The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says about 1 in 3 women and 1 in 50 men report that they have experienced military sexual trauma.
For some workers, the four-day workweek has been a dream and helped restore their work/life balance. Others say it doesn't create as much flexibility as it might seem.
The Department of Conservation and Recreation has partnered with 25 communities across the state to offer free activities for kids and teens in urban areas throughout the summer.
Guns are being transformed into garden tools by a group aligned with the Episcopal Church of Connecticut. Sword to Plowshares Northeast, which recently held an event in Springfield and several in Connecticut, sees blacksmithing as a response to America’s epidemic of gun violence.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law a bill that allows voters to send in mail-in ballots for elections.
The award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will fund the New England Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases.
House Jan. 6 Committee Hearings
Avery Maltz, a student at Holyoke Community College, receives Point Foundation scholarship
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David Gillham's new novel, "Shadows of Berlin," tells the story of a Holocaust survivor who is working through the trauma she endured in Germany while she builds a new life in New York.
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Here's what Massachusetts' new "clean energy and climate" plan says the state needs to do for 2025 and 2030.
A new, summer weekend train service from New York City to Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is about to take its inaugural run.
A Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Republican running for Congress, has been indicted on stolen gun charges, and misleading investigators.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's administration said racial equity remains a priority when it comes to vaccinations, but critics say more accountability is needed.
The court decided that the federal Environmental Protection Agency lacks the authority to strictly regulate carbon emissions from power plants.
People experiencing a mental health crisis will soon have a faster way to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
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New music inspired by Puerto Rico and performed by the Victory Players.
44 Hampden St. Renovation
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The roadside attraction was built in 1980 from local granite, commissioned by an unknown person or group under the pseudonym R.C. Christian.