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The most recent federal spending bill includes $1 million for the construction of the proposed Greylock Glen Outdoor Center in Adams. House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal noted the “earmark” in a news release from his office.
The Baker administration said it plans to collaborate with Amtrak to pursue federal funding for east-west rail. But, Baker would start with the Springfield to Worcester leg, leaving some to question his commitment to the Pittsfield to Springfield stretch.
Chief of Staff Billy Tranghese spent 32 years working for U.S. Rep. Richard Neal. Tranghese's departure Friday led some to wonder whether Neal would retire, but the Springfield Democrat is running for reelection.
Massachusetts is poised to receive $1.1 billion in new federal bridge repair money over the next five years, according to U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield.
Though a federal board rejected a railroad merger last year, the proposed deal gets a new hearing Thursday. Two Berkshire lawmakers are likely to testify in support of the deal, although U.S. Rep. Richard Neal opposed it in his written testimony.
Massachusetts is getting a record $307.5 million in federal home heating aid this fiscal year thanks to a major infusion from the American Res…
Democrats brushed aside months-long divisions and pushed their expansive social and environment bill through a sharply divided House on Friday.
City, state and national officials broke ground on a $12.4 million renovation to the Berkshire Family YMCA. On the other side of the project: an expanded child care center, modernized fitness center, and the county's first indoor walking and running track.
In redistricting, the districts represented by U.S. Reps. Richard Neal and Jim McGovern likely would trade towns in an exchange that, observers say, bolsters both incumbents’ reelection hopes.