State regulators will be in Pittsfield Tuesday to hear from the public on a request from Kinder Morgan. The company wants permission to enter private property to conduct land surveys along the route of a proposed natural gas pipeline.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
PFOA is a substance that was used in the making of teflon and was phased out by manufacturers last year
Manisha Sinha says she was surprised to discover the precursor to Garrison’s “Covenant with Death” was a sermon delivered by a Hartford, Connecticut, minister.
Massachusetts law says if you’re a government employee, you can’t solicit political campaign contributions.
In a statement, UMass Amherst Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy says the flyers list the web address of a recognized hate group.
Jim Trelease says it was a confluence of circumstances that made the recording of Chamberlain’s record-setting game on March 2nd, 1962, possible.
The violence that has claimed and ruined lives in Brussels and Istanbul in recent days comes during the Christian “Holy Week.” Our commentator is thinking about the power of love and faith for people of all religions.
Kinder Morgan wants part of a pipeline running from New York to Connecticut to pass through Massachusetts-owned conservation land. State law says that requires legislative approval, which has been slow in coming
An Amherst College English professor wants to bring “Virtual Reality” technology to community groups, schools, and political activists, starting with a basic cardboard and plastic kit.
A quasi-state agency is making a push to replace residents’ oldest wood stoves with newer models.
Last weekend, Pittsfield police officer Darren Derby stopped to play basketball with some kids. He decided to get on his motorcycle to try a moving shot.
Among those who spoke at Thomas Clardy’s service was Trooper Jamie Magarian, a friend and fellow trooper. Magarian used his farewell message to lament the lack of appreciation for police officers in the United States.
State Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester on Tuesday named Jessica Huizenga to oversee the district. Huizenga is currently an assistant superintendent in Cambridge and has experience turning around troubled schools. But she’s a newcomer to Southbridge.
State education officials want to shut down Eagleton amid criminal charges that staff physically abused students while school officials want to find a new group to operate it.