In less than two months, Springfield’s historic Union Station will reopen, and is poised to be a regional transportation hub.
22News spoke with a consultant who facilitates these forums about how the groups are structured.
The House this week wrapped up their debate on next year’s budget, reviewing more than one thousand amendments.
The town’s board of selectmen had approved an agreement for a joint tribal casino, but some residents want a referendum vote.
You may think it’s a bad idea to plant trees next to power lines, but the folks at Eversource and UMass Amherst have a very good reason.
The season allows you to get rid of brush and other debris in your yard that may have been left over from the winter.
The caterpillars were responsible for eating the leaves off some 350,000 acres of trees in Massachusetts last year.
Holyoke High School received a $4,000 gift to buy dummies used in tackling practice sessions.
The bill would require districts where most students receive free or reduced-price meals to serve breakfast after the opening bell.
Polito was in Bernardston, Whately, Amherst, and Pelham Thursday to sign community compacts.
The Springfield pastor is a prominent local civil rights leader, and an advocate on wage equality and environmental issues.
Dr. John Cook met with student government leaders on the day he became the 6th President of STCC.
The capsule includes items from the 20 different stores at the Longmeadow Shops, which has recently expanded.
Apremont Triangle in downtown Springfield is being rededicated to mark the centennial of American involvement in World War I.
Horticulture students at Westfield Technical Academy planted a tree in Holcomb Park Thursday afternoon.
Brigham and Women’s hospital is looking at possible layoffs due to rising expenses.