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This week the Patrick Administration announced its latest round of funding for community colleges in Massachusetts, including over $25 million to campuses in the western part of the state.
Saying they hope to alleviate concerns addressed by the panel overseeing gambling in Massachusetts, Springfield officials have revised their timetable for selecting one or more preferred developers
A self-described “coalition” of community leaders in Springfield is asking the US Department of Justice for the results of an investigation into alleged violations of voting rights that the departm
The consulting legal firm hired by the city of Springfield to assist with the siting of a potential casino, is being questioned about its ties to casino operators MGM Resorts and Penn National Gami
Massachusetts has received a $5.3 million federal grant aimed at preventing and combating homelessness.
It’s been more than two years since the Massachusetts Department of Transportation secured $73 million in federal stimulus funds to speed up North-South Amtrak service in Western Massachusetts.
Blame it on the heat, the economy, or the summer break from school, but violent crimes in Springfield have gone up significantly in the past week.
The commission that oversees gambling in Massachusetts held its first public forum in the western part of the state Wednesday.
The owner of an historic theater in downtown Springfield has proposed a $36 million plan to renovate the theater block, which officials say will be a critical part of ongoing redevelopments of the
A date for a re-trail was set today (Wednesday) for a Springfield man convicted of murder.
The national unemployment rate remained above 8% for the second straight month in June.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno has announced the city has enlisted Chicago-based law firm Shefsky & Froelich as its legal consultant for a potential casino project in the city.
Anti-foreclosure advocates in Springfield praised a ruling by the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts which upheld an ordinance passed by the city council last year.
The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority’s Advisory Board is scheduled to meet tomorrow (Wednesday) to vote on, among other items, proposed fare increases on bus routes and van service. The board