All six vying for the 3rd Hampshire District seat in Western Massachusetts are progressive Democrats. Where they differ is in background and experience.
Our panel reviews the big stories of the week.
There’s a wide variety of hearings and topics ahead at the Statehouse this week. One likely contentious formal session will be held on Thursday, as the […]
In a highly contested vote Tuesday, Amherst residents will decide whether to form a commission to study its town charter.
This winter was one of the warmest ever for many communities around the Northeast.
An energetic crowd, plus an unexpected interruption, marked Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ visit to Amherst, Massachusetts on Saturday.
The small liberal arts school in Amherst, Mass., says it will not invest in private prison or security companies.
New England Public Radio’s Carrie Healy met with the husband-and-wife team of Annie Patterson and Peter Blood, at their home, on a quiet dead-end street in Amherst.
Amtrak’s Vermonter is serving Amherst for the last time this weekend. Train service shifts to Northampton and Greenfield starting Monday
Boston’s former police commissioner says Amherst and UMass police used inappropriate force in last year’s annual party, which got out of hand and resulted in 55 arrests.
Georgia developer cited strong community opposition as one reason for pulling out of the 6.5 million dollar deal.
A joint committee of the University of Massachusetts and the town of Amherst got its first look at recommendations Tuesday from a consultant about how the two bodies can work better together.
About 100 students gathered to voice their opposition to what they say were “oppressive tactics” used by police at the weekend’s “Blarney Blowout.”
Officials in Amherst, Massachusetts are totaling up the costs of Saturday’s “Blarney Blowout.” The series of pre-St. Patrick’s Day parties saw more than 70 arrests and police in riot gear breaking up large gatherings.
Not all those arrested this weekend were students, but those who were will face consequences, Subbaswamy said. He promised “swift action” to address violations of the school’s Code of Student Conduct.