The Worcester Unemployment Action Group and the Massachusetts AFL-CIO say the impending fiscal cliff could jeopardize yourRead More
The rollout of wireless electric meters continues to face opposition in Worcester, and across the United States. Criticism of the smart grid pilot program in Worcester has again postponed public hearings on a final wireless tower as National Grid says it continues to look at alternative siting for the new infrastructure.
The City of Worcester will receive $567,237 for 26 vacant public housing units the Department of Housing and CommunityRead More
The City of Worcester held its tax classification hearing on Tuesday night, and GoLocalWorcester looks at how the ratesRead More
The Worcester City Council opted not to take up a resolution that would keep medical marijuana centers out of theRead More
Massachusetts spends $64 per pupil on standardized testing each year, more than twice the average of $27, according to aRead More
With the holiday season officially upon us, it’s important to make time to celebrate with family and friends, and holidayRead More
The College of the Holy Cross named Worcester attorney and Holy Cross alum Vincent F. O’Rourke, Jr. the College’s newRead More
Governor Deval Patrick announced that the Commonwealth is revising the fiscal year 2013 revenue estimate downward by $540Read More
Jim Polito will be leaving his morning radio show on WTAG in Worcester to take an on-air position with FOX 25 in Boston.
With state revenues in the gutter so far this year, Worcester is bracing for reductions to charter school funding and aRead More
The Leominster Republican City Committee will hold a fundraiser Sunday, December 9, at Sean Patrick’s Restaurant toRead More
The charge of operating under the influence in Massachusetts breaks down into three major parts. The first is operationRead More