Owning a home is part of the “American Dream” for many people, but owning a home may soon be considered a luxury item.
Animal welfare activists are pushing for a new law that would give farm animals more space to move around.
Two candidates ended their campaigns on Wednesday, though their names will still appear on the ballot for the Massachusetts primary March 1.
Lt. Governor Karyn Polito was in western Massachusetts Thursday to sign community compact agreements.
Governor Charlie Baker filed a multi-million dollar bill to repair many of the state’s roads and bridges.
The Winchesters take a trip back in time on a new Supernatural, Wednesday at 9/8c!
An amendment tacked on to a Senate anti-poaching bill Thursday would allow hunters to carry an unloaded gun on a recreational vehicle.
Health Connector Executive Director Louis Gutierrez says his first full period of open enrollment is “in the rearview mirror now.”
Congress voted 75-20 in favor of permanently banning taxes on internet access, and now only needs President Obama’s signature to become law.
Irish nanny faces a lawsuit by the child’s parents after dropped murder charge.
Pilgrim nuclear power plant faces possible punishment from falsifying records of hourly fire watches
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow must enlist in the Cold War to stop an even bigger one. Don’t miss a new episode Thursday at 8/7c!
A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty to charges he tortured and abused his stepdaughters over a five-year period.
See the best in the world compete at the Mortal Kombat X championship this Monday at 8/7c on The CW Springfield.
A death match decides new leadership on The 100, Thursday at 9/8c on The CW Springfield.
A new alliance has one heretic hot and bothered on a new episode of TVD Friday at 8/7c!