In Massachusetts, the nine-member congressional delegation is made up entirely of Democrats and only four of them are facing Republican opponents.
You know about Hillary and Donald. But there are important contested races in Western Massachusetts and around New England. Here’s what you need to know.
Today we look at Question 1. It proposes a change to the state’s casino law which would allow the gaming commission to award a second slots parlor license.
Eight days to go before Election Day — but already hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents have cast ballots during the state’s first-ever early voting period.
New Hampshire Governor and U.S. Senate candidate Maggie Hassan and other Democrats are returning political contributions from a Boston-based law firm after the Boston Globe reported the Thornton Law Firm reimbursed lawyers who donated to political candidates.
Motorists at a rest stop on the Mass Pike in Blanford said there were no major problems Monday with the new toll collection system.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Perugia Press marks this milestone as its founder, director and editor, Susan Kan, is stepping aside.
“Until” is a huge, politically provocative installation meant to inspire discussions about violence and race in America. But artist Nick Cave is also using it to convene prominent performers in other fields and inspire them to craft their own responses to the work and the conversations it’s meant to instigate.
It’s a big change that will take some time, and cause some intermediate complications — namely, lots of traffic problems for several weeks.
Many towns and cities are offering extended hours for residents to cast their ballots before Election Day. But in the small Berkshire County community of Mount Washington, Town Clerk Gail Garrett is taking a different approach.
Former Springfield mayor and current Congressman Richie Neal is declining to weigh in on whether the city should restore a civilian police commission that existed during his administration. This follows criticism of the city’s response to recent cases of alleged police misconduct.
A closer look at two conflicts that came up during last week’s debate.
LISTEN: Full debate on Question 2
The only contested Massachusetts House race in Berkshire County this fall is taking place in Pittsfield. Democratic state Rep Tricia Farley-Bouvier is facing a challenge from City Councilor Chris Connell, who’s running as an independent.
The original legislation authorizing funding for the expansion of broadband internet service to rural communities in western Massachusetts was signed eight years ago. And some involved with the movement never thought it would take as long as it has.