Kinder Morgan will pay the state $640,000 for a portion of Otis State Forest, which it plans to use for its proposed New York to Connecticut pipeline.
Many legislators, elected officials and judges in Massachusetts are now in line for much bigger paychecks. That’s after the legislature last week overrode Governor Charlie Baker’s veto of a pay raise bill.
Since Trump’s executive order — and legal action against it — it’s not known when the refugees will arrive. But the superintendent in Northampton, John Provost, said the school district is “still committed” to helping them resettle.
The leader of the local NAACP said an outside investigator is needed in cases like this. A victim’s lawyer said that police officers know who committed the attack but aren’t talking.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
This weekend’s Super Bowl will be the seventh joint appearance for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.
Later this year, the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will be in new hands. Mary MacInnes is stepping down later this spring. She’s led the agency since 2006.
A UMass Amherst graduate student from Iran has been trying to return to his research in the U.S. He only recently learned that his visa had been revoked.
Mayor Joseph Petty actually supported the protesters’ message, during a gathering outside City Hall before Tuesday’s meeting.
Bush said some of President Trump’s executive orders have been “not so good” — without specifying which ones.
Thee was a short break in the tension on Capitol Hill on Tuesday as senators considering a cabinet nomination from President Donald Trump chatted about the Super Bowl.
The Western Mass. office of Ascentria Care Alliance was planning to take in 346 individual refugees during the current fiscal year, which ends in October.
All her life, commentator Naomi Shulman had been warned by foreign-born relatives not to think America was immune from becoming an authoritarian state.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said the state plans to file legal briefs against President Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees and immigration.
A UMass Amherst student remains unable to enter the United States. Mohsen Hosseini had returned to Iran over the winter break to get married.