'How are the citizens to know?' Critics of EPA's Housatonic plan take fight to federal appeals court
Two environmental groups are appealing the EPA’s cleanup plan, which is backed by General Electric and a committee representing towns along the river.
UMass Amherst food scientists compared ingredients in more than 600 yogurts.
When we think of slavery in the U.S, we don’t often think of the North. But residents of one Connecticut town recently honored the legacy of a woman who — centuries ago — was enslaved in their community. Her story and those of other enslaved people who lived in Connecticut are coming to light through a program called Witness Stones.
The move, announced Wednesday with a series of other forestry strategies, essentially follows through on Healey's campaign promise for a temporary moratorium on such projects during her first year in office.
Incumbent Domenic Sarno still has a large advantage over his four rivals with more than $219,000 in the bank. The mayor had his best month of the year in May taking in more than $19,000 in donations according to state campaign finance data.
As the Department of Interior considers changing the regulations for the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act, some museums hire staff to speed up the repatriation process.
The remains of 63 Native people who were removed from their graves in western and central Massachusetts are still in museums, despite a federal law designed to repatriate them to tribal communities.
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We get a little more info on possibly book censorship in Ludlow, Eat strawberries with the folx of Pie In The Sky Farm in Northampton, and talk community art projects with Britt Ruhe of Common Wealth Murals.
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Since February 2022, Sergei Isupov has been watching the war in Ukraine from afar. His family lives in Kyiv. He lives in western Massachusetts. Art is one thread that connects them.
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