Hockey has nearly a century of history in Springfield, Massachusetts. The American Hockey League’s Front Office is on Main Street in Springfield. If rumors are true, the Springfield Falcons could be moving West.
Vermont Yankee’s 10-mile emergency planning zone is about to expire as the nuclear power plant continues its decommissioning process. The new protocol will directly impact 18 communities and its more than 35,000 residents in three states, from jobs to activating and funding local emergency operations.
About a quarter of the students and nearly a third of the staff at Williamstown Elementary School have been sickened by the flu.
The City of Springfield is considering a possible take over of a venerable community center in danger of closing, according to Mayor Domenic Sarno.
Verizon workers in Springfield and Pittsfield were among more than 30,000 on picket lines Wednesday.
Kinder Morgan’s injunction request on a natural gas pipeline passing through the southern Berkshire County town of Sandisfield goes before a judge on Friday. The path would take the pipeline through state-owned conservation land.
People diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder or-G-A-D are frequently treated with a common type of short-term therapy called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. But it might work better if another kind of therapy is thrown into the mix
UMass President Marty Meehan and Board Chair Victor Wooldridge announced Tuesday night they will advocate for the university system to divest from fossil fuel companies. That wasn’t enough of a commitment for student protesters.
The Springfield Rescue Mission moved into a former car dealership last year as part of a deal with MGM, which took over the group’s previous location for its casino project.
A 600-acre closed school in the Massachusetts hilltowns of Plainfield and Cummington could become a for-profit drug and alcohol addiction center by the end of the summer. That is, if if it gets zoning approval.
The students are demanding the university divest its endowment from the top 200 publicly traded fossil fuel companies.
Among the problems: nurses at times failed to change gloves between touching a patient and the dialysis machine.
Kinder Morgan is seeking to sidestep a Massachusetts law requiring legislative approval before state conservation land can be used by private entities.
The House unveils its budget, Baker signs the solar bill, plus: the ten-year anniversary of RomneyCare.
Changes in communication technologies could mean the end of libraries as we know them. Or does it?