.
The feds say 23-year-old Alexander Ciccolo planned to carry out the attack on behalf of the group that calls itself the Islamic State , or ISIS.