Last week, Pilgrim’s owner, Entergy Corp., announced that the plant will close by June 2019.
A majority of councilors say MGM has lost credibility after shrinking its casino plan by 14 percent. But two councilors warn against rushing to judgement.
Updated at 10:58 a.m. on Thursday, October 22, 2015. Police at UMass Amherst will soon be carrying Narcan, a drug that reverses an opioid induced […]
Officials are trying to figure out why the Berkshires aren’t an attractive place for people under 40.
Springfield City Council President Michael Fenton says the council should take its time reviewing such extensive changes.
We’re talking to candidates in several mayoral races around western Massachusetts. Today, Fran O’Connell of Holyoke.
Incumbent Richard Alcombright and his challenger, former mayor John Barrett, agreed on little during the 90-minute forum.
In a 26-minute WWLP debate taped Monday, heroin was mentioned just once.
Michael Botticelli says Baker’s proposal to allow hospitals to hold substance-using patients against their will could bring up civil rights questions.
Mayor Domenic Sarno is clearly annoyed the casino company failed to mention these changes in a previous meeting.
Our series of interviews with mayoral candidates from some western Massachusetts cities continues with Holyoke’s two-term incumbent.
Mayor Dan Bianchi and City Clerk Linda Tyer really went after each other.
In another televised debate leading up to election day, candidates Will Reichelt and Mike Finn, both running for Mayor of West Springfield, agree on many issues.
Is there another budget problem festering on Beacon Hill? Three-plus months into the new fiscal year, the Baker administration has ratcheted down its estimate of revenues available to support the $38.1 billion budget.
Starting next July, Pittsfield will join Great Barrington, Williamstown, Amherst and South Hadley in outlawing containers made of polystyrene, commonly known as Styrofoam.