The gambling board dismissed a request by the City of Boston to delay the process of awarding a casino license until after the November election.
The four candidates vying for the open District Attorney’s seat in Hampden County all agree the criminal justice system needs fixing.
The state commission ruled against an objection to Eric Lesser’s candidacy over questions of his residency.
Catholics in western Massachusetts are getting a new leader. Pope Francis picked Mitchell Rozanski of Baltimore to replace retiring bishop Timothy McDonnell.
Some residents are hopeful about economic recovery; others warn against potential problems.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s vote was widely expected.
The new commissioner called for public cooperation with police at his swearing in at Springfield’s Old First Church.
Massachusetts transportation officials say a new construction plan for replacing the Interstate-91 viaduct in Springfield will cause fewer traffic headaches than a previous version.
Most of those speaking oppose the Springfield casino plan from MGM resorts, which is the only remaining bid for the license.
In his first public comments since new broke this week that Springfield was served with a subpoena, Mayor Domenic Sarno says the city is fully cooperating with the investigation.
After receiving a federal subpoena, Springfield’s attorney says the city is reviewing its contracts with an Agawam-based construction company.
The subpoena is regarding contracts with the Agawam-based construction company Zielinski Brothers.
Governor makes announcement at downtown campus location.
Western Massachusetts cities and towns are totaling up the cost of snow and ice removal from roadways after a busy winter.
A Senate bill would classify leaks, requiring immediate repairs to severe leaks, and time limits for gas companies to address less threatening ones.