Heather Neal, a licensed massage therapist currently living in Greenfield, Massachusetts, was born and raised in Ireland to British parents.
Many movies, from swashbucklers and westerns to military and gangster films, have featured firearms designed and made in Springfield, home to the country’s first armory. A new exhibit, Springfield Armory Goes To Hollywood, is on display through the end of September.
Woodlyn Joachim’s journey to the U.S. began after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Now a student at UConn, she considers herself “both an American me and a Haitian me.”
The incoming president of the University of Massachusetts, Marty Meehan, met Tuesday with Governor Charlie Baker for the first time since Meehan was chosen to lead the five-campus system.
By a 2-1 margin, voters at Monday’s Town Meeting rejected a proposed bylaw to prohibit the “display of non-domesticated animals for entertainment”
Power struggles between the legislative and executive branches aren’t anything new. But one brewing in Montpelier these days is unique: The administration’s decision to block Internet entertainment sites has spawned a battle between top lawmakers and executive-branch techies.
Hind Mari came to UMass Amherst from Palestine in 1986. She’d planned on returning home, but opted to stay in western Mass. She says she now feels like a “nomad.”
Massachusetts Congressman Richie Neal is dismissing recent criticism of Hilary Clinton over foreign donations to the Clinton foundation while she was secretary of state.
For the first time in this trial, the defendant too appeared to show emotion, however briefly.
Michelle Kosilek was born Robert Kosilek and is serving a life sentence for killing her spouse, Cheryl, in 1990.
Artist Georges Annan-Kingsley left the Ivory Coast for Ghana because of violent political unrest. There, kidney failure threatened his life, and then helped lead to a new – and at times frustrating – beginning in the United States.
Holyoke Community College student Angelica Merino Monge was 10 years old when she, her mother and her older brother fled El Salvador.
Student-run businesses at UMass Amherst say they had a tough year because of competition from the university itself.
Throughout the forum at the Rebecca Johnson school, local residents voiced a list of concerns to Commissioner John Barbieri, from youth services to police harassment, especially directed at people of color.
Evan Dobelle will pay the state $185,000 to settle the suit, according to the Springfield Republican newspaper. Last summer, the attorney general’s office alleged that Dobelle misspent nearly $100,000 of Westfield State’s money.