In a first for Massachusetts, the offshore wind farm is now generating 68 megawatts, enough to power 30,000 homes. On Thursday the Sierra Club hosted a celebration in Hyannis and encouraged supporters to keep advocating for offshore wind.
The Massachusetts state senate will vote on passing a bill that will update the state's guidelines for sexual education for the first time since 1999. Under the bill, sexual health programs would have to include quote medically accurate and age appropriate information.
Westfield Mayor Michael McCabe said the parcel of land located in the North Side of the city will be great for its residents.
Jennifer Willard, the superintendent of the Southwick-Tolland-Granville regional school district, said they've concluded an investigation into what she called a “highly inappropriate and racist" conversation involving Southwick Regional School students on Snapchat.
An estimated 42% of adults in the U.S. — roughly 125 million people — know at least one person who has died of a drug overdose, according to a RAND Corporation study published Wednesday that demonstrates the sweeping effects of America’s drug overdose crisis.
The Governor's Council could vote on the confirmation of Appeals Court Judge Gabrielle Wolohojian, to sit on the state's highest court as soon as next week.
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