January brought good news for college-bound students and their families in the form of fiscal cliff avoidance. TheRead More
Your chances of being a victim of violent crime in Worcester are one in 100. With above average crime rates, public perception in Worcester ranks the issue as a large, looming concern — but it is one that's being addressed through prevention and revitalization efforts and community policing.
Officials say the state's foundation budget formula is still underfunding public schools by more than $1 billion annually,Read More
As a family it’s that time again, time to sit down and make out your list of New Year’s Resolutions. Those serious aboutRead More
Are charter schools public? Are they private? Are they somewhere in between?
Basic firearms instructors in Massachusetts are overwhelmingly in favor of placing armed guards or teachers in schools andRead More
Worcester City Councilors voted to send two ordinances dealing with aggressive panhandling and pedestrians in public rightRead More
The Patrick-Murray Administration today announced $6,846,496 in Workforce Training Fund grants to 87 MassachusettsRead More
Governor Deval Patrick was joined by the Lieutenant Governor and housing, public safety and community advocates onRead More
During their sophomore year, biology students at William M. Davies Career & Technical Center fan out in teams to swabRead More
It was an exciting first year for GoLocalTV in Central Mass. So, here are the top-12 video stories from 2012, in case youRead More