The Worcester Fire department is preparing for a big round of retirements coming this summer. Hear the concerns the fireRead More
On Wednesday, Lt. Governor Tim Murray announced he was stepping down from his post -- and taking a $200K a year job heading the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Today, GoLocal takes a look at the reaction in the community, where there was a high level of support -- and opposition as well.
Clark University has been awarded a $329,992 grant from the National Science Foundation to help aid the city inRead More
A year before Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios received a $75 million loan guarantee from the state, a group of five investorsRead More
Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1445, which represents more than 15,000 workers in New England,Read More
The US Senate confirmed federal magistrate Timothy S. Hillman to the federal bench by a vote of 88 to 1.
Disaster relief aid sent to communities hit by tornadoes last June boosted cleanup efforts, but help was harder to findRead More
Phil Madaio isn’t sure how many people will show up for the rededication of the Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial.Read More
A city defines itself by how it works to make education a priority in the community.
Worcester Public Schools endanger students by cutting full-time nurses, an issue highlighted by the number of children atRead More
Central and Western Mass communities will get another $4 million in state aid as they continue to recover from last year’sRead More
Worcester Mayor Joe Petty announced the city’s plans for upcoming school construction including a proposal for a newRead More
The owner of one longtime Worcester restaurant wants the city to make a major change to how it awards liquor licenses.