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
Supporters of Charles Wilhite, a Springfield man convicted of first-degree murder, are holding a sunrise vigil Wednesday morning to mark the thirty-day deadline for the Hampden County District Atto
The funeral of Springfield police officer Kevin Ambrose, killed in the line of duty on Monday, was held Friday. Thousands gathered to pay their respects.
The NAACP passed a resolution at a meeting of its board of directors over the weekend declaring its support for gay marriage.
Members of a volunteer tornado recovery group fanned out across Springfield last month to assess unmet needs of residents in the city’s most damaged areas.
The Gerena school in Springfield’s North End serves pre-kindergartners through fifth graders in one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods.
Develop Springfield, the private entity charged with overseeing the city’s revitalization efforts following last year’s tornadoes, has announced its leadership team to help lead the implementation
A new charter school in Springfield that will provide an early focus on college prep and admissions is now accepting applications for its lottery, and hosting information sessions for parents.
After months of lobbying, speculation and debate, the Massachusetts Senate voted last week to approve a bill that authorizes a casino in Western Massachusetts and two others in different parts of the state. Now a joint legislative committee will have to draft a final bill to send to the governor, but towns are already competing and evaluating the possibilities for a resort-style casino.