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MGM officials told Massachusetts gambling regulators Thursday that the company is on pace to hire 3,000 employees before it opens its Springfield casino.
Michael Chesna was fatally shot Sunday morning. The Army veteran leaves behind a wife and two young children.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is trying to get Democrats fired up, but not just in Boston.
The Massachusetts Senate passed legislation on Thursday intended as a response the Trump administration's rollback last year of federal net neutrality regulations
The Charlton brewer is getting the green light to build a 16,000 square foot addition at its facility.
A Massachusetts federal judge has granted a reprieve for refugees from Puerto Rico staying in local hotels since Hurricane Maria last year.
Some Massachusetts health care industry groups are coming out strongly against bills approved by the House and Senate designed to support small community hospitals.
The nice weather will last into Saturday but showers and humidity will return Sunday and next week.
The idea for the group had been percolating for a few years, but it really took off on the heels of Marvel's "Black Panther" blockbuster.
Created by WBUR and The Boston Globe, the podcast looks at the heist as well as the investigation that failed to recover the artwork 28 years later.
The NOAA approved an arrangement allowing fishermen to reconcile more than 700,000 pounds of fish Carlos Rafael mis-reported between 2012 and 2015.
The bill also bans the use of e-cigarettes or vapes anywhere that smoking is banned. If made law, the new age limit would take effect on Dec. 31.
A man who pleaded guilty to a series of rapes in the Boston area has been sentenced to 18 to 22 years in prison.
A new study says rural residents in New Hampshire and the Northeast spend more of their income on energy than almost anywhere else in the country.
If enacted, the pilot program would would lower tolls for those traveling during off-peak hours. But some commuters say it's not a fair system.
After the state compromise budget passed without protections for immigrants, advocates are regrouping to consider a new strategy.
The sunny, dry weather continues through Friday, but the weekend looks hotter and more humid.
Kathleen O'Toole will help State Police Col. Kerry Gilpin and her staff reform the beleaguered agency.
It's 18 days late, but there is finally a state budget compromise on Beacon Hill.
The House voted 136-9 Wednesday to remove the laws.