The Patrick-Murray Administration today announced $6,846,496 in Workforce Training Fund grants to 87 MassachusettsRead 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.
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
The historic Palladium concert venue in downtown Worcester found a new owner just in time for the new year.
In 2012, the Bay State voted to legalize medical marijuana, a step that passed by a 63 percent to 37 percent margin, andRead More
Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early, Jr. had a lot to live up to in light of the career of his father, theRead More
Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis has brought more than a fresh face to the office since his election in 2010. TheRead More
The new year is sure to be a big one for gaming in the Commonwealth given trends we saw in 2012.