Years of research confirms what educators, including myself, have been saying for a long time: during the summer vacation,Read More
Worcester lags compared to other large metropolitan areas in the nation when it comes to jobs and economic growth. The city improved in longer-term salaries and wages, but it slipped in one-year job growth according to a newly released survey ranking the “best-performing” cities in the nation.
With 30.5 percent of residents identifying as ideologically liberal, Massachusetts is the second-most liberal state in theRead More
Last year on March 1, the town of Woonsocket RI, laid off all its public school teachers, spreading considerable miseryRead More
The grand opening of the new Albert "Albie" Sherman Center at UMass Medical School in Worcester on Wednesday afternoon wasRead More
District 1 City Councilor Tony Economou wants to make it easier for residents to get around Worcester without having toRead More
A team of Worcester Polytechnic Institute undergrads received the prestigious WPI President's Interactive QualifyingRead More
Massachusetts Education Secretary Matthew Malone announced $3.4 million in grants, including $45,000 for Worcester PublicRead More
The City Council ordained two new local ordinances that will prohibit aggressive panhandling and keep pedestrians out ofRead More
Worcester County manufacturers produced more than 3 million pounds of toxic waste chemicals in 2011, according to theRead More
Nearly 100,000 pounds of toxic chemicals were released into the air by Worcester County companies in 2011, according toRead More
With one to two inches of snow in the forecast for Monday into Tuesday morning, the City of Worcester announced that aRead More
Governor Deval Patrick filed legislation on Monday that will reform the state's juvenile justice system by expanding theRead More
Much milder air is headed toward the Worcester area but it looks like we’re going to have to pay.