The University of Massachusetts system says this fall’s enrollment across its five campuses will be a new record high. UMass officials announced yesterday that nearly 72-thousand students are expected to be enrolled this fall, an overall increase of one-point-seven-percent. UMass-Lowell saw the biggest gain, adding nearly four-percent to their enrollment, following by UMass-Boston at one-point-five-percent.
Northampton officials have placed a daytime ban on “nonessential” outdoor water use, citing low water levels in the Mill River
AG Maura Healy declines to investigate a secret separation agreement between Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse and former City Solicitor Heather Eagan
A Holyoke man who allegedly tried to commit suicide by cop will spend three years in prison
State Rep Peter Kocot is leading a move to update Massachusetts public records law