In early May, a jury found that Greenfield, Massachusetts, Police Chief Robert Haigh and the department racially discriminated against a former officer, Patrick Buchanan, when it denied him a promotion.
Secretary Jennifer Granholm said “nuclear must be a part of the zero-carbon future.”
The Springfield Puerto Rican Parade will march down Main Street in September after two years of virtual parades.
Each year about a quarter of a million fish use the fish lift at the Hadley Falls Station in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Connecticut Rep. Jim Himes asked Pentagon officials to help reduce "speculation and conspiracy theories" around UFOs.
The Center For Health Information and Analysis said aggregate operating revenue for hospitals increased by $2.8 billion, or 9% in 2021.
Photojournalist Alfonso Neal documents contemporary social justice movements in Struggle and Hope
Composer Christian Quiñones, who participated in El Puerto Rico IV, said his music channeled a dichotomy between beauty and the fear of letting go.
A composer, performer and installation artist from the Navajo Nation, Chacon's winning piece, Voiceless Mass, was composed for chamber orchestra and a specific Milwaukee pipe organ.
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The special commission charged with reviewing and possibly revamping Massachusetts's official state seal and motto voted unanimously to recommend that both be replaced.
Author Erik Reardon dives into the history of commitments local citizens made to gaining a greater understanding of migratory fish, and accommodations they cooperatively made to keep these fish populations healthy.
Language helping to set up expanded passenger rail service from western Massachusetts to Boston was left out of a nearly $10 billion transportation bond bill.
The Connecticut General Assembly’s committee on Public Health and Children held a forum in Hartford to address the baby formula shortage.
School district takeovers by the state of Massachusetts, known as receivership, haven't worked, according to an analysis of data by The Boston Globe.
Voters in Lee Massachusetts approved a nonbinding question to rescind a Housatonic River cleanup agreement which includes a PCB dump in town.
Who will win the coveted Collamore Cup?
Stories about LGBTQ+ identity and experience in western New England.
NEPM celebrates the AAPI community.
New music inspired by Puerto Rico and performed by the Victory Players.
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National & World News
A grid reliability report says power outages are likely in parts of the Midwest, California and Texas. The Western drought and a mismatch between supply and peak summer demand are some reasons why.