While Worcester remains one of the safest cities in New England, it has still been home to an average of 23 shootings perRead More
A gas tax repeal initiative appears to be heading to Bay State ballots next year, raising the question: does Massachusetts really need the money in the first place?
The Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United (MNA/NNU) has filed a charge of unfair labor practice and isRead More
The staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School had taken every reasonable precaution to protect the safety of their kids.
A new report from the Worcester Regional Research Bureau makes the case for an academically selective public high schoolRead More
The Commonwealth provides $200 million per year statewide for local road repairs, but a survey by the MassachusettsRead More
The United Way of Central Massachusetts is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) aligned with its strategic vision toRead More
See which towns in the region had the highest jobless rates this fall.
Senators John Kerry and Scott Brown joined Congressmen Edward Markey, William Keating, Jim McGovern, and John Tierney inRead More
The City Council voted 10-1 to have the Worcester Redevelopment Authority explore the feasibility of taking theRead More
A GoLocalWorcester investigation revealed that gun permits have increased by over 300 percent in some Central Mass townsRead More
Clark Univeristy Police and the Worcester Police Department are investigating a call to Catholic Charities from an unknownRead More
See which towns saw the largest numbers of gun permits issued in Central Mass in 2012.
A team of students from Oakmont Regional High School will compete in the sixth annual Lexus Eco Challenge, a nationalRead More