Households that rely on oil for heat could see some substantial cost savings this winter season due to milder temperatures and lower crude oil prices
General Electric is moving its world headquarters from Fairfield, Connecticut, to Boston’s Seaport District.
On Beacon Hill Wednesday, House lawmakers are expected to vote on another opioid bill. States like Massachusetts have scurried to find effective solutions to this drug crisis. Even so, not everyone thinks policymakers are going in the right direction.
Following a national search, Jacob’s Pillow has selected a Connecticut native and arts administrator to lead the country’s longest running dance festival
State House reporter Matt Murphy says Baker does not need the legislature’s approval to make emergency budget cuts.
Lawyers for a western Massachusetts woman asked the state’s highest court this week to find her not guilty in the 2010 murder of her wife, Anne Marie Rintala. Jurors deadlocked in the two previous trials of Cara Rintala.
With popular civilian drones becoming an increasing danger for commercial, private, and military airplanes, the Federal Aviation Administration has updated its regulations for drone operators. Today, Westover Air Reserve Base officials started making sure the word gets out.
Boston’s top cop, seated at a table strewn with imitation guns, urged Beacon Hill lawmakers Thursday to keep citizens and police officers safe by requiring replica firearms be made more clearly discernible from the real thing.
Macy’s in Springfield and Lanesborough, Massachusetts and two in Enfield, Connecticut are scheduled for closure and employ about 200 workers combined.
Connecticut is looking to keep its gamblers in-state, and East Windsor First Selectman Robert Maynard says the proximity to Springfield will be a key selling point for his town’s proposal.
Ten communities that were eligible opted not to go for the money.
“If you have a trial and things go wrong, once you’re convicted, undoing it is very, very difficult,” attorney Laura Edmonds said.
The state’s highest court recently ruled that’s what happened to Ronjon Cameron, of Pittsfield. Cameron had spent the last 12 years in prison after being convicted on charges of rape. At the end of October 2015, the Supreme Judicial Court overturned his conviction and ordered a new trial.
It just so happens that after the U.S. suffers a mass shooting and there’s talk of more gun control, gun sales jump.
Camille Cosby had been directed to answer questions from attorneys representing seven women suing her husband for defamation. The Cosbys live in Shelburne Falls, Mass.