This Wednesday is the deadline to register to vote in the November election in Massachusetts.
Lauren Stevens is the author of the recently released hiking guide, “50 Hikes in the Berkshire Hills.”
This ballot question on charter schools has attracted by far the most cash out of the four that’ll appear on ballots statewide.
The Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife is stocking rivers and ponds with rainbow trout this fall. But because of the drought, a few places won’t get fish. And some anglers are fishing less to give the wild fish a break.
STCC plans to use a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women to create a new prevention coordinator position and add an on-campus counselor for victims.
We check in with State House reporter Shira Schoenberg of the Springfield Republican newspaper
Using a technology known as DNA phenotyping, the image is based on DNA evidence found at the scene of Lisa Ziegert’s murder 24 years ago.
Two cases of possible ethical issues in Massachusetts’ Department of Energy and Environmental Affairs have cropped up in the past few months.
The coming shakeup in the leadership of Massachusetts’ Democratic Party, plus new regulations on medical marijuana.
Governor Baker meets with leaders of the state legislature. A likely topic: state revenues falling short of projections.
Most state legislators do not face primary challenges in the elections this week.
The race for Hampden County sheriff is one of the most heated primary elections in Western Massachusetts. Voters make their picks this Thursday.
College students are returning to campuses across the country this week. In New England, a demographic shift has some public colleges and universities trying to fill seats by luring students from neighboring states.
When it comes to legislative issues, the six candidates to replace state Rep. Ellen Story have very similar stances. But if voters pay them due diligence, the candidates’ varied experiences, races and ages tell six very different stories.
The Worcester Democrat said he’ll ask the Obama administration to dedicate funds to Massachusetts farmers in an end-of-the-year spending bill.
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