(Northampton, MA) – A hundred railroad workers have descended upon Northampton. They’re staying in camp cars parked on the tracks in the Ward 3 neighborhood. Three bright orange generators are running to power the camp. Neighbors are unhappy about the non-stop noise, fumes, and bright work lights. The workers are laying the track for the 83-million-dollar “knowledge corridor.”
The plan, which also mandates a shift to renewable energy from coal-fired electricity, is meant to put the U.S. in a strong position at international talks in Paris later this year on reaching a deal to curb global warming.
Senator Stan Rosenberg says he has been working behind the scenes on the pipeline from the beginning
A stop for a broken tail light near the I-91 rotary revealed a quantity of heroin labeled "Dunkin Donuts"
A man who recognized her from a missing person's poster saw Spruell entering a Northampton home late last week and called her mother