4 per day
The Berkshire LifeStream - WAMC Mass/VT News
4 per day
A perennial Vermont candidate is running as a Republican for at least five statewide offices, hoping to preserve all but one of the slots for other GOP prospects.
A company that runs ski resorts in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts has agreed to resolve child labor law violations and pay a penalty of over $21,500.
A small group of protesters held signs and milled about the entry to the Stowe Mountain Lodge earlier this week as governors and premiers from around the Northeast met inside.
To ease concerns about school shootings, millions of dollars were spent this summer on security in the second largest public school district in Massachusetts.
At a fragile time in U.S.-Canada relations, the New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers held their 42nd annual meeting in Stowe, Vermont this week.
A state politician's involvement in the Berkshire District Attorney race is making waves in the already contentious campaign.
Massachusetts' leading shark expert is trying to determine if the first person to be attacked in waters off the state since 2012 was bitten by a great white shark.
The union representing nurses at the University of Vermont Medical Center is urging a state board to delay approving the medical center's budget until nurses have a new contract.
Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's has a new CEO who has challenged the company to "double its social impact.
Republican Governor Phil Scott says 239 Vermont schools will share a total of $4 million in grants for infrastructure upgrades aimed at improving school safety.
Three weeks before primary day, the Berkshire District Attorney debate tour continued in Becket, Massachusetts Tuesday night.
Primary season is now over and it's on to the general election in Vermont. Voters will go to the polls in November for all of Vermont's statehouse and statewide seats along with the U.S.
Officials today showcased a multi-faceted public safety plan for the opening next week of the first resort casino in Massachusetts - the MGM Springfield.
Vermont voters have chosen their general election candidates and made history in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.
North Adams Mayor Tom Bernard is near one year in office. The former Smith College Director of Special Projects says it will be a busy fall in Massachusetts' smallest city. Bernard spoke with WAMC about a variety of issues facing the city, including its relationship with embattled cable giant Charter Spectrum.
WAMC's David Guistina and North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley discuss the results of the Vermont primary Tuesday.
A task force in Burlington, Vermont, has made recommendations for the future of a mural that critics have argued doesn't properly represent the city's diversity.
A celebrated teacher has defeated the party-endorsed candidate in the Democratic primary for a Connecticut U.S. House seat being vacated by Rep.
Peter Welch, Vermont's lone representative in the U.S. House, on Tuesday won the Democratic nomination to seek re-election in November, when he will face perennial candidate H.
Vermont's Republican Gov. Phil Scott has won his party's nomination to run for a second term as the state's top executive.