There’s no end in sight for a moratorium on new natural gas service in parts of Franklin and Hampshire counties now that Kinder Morgan has dropped its plan to build a pipeline through the region.
A talk with Green Party candidate Bill Kreml as we speak with presidential candidates ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
We invited each candidate still on the presidential primary ballot to come on our air for an interview about issues important to western Massachusetts. We’ll hear from the candidates who responded to that invitation.
The Federal Government needs to be a better partner to the American people, Senator Elizabeth Warren told hundreds on Monday in western Massachusetts.
In a call with reporters, the President of ISO New England, said the region continues to see price spikes when demand is high on cold winter days.
Opponents of a proposed pipeline through western Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire are pointing out that only about half the 3,000 promised construction jobs would go to local workers.
IN-DEPTH: The Pipeline Road Trip
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is getting her two cents in as the pipeline company Kinder Morgan readies to file its federal application.
An anti-pipeline group is taking its case to Massachusetts’ highest court. The group was denied a role as an “intervenor” in rulings for contracts between Kinder Morgan and several gas utilities.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) expects extends a public comment deadline to accommodate a final hearing in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.
Governor Charlie Baker travels to Newfoundland this week to meet with New England governors and Canadian premiers where energy options will be on the agenda.
On the first day of Henry Epp’s road trip along the proposed route of the Kinder Morgan pipeline, we listen to worries about pollution and explosion, hear concerns about the tone of the debate — and get the skinny on turkey reproduction.
A proposed natural gas pipeline through Massachusetts may take an alternative route through New Hampshire to follow an existing power line.
The debate over a proposed natual gas pipeline across northern Massachusetts reached Beacon Hill Wednesday, as several hundred people converged on the Boston Common to object to the plan.
Opponents of a proposed natural gas pipeline are following the would-be route of the line in a protest that’s scheduled to last several weeks.
A proposed pipeline would bring natural gas from New York and Pennsylvania through the Berkshires to Dracut, Massachusetts. Many residents are unhappy, but others are excited by the prospect of new jobs.