MGM Springfield attracted younger customers during the pandemic and is seeing older customers return.
Arts & Culture
Sara Shostak is a medical sociologist who looks at the social production of health and illness. She explains the other work that happens at urban farms across Massachusetts that isn't measured like pints of tomatoes.
Governor Charlie Baker said he wants to provide closure for families of those veterans. At least 76 veterans died amid the outbreak there in 2020.
One of the shelters will reopen in the fall. The other was funded with COVID-19 money that's run out.
A photo can tell quite a story, and for the photographer, it's a way to talk about something without words. As a form of community development, a college student recently set out to get a photo project going in western Massachusetts, in a city she was surprised she didn't know much about.
Want to explore the outdoors? Science author Leslie Bulion shares family-friendly nature tips
California musician Skylar Tang, 16, is the winner of a Jazz at Lincoln Center contest. She'll accept the award in New York this weekend.
Talib Kweli discusses the return of Black Star after 24 years, including a return to some of the duo's foundational themes — black excellence, unity, Pan-Africanism and the raising of consciousness.
More Regional News
Residents in Lee, Massachusetts, will vote on a nonbinding question regarding a proposed PCB toxic waste disposal site in their town.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker weighed in on a range of issues in an interview Thursday with WBUR's Radio Boston, including what's next for him politically after he leaves office.
Sarah Kim, the interim Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission chair, replaces former chair Steven Hoffman who resigned in April.
A $56 million settlement has been reached in a Massachusetts civil lawsuit over the deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home in 2020.
The $100 million in state funding to strengthen mental health services across Connecticut was approved during the recent legislative session.
One clinic, Transhealth, marks its first anniversary with more than 1,000 patients.
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National & World News
A new book argues that greater public support for parents is critical for the brain development of America's kids.