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WESTFIELD — The auditorium was frigid, and mood dark, as a forum began in Worthington. But things warmed up fast for representatives of Whip City Fiber, sitting in back with their brochures and chewing gum giveaways. One after another, rural … more
LEE — On a recent Friday in Cara Maiorano's classroom at St. Mary's School, students could climb ladders, build structures with straws, and eat marshmallows, all in the name of science — so long as they stayed under budget.It's her … more
BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday attempted to squash persistent chatter that she may run for governor in 2018, telling a radio audience that the role of attorney general has never been more important."You know as lawyers … more
LENOX — Berkshire County has several cultural venues, many of them known outside the region. But when it comes to their economic impact on the local economy, there's Tanglewood and everybody else.The Boston Symphony Orchestra's summer home … more
BOSTON — Sen. Edward Markey and Rep. Joe Kennedy are using their family histories to push back against plans for stepped-up deportations of people in the country illegally.Kennedy, the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, said his family fled … more
The Trump administration outlined a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants Tuesday, proclaiming that it would seek to swiftly deport many more people without court hearings and target migrants charged with crimes or thought to be dangerous, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Boston Symphony Orchestra is taking the wraps off the biggest single investment in its summer home at Tanglewood since the opening of Ozawa Hall in 1994. Orchestra leaders announced Tuesday night that a $30 million, four-building, heated and air-conditioned year-round multi-use complex — including a 200-seat performance space — will rise at the top of the lawn overlooking Ozawa Hall. Groundbreaking is planned for late this summer with an eye toward opening in summer 2019. more
PITTSFIELD — A Southfield man facing child rape and animal cruelty charges remains held on high bail based on concerns that he is a flight risk. more
STOCKBRIDGE — John H. Spencer Jr. was a longtime public servant in his adopted town of Stockbridge, but his greatest impact came as an educator and mentor to hundreds of students over the years, friends and colleagues said on Tuesday."He … more
NORTH ADAMS — A Clarksburg man with a history of violence is facing charges after he allegedly assaulted a juvenile. more
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