In the first ten days, the diocese reports hearing from close to 1,000 people.
Members of the Massachusetts Senate will likely address the state’s opioid addiction crisis as they return to Beacon Hill for formal sessions.
Both House Speaker Bob DeLeo and Senate President Stan Rosenberg have made expanding Pre-K one of their top priorities for the year.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
The Hoosic River has been spelled at least three different ways.
Hartford voters go to the polls in a few days. The focus is on the Democratic primary, where incumbent mayor Pedro Segarra is facing off with challenger Luke Bronin.
Tonight in Foxborough, the Steelers come to town to take on the Patriots. The Pats will try to re-focus after an off-season dominated by talk of air pressure and discarded cell phones.
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he’s doubtful the legislature would approve a measure allowing municipalities to levy a local gasoline tax.
The Basketball Hall of Fame will hold its annual enshrinement ceremonies in Springfield Friday.
Montague police chief Chip Dodge promises that anyone seeking help for addiction will not be charged with a crime.
U.S. News says UMass is the 29th best public university in the country. This puts UMass on top of all public universities in New England except for UConn, which is ranked 19th.
The government cites a terrorism expert at the Marine Corps University, who says the obscured video is worthless as propaganda, but says terrorists would certainly use the unedited video.
Bringing back native plants is only one step in restoring this part of the Housatonic. Tearing down an unnecessary century-old dam is another.
Governors Michael Dukakis and William Weld were unable to advance a project connecting downtown Boston’s two train hubs and closing the broken link in East Coast rail service. On Wednesday, they plan to meet with Governor Charlie Baker to appeal to him to get the job done.