He’s BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK!!!!!! Following the attacks in Paris that murdered 129 people—and word that at least one dead assailant crossed into the Europe with a Syrian passport—governors across the country have announced their states would not host Syrian refugees. It is with great shame and disgust
UPDATED 11:51AM: To add a second tweet relevant to our editorial. Nous sommes Paris. Darkness visited the City of Light Friday. The Islamic State in the Levant, or ISIL/ISIS offered a wicked response to France’s efforts in the campaign against the fundamentalist movement. Some 129
One major trouble in Holyoke these days is the water and sewer departments’ effect upon the budget. In comparison to Springfield, where the unitary Water & Sewer Commission essentially operates off-budget, the costs and revenues of Holyoke’s systems for delivering potable water and removing water directly
By default, almost any NIMBYism should be approached with suspicion. There will always be facilities, services and outlets that are not desirable neighbors. The best we can do is try to place them as equitably as possible to serve the intended population. Nevertheless, the opposition of
Some weeks ago progressives finally abandoned their quest after months of public pleading. They realized that Senator Elizabeth Warren’s persistent “No’s” were not merely code for “I’m running for president.” Massachusetts voters consistently wanted Warren to stay put, a sentiment that was likely always in
Beyond the Governor’s office, there are others that have a critical role in the function of government. Who wins voters’ support on Tuesday could have an incredible impact on policy and administration of the commonwealth. US Senator Is US Senator really a down ballot race?
It is that time of the year once again. Election Day is only two days away. Please take a moment to visit the Secretary of the Commonwealth‘s website to learn where your polling place is, but also your ward to know what races you will
**** UPDATED: SEE BELOW ****Congressman Richard Neal has released a statement on SOPA (which is the House version of PIPA and vice-versa), wherein he appears to oppose the current version of the bill. We print it in full below: “Thank you to those who have