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Massachusetts is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. Most of its population of 6.4 million live in the Boston metropolitan area. The eastern half of this relatively small state is mostly urban and suburban. The west is primarily rural; however, most of its population actually lives in urban enclaves. Massachusetts is the most populous of the six New England states and ranks third in overall population density among the 50 states.

 

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Despite the circumstances, student performance continued to improve at Brookings and the school exited its Level 4 status this year, according to Azell Cava...

 

No injuries were reported in the blaze at 181 Abbe Ave. George Graham | ggraham@repub.com  SPRINGFIELD -- Molten met...

 

The bridge originally closed in August 2011. Watch video CHICOPEE - When the Willimansett Bridge reopens in mi...

 

Buffis' purchases included laptops, speakers, gear for his son's motocross career, bowling excursions, shoes, clothing, Red Bull and Pop-T...

 

The driver was cited for failure to yield. 03.09.11 | Photo by Julian Feller-Cohen a A Northampton Police Department cruiser.R...

 

Officials from HUD and the city will take part in the tour on Monday. SPRINGFIELD - Coinciding with the fourth year annivers...

 

State employees have until June 12 to declare their intentions to retire, effective June 30. The Baker administration expects that 4,500 people will leave s...

 

L-3 KEO will do the engineering and design work for the project during the first year of the contract, with an option to produce up to 29 photonics masts th...

 

The name of the book has not been announced yet. WILBRAHAM - A community read will take place this summer in the Hampden-Wil...

 

3BL Media announced that it has purchased Dunstans Publishing Limited, a British company with a sustainability reporting service. ...

 
 

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We asked Michael Dietze, an associate professor in Boston Universitys Earth & Environment department, to explain the sciencebehind why these snow piles are taking so long to liquify.

 

Actress Natalie Portman took to Harvards Class Day stage Wednesday to deliver a speech to the same university she graduated from in 2003.

 

A senior survey published in The Harvard Crimson revealed that 41 percent of graduating seniors expect to earn more than $70,000 straight out of school.

 

Gay Head Lighthouse on Marthas Vinyard is being moved away from the eroding cliff wall.

 

The stepfather of Sean Collier submitted a victim impact statement Wednesday in the obstruction of justice case against Dzhokhar Tsarnaevs college friend.

 

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death on June 24 at 9:30 a.m., the district attorneys office said.

 

The tracks have thawed, and the trains are running again, but avoiding a fate like last winter is now Beacon Hills hottest topic.

 

Here are all the stories you need to know for Thursday, May 28.

 

Demand for the driving service at Cape Cod, Marthas Vineyard, and Nantucket outpaced the supply of actual working drivers this past weekend.

 

 
 

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