Tuesday Nov 26
UMass to open satellite center in Springfield
The University of Massachusetts plans to establish a permanent presence in Springfield by opening the school's first satellite center in the state's third-largest city next fall.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
John F. Kennedy remembered 50 years after assassination by residents, ...
The memory of President John F. Kennedy lived on Friday during a ceremony at the Eternal Flame at Forest Park , with residents and dignitaries recalling him on the 50th anniversary of his assassination as a great leader, as an inspiration to millions and as "that good-looking fellow too."
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Growing Support for Renewable Packaging and Green Chemistry | Commentary
During a time when partisan politics rule the day, it is sometimes hard for pragmatic bipartisan efforts to cut through the clutter and get the attention they deserve.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Springfield celebrates 150th Gettysburg Address anniversary
SPRINGFIELD - A shortage of heating fuel had caused a "coal panic," an 18-year-old city resident named McArthur became the youngest winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor and the president had traveled to Gettysburg to give a "little speech a perfect gem" 150 years ago.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
South Worthington doctor follows Civil War paper trail to document thieves
Dr. George Bresnick discovered stolen documents in a trunk in the attic of the old Methodist Episcopal parsonage in South Worthington in 2005.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Advocates: Add vet services to Cabinet
Veteran's Day ceremonies at the State House. Attorney General Martha Coakley with General Richard Neal, USMC who was the keynote speaker.
Berkshire Children and Families Celebrates 126...
Berkshire Children and Families celebrated its 126th anniversary on Thursday with an eye toward becoming even more supportive of local families.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
Robert Powell's Retirement Portfolio: For retirement, are R-Bonds right for you?
Many experts bemoan the fact that half of working Americans-call it 75 million-don't have an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
US Rep. Richard Neal talks government with Taconic High School class
U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal reverted to teacher mode Thursday afternoon when he paid a visit to the nearly 30 juniors and seniors in John Flynn's American law class at Taconic High School.
Folks Gearing Up For House District 2 Special Election
Within a few minutes of Representative Jay Neal being appointed to a position within the Georgia Department of Corrections, the speculation started on who would jump in to replace him.