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Officers responded to the city's Forest Park neighborhood at about 8 p.m. Tuesday after being alerted by the department's automated gunshot detection system. Comment?
Five hours, five floors, "140 clicks" - it's how the Barre Democrat and chairman of the state Senate Ways and Means Committee spent his Friday three weeks ago, sitting in as case workers - sometimes with piles of papers and files around them - plugged away at a Holyoke welfare office. Comment?
It's cute that the Joint Committee on Education scheduled a hearing on a slew of bills related to charter schools during National Charter School Awareness Month. Comment?
A Springfield police officer whose canine partner has retired after eight years of service is returning to his childhood school to announce the winner of the competition to name his newest dog. Comment?
Springfield stands to haul in $25 million a year under a proposed deal struck with MGM yesterday as the city chose to go all in on the Las Vegas firm's nearly $1 billion casino plan. Comment?
The Columbus Blue Jackets have retained defenseman David Savard on emergency recall, 12 hours after sending him to their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass. Comment?
Some families in western Massachusetts say they're frustrated that autopsy reports on their loved ones' deaths are taking so long. Comment?
The city of Springfield and the Hampden County Sheriff's Department have reached an agreement to have crews of female inmates spruce up city parks. Comment?
But the huge grin on the face of the former Houston coach Tuesday conveyed his elation at finally being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame a day before. Comment?
Any community that hosts a casino in Massachusetts will be the beneficiary of big casino money. Comment?
An overheated laptop burst into flames inside a Framingham State University dorm room Friday in what officials warn is the latest in a string of computer-related fires. Comment?
State Rep. Daniel Winslow said he'll target Republican frontrunner Michael Sullivan in the special U.S. Senate election primary in what he expects to become a feistier race and he also thanked national Democrats for handpicking U.S. Rep. Comment?
Gov. Deval Patrick lit the first section of a new 1,200-mile fiber-optic network today designed to bring high-speed Internet access to under-served areas of western and central Massachusetts. Comment?
A planned overhaul of an elevated section of Interstate 91 in Springfield is raising questions about access to two proposed downtown casino. Comment?
The city of Springfield has received a $21 million federal grant to help pay the long-term costs of recovering from a tornado that hit the city two years ago. Comment?
Under the city's "Abutter Lots Sales Program," owners of adjacent residences or businesses can buy the vacant lots if they are valued at $25,000 or less and are not needed by the city for public use. Comment?
As required by state law, MGM must send copies of its environmental notification form to communities that may be affected by possible environmental impacts. Comment?
Some of the world's biggest gambling tycoons - including Las Vegas kingpin Steve Wynn, Chicago slots magnate Neil Bluhm and MGM chairman James Murren - are going under the microscope as state investigators scrub their entire criminal, employment and financial histories, at a hefty price of at least $4.4 million, newly released records show. Comment?
Officials from Connecticut-based Mohegan Sun were headed to Massachusetts on Monday to offer more details about their proposal to build a $600 million casino project a couple miles outside Springfield. Comment?
Erik Etherly scored 30 points to lead Loyola to a 63-61 victory over Manhattan on Sunday that clinched the No. Comment?