SPRINGFIELD - City Councilor Timothy J. Rooke, who has criticized the city's planned long-term lease of the old federal building on Main Street, calling it a waste of taxpayer dollars, has asked the state Inspector General's office to review his ...
As the state's fiscal crisis deepened, Gov. Deval L. Patrick reneged on a promise to provide federal stimulus dollars for the state's so-called safety net hospitals, including Mercy Medical Center in Springfield and Holyoke Medical Center.
The Downtown Revitalization Committee will present its final draft of a plan that focuses on the downtown, greenway bike trail, Westfield River Front and Depot Square to the public tonight at the Westfield Athenaeum
Indian Orchard residents got good news Thursday with the announcement that the city is getting ready to demolish the last of the buildings at the former Chapman Valve plant on Pinevale Street. The city will receive state and federal...
Over a breakfast of locally produced eggs and fruit, personally prepared omelets, and breads and pastries of all kinds, members of the University of Massachusetts community joined with officials and residents of neighboring towns to celebrate the new academic year and growing town-gown relationships.
SPRINGFIELD - The relocation of the William C. Sullivan Visitor Information Center to the nearby Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, initially planned last November, is now anticipated in late-September following the hall's enshrinement ceremony.
Developers Jerome J. Gagliarducci and Zane Mirkin showed off a transformed former Hooters building at 60 Congress St. Wednesday, days before the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission will move into the building as the first tenant.