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Push For Natural Gas Expansion Heats Up In Central MA

As more residents throughout Central Massachusetts and the rest of New England are calling for more natural gas in the wake of rising energy costs

Worcester Research Bureau Looks At City’s Changing Demographics

Worcester is a city that is constantly changing, especially from a demographic and cultural perspective.

WPI Honors Mark O’Neil as 2014 Innovator of the Year

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has announced it will present Mark O'Neil '80 with the university's fourth annual WPI Innovator of the Year Award

slides: Top Trends and Surprises in the MA General Election

Election Day in Massachusetts brought a wealth of excitement, triumph and disappointment for those throughout the state that voted and were paying

Female Candidates in MA Smash the Glass Ceiling

Healey became the first openly gay AG in the nation

While many throughout the nation are talking about the Senate and the House shifting to Republican control, a new trend emerged in Massachusetts on

Center’s Small Comedy Show Set Big Stage for Worcester’s Comedians

Nearly six years ago, the Center Bar and Grill made a decision to bring stand-up comedy to Monday nights in Worcester. Appropriately called “The...

Pot Legalization Still Supported Across United States

Results based on a recent Gallup poll conducted in mid October show that 51% of Americans are still in favor of legalizing marijuana which...

BREAKING: Coakley Concedes to Baker in Governor’s Race

In one of the closest gubernatorial races in Massachusetts history, Democrat candidate Martha Coakley has conceded this morning to Republican Charlie Baker.

Surprise Winners and Losers for 2014 Election

Now that the dust has settled post-Election DAy, GoLocal deicded to take a look at some of the winners and losers throughout Massachusetts.

Baker Rides Momentum to Victory in MA Governor’s Race

In a battle to the very end, Republican Charlie Baker has become the 72nd Governor of Massachusetts, edging out Martha Coakley by a little more...

Goldberg Defeats Heffernan for MA Treasurer

With 90-percent of precincts reporting, Democratic candidate for Treasurer Deborah Goldberg has won the race with 56-percent of the vote, edging out

Casino Repeal Shot Down By Massachusetts Voters

Voters throughout Massachusetts decided not to repeal the state’s three-year old expanded gambling law, hoping that casinos could change the economy

BREAKING: Stephanie Fattman Wins Register of Probate in Giant Upset

BREAKING NEWS: Republican Stephanie Fattman has won the Register of Probate seat for Worcester County in a huge upset over incumbent Stephen Abraham.

First-Time Candidate Healey Wins AG Seat

With 84-percent of precincts reporting in, Maura Healey has won the race for the next Attorney General of Massachusetts, collecting 62-percent of the

BREAKING: Fattman Wins in Huge Upset in State Senate Race

Ryan Fattman (R) has taken the South Central Massachusetts Senate Seat from long-time incumbent Richard Moore by a large margin.

Galvin Wins Sixth Term As Secretary of State

Secretary of State William Galvin has easily won reelection against his Republican opposition David D'Arcangelo.

BREAKING: Chandler Holds On to State Senate Seat

Harriette Chandler has won another term as Worcester's 1st District State Senator. The incumbent Chandler defeated Republican opponent Paul Franco. Final results have not...

David Muradian Wins Worcester’s 9th District Rep Seat

Republican David Muradian has won the State Representative position for the 9th Worcester District. He has defeated Democrat candidate Marty Green.

Right Now: Chandler and Franco Campaigns Both Optimistic

It's the calm before the storm, and the First Worcester District Senate Seat is up for grabs. Long time incumbent and Democrat Candidate ...

Update: Voting Totals Coming in From Poll Locations in Worcester

As Election day reaches it's half-way point, voting numbers are slowly trickling in to GoLocal Worcester.

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