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From $250,000 to do a study on preserving a landmark clock tower to $10,750 for building a veterans garden, 13 projects have been recommended for funding in the first year of Springfield's participation in the Massachusetts Community Preservation Act.
An investigation is underway in Pittsfield, Massachusetts after a fatal stabbing.
The former owner of a Vermont ski resort who was accused in a multi-million dollar fraud case is seeking federal permission to sell his three airplanes.
A record number of people are registered to vote ahead of Vermont's midterm elections.
State police are investigating a threatening letter sent to a Republican candidate for the Vermont House of Representatives.
More than 100 people stood out in a cold rain Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony for the first new library in Springfield, Massachusetts in 20 years.
The North Adams, Massachusetts city council is standing with citizens who don't want a public gun range to close.
A proposed wood-burning power plant again has the attention of officials in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Montpelier City Council has approved a pilot program to allow a California-based company to deliver 100 electric scooters to the city.
Burlington officials say they're worried about a stalled redevelopment project in Vermont's largest city.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities has ordered a moratorium on all but emergency repair work by Columbia Gas in all areas of the state.
As the largest city in western Massachusetts readies for the arrival of legal marijuana retail stores, there is a move to help people who were harmed when selling pot was a crime.
The University of Vermont and its Larner College of Medicine have received a multi-million dollar award from the National Institutes of Health to create a new center that will develop new ways to prevent and control infectious diseases.
The longtime executive director of a grassroots anti-poverty organization in western Massachusetts has announced her retirement.
Chittenden County officials say they are behind in their five-year housing plan.
With less than a month before Election Day, the major party candidates for Vermont governor were in Rutland Wednesday evening for a debate that focused on economic issues.
The University of Vermont recently announced an innovative partnership to establish the college's first Center of Excellence, which will expand data science research on human wellness.
25 years ago, Will Oldham released his first record of plaintive, twangy Americana under the name Palace Music. After rotating through that title and a handful of other names, he settled on the alias Bonnie Prince Billy in 1998, and has spent the subsequent decades releasing dozens of studio albums, EPs, live records, and singles. Oldham frequently delves into the work of others, spending entire records exploring the songs of the Everly Brothers, Merle Haggard, and more.
Hoping to get natural gas service restored to several communities north of Boston before cold weather sets in, a utility company has announced a streamlined repair process.
An elderly couple died in a Thursday morning fire at their Pittsfield, Massachusetts home, while their daughter was able to escape.