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Today at 12:12PM
Panel continues budget work; nixes some LePage proposals

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Maine lawmakers on the Appropriations Committee are making progress as they work toward finalizing their recommendations on the state budget.

Today at 11:57AM
Bridge connecting Chicopee and Holyoke to reopen in June

CHICOPEE, Mass. (AP) - A bridge that connects Chicopee and Holyoke that's been closed for nearly four years is scheduled to reopen in June, delighting businesses and political leaders in both cities.

Today at 11:09AM
Police confirm identity of man found buried under house deck

BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (AP) - Police in Rhode Island have confirmed that a body discovered under several inches of cement outside a home this week is a Massachusetts man missing for almost a month.

Today at 09:48AM
States join forces in attempt to void federal investing rule

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - State officials in Montana and Massachusetts have joined forces in an attempt to void a new federal rule for public investment offerings.

Today at 09:02AM
WWII veteran receives honorary high school diploma

NORTON, Mass. (AP) - After more than 60 years of dedicated service to Norton schools - including a mainstay at Memorial Day assemblies - Herbert Church is officially part of the Norton family.

Today at 09:02AM
Plant project to empower women from abusive relationships

GREENFIELD, Mass. (AP) - The vegetable plants now growing around the New England Learning Center for Women offices are more than just vegetables.

Today at 07:32AM
New England's epic winter gives way to unusually dry spring

BOSTON (AP) - It's hard to believe that after a winter of record-setting snowfall, much of New England is approaching drought conditions.

Today at 06:50AM
State looks to plug into energy storage market

BOSTON (AP) - State officials are bidding to make Massachusetts a leader in the energy storage industry.

Today at 06:37AM
Policies on transgender admissions at women's colleges

Barnard College's Board of Trustees is expected to vote next week on a formal policy governing admission of transgender students. The vote at the Manhattan campus follows those at a number of women's colleges across the country over the past year. The policies, which all acknowledge changing norms regarding gender, differ in their breadth. Here's a look at some of them: