Slow-growing Southern New England cities lag U.S. peers
Rhode Island's biggest cities are among the slowest-growing in the United States, and one of them is actually losing population, according to new U.S. Census
In-Depth interview: Search & recovery mission
Lt. General Reginald Centracchio spoke with Eyewitness News anchor Mike Montecalvo on Wednesday about a search and recovery mission and the Urban Search and
Partners sought to rehab historic home
The City of New Bedford is looking for partners to help maintain an historic waterfront landmark.
Lawyers to give judge update on Bulger case
Prosecutors and lawyers for reputed gangster James "Whitey" Bulger are due in court to update a judge on the case two weeks before Bulger's racketeering trial
NWS protesting sequester furloughs
Members of the National Weather Service are protesting proposed furloughs due to federal government sequestration budgetary constraints.
Man released on bail; DA blasts decision
Bristol County's district attorney is publicly criticizing a district court judge's decision to release one defendant on bail, saying it was "unlawful and
Mass Lt. Gov expected to resign
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray is expected to step down to become head of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, according to several people familiar with the
Area power plant cuts mercury emissions
A coal-fired Massachusetts power plant frequently listed as one of the most polluting in the state has dramatically reduced its mercury emissions.