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NORTHAMPTON - Dozens of people attended a public hearing at Look Park Tuesday that was scheduled by the state Department of Public Health to gauge community input as it considers a proposed acquisition of Cooley Dickinson Hospital by Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital. Comment?
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has ordered a sweeping review of the city's $1 billion taxi industry following a series of Boston Globe stories that shed light on a system that exploits drivers, enriches owners, and leaves passengers at risk while riding in underinsured cabs. Comment?
Angered by bad baseball and high prices, Red Sox fans are being enticed by lowered April rates on food and beer. Comment?
Boston Mayor Tom Menino. who was hospitalized for eight weeks last fall, is expected to announce Thursday he will not seek re-election, sources tell Boston media. Comment?
Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., waves to supporters from his bus after a campaign rally at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Sunday, Nov. Comment?
AMHERST -Sometimes mystery author Archer Mayor is what he calls a spelunker. He refers not to investigating caves, but homes. Comment?
Political leaders in southeast Massachusetts on Thursday clashed on whether state gaming regulators should allow a commercial casino in the southeast to compete with a planned Indian casino. Comment?
WEST SPRINGFIELD - Mayor Gregory C. Neffinger told the city council Monday that he has thrown out the two responses to the city's request for proposals for a consultant to help it with the $800 million proposal by Hard Rock International to build a casino complex on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition. Comment?
Event: Judy Collins with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra When: Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Symphony Hall, Springfield Cost: $22-$65 For more info: Call 733-2291 or online at www.springfieldsymphony A "Bows and flows of angel hair, and ice cream castles in the air..." - if you grew up in the 1960s those lyrics from Judy Collins' hit version of the ... (more) Comment?
Brendan Hall of ESPN Boston and Jay King of MassLive.com collaborated to break down the Massachusetts high school boys basketball state finals, which will be played Saturday at the DCU Center in Worcester. Comment?
WEST SPRINGFIELD - The Mayor's Casino Advisory Commission announced Wednesday that it and the mayor have decided to hire a Boston law firm as the city's lead consultants regarding Hard Rock International's proposal to build a $500 million to $800 million resort casino complex here. Comment?
I graduated from St. Mary High School in 1948. I was accepted at Westfield State Teachers' College on Court Street . Comment?
SPRINGFIELD - The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Wednesday it has ordered a Springfield-based bus company, Santana Busline Inc., to cease operations immediately, citing poorly trained drivers and mechanic defects on vehicles that combine for "an imminent hazard to public safety." The bus company, which operates routes between ... (more) Comment?
The trial of a lawsuit filed by Cernak Buick to block a proposed Stop & Shop supermarket on Route 10 opened Tuesday in Hampshire Superior Court. Comment?
The Division of Professional Licensure announced Tuesday that it will hold a meeting on March 22 to solicit public input for the development of new regulations governing private occupational schools and their sales representatives. Comment?
Though it's not quite ice cream weather yet, a new place to enjoy frozen treats that are delicious as well as good for you will be opening in East Longmeadow next week. Comment?
New renderings released Sunday by Penn National Gaming include an outdoor dining area for the casino company's proposed hotel and gaming facility for Main Street in Springfield. Comment?
High schools from 16 regions, including two from Western Massachusetts, are currently competing in the Massachusetts Bar Association 's 28th annual Mock Trial Program . Comment?
The Armoury-Quadrangle Civic Association will host a presentation by Penn National Gaming on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Classical Condominiums, 235 State St. Comment?
As I've said several times before in this space, I really enjoy when clubs stretch the boundaries of the usual entertainment they offer. Comment?