Social workers and investigators with the Massachusetts child welfare agency are planning a vigil in memory of a slain colleague from Vermont.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says hikers and a conservation officer teamed up to help a hiker suffering from a head wound near Mt. Moriah.
With just over a month before the deadline for Congress to act on an international nuclear deal with Iran, more than half of Massachusetts’ all-Democratic delegation is still on the fence, according to a poll of the state’s 11 members of Congress by The Associated Press.
August 8, 2015 Learning Spanish is becoming a bigger and more popular trend here in the United States! More and more parents are enrolling their children in Spanish immersion schools, especially at the early stages […]
Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday signed a law that will suspend the 6.25 percent sales tax for the weekend of Aug. 15-16.
The strong storms brought damaging winds, torrential rain and vivid lightning to the region.
August 1, 2015 FriendshipWorks is a non-profit organization with a network of trained volunteers that provide support and assistance to elders. They accompany them to medical appointments; provide companionship and other support along the way. […]
The number of single-family homes sold in Massachusetts last month shot up by more than 11 percent compared to June 2014, making it the best June in a decade, according to an organization that tracks the market.
Auburn police are warning residents to steer clear of possible scamming contractors going door-to-door, looking to cut a quick deal.
July 25, 2015 We continue to offer you our special coverage of some of Boston’s biggest summer festivals! On this edition, we tell you about the Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts 2015. It’s considered the […]