(Easthampton, MA) — The old Easthampton Dye Works building in Easthampton will soon be turned in 50 units of affordable housing. Arch Street Development of Boston purchased the building on Cottage Street last week after lining up tax credits and housing subsidies. Developer Colin O’Keeffe hopes to start construction in January. Five of the units will be set aside for those with very low incomes.
Microsoft announced its new operating system to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8.
Lawmakers scolded the head of the Secret Service over a security breach that allowed a knife-wielding intruder to run deep into the White House.
The five candidates seeking to become Massachusetts' next governor squared off in their first televised debate in western Massachusetts
A local state representative has been tapped to represent the commonwealth on an advisory board overseeing the closure of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power plant