Amherst writer Judith Frank’s new book, “All I Love And Know,” concludes our summer fiction series.
In a roundtable discussion, each of the candidates said they’ll vote no on a question to repeal the state’s casino law in November.
Consultants representing casino operator MGM say they plan to coordinate their construction schedule around the renovation of I-91 in downtown Springfield. They presented details to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission Thursday.
Baker says he will vote against repeal but if it does pass and he becomes governor, he would then file a bill with the Legislature “to put the Springfield casino back on the map.”
Foley earned a masters degree in fine arts from UMass Amherst in 2003. The school says in a statement that it offers “heartfelt wishes of support and healing to his family and friends.”
Massachusetts officials announced Wednesday the state has an agreement to purchase the right-of-way for nearly fifty miles of railroad running between Greenfield and Springfield. Amtrak service is scheduled to begin late this year on the line, but a more regular commuter service is far from a done deal.
Massachusetts residents have until Wednesday to register to vote in the state’s September primary election.
The two Republicans disagree on the need for a natural gas pipeline that would cut through their Franklin and Worcester County district.
The rental car charge came nine months after Dobelle stepped down amid allegations of improper use of school funds.
Local officials hope for quick resolution — and ultimately, a dispensary in Western Massachusetts.
Four toddlers over two days were treated for injuries from ingesting laundry detergent packets.
Candidates for Statewide offices in Massachusetts are preparing to spend down campaign kitties on expensive ads, readying for high stakes debates and forums, and trying to connect with voters.
The Massachusetts Green-Rainbow Party plans to file paperwork Monday to qualify three candidates for statewide office. But the Greens are sitting out the race for governor.
The restrictions cover five cities and towns in greater Springfield, and in Northampton.
Chris Bohjalian says he chose to revolve the entire story around a nuclear disaster. The reason, he says, goes back to 2011 when he was caring for his dying father.