ramp closed sign leading to elevated interstate highway

MassDOT is warning of traffic delays on Interstate 91 as contractors begin to demolish the elevated highway deck in Springfield.

Work to tear down the reinforced concrete bridge deck on the 2.5 mile long I-91 viaduct is scheduled to start on February 10.

       MassDOT said the contractor will put noise-reducing curtains in place and take other mitigation steps.  The demolition is scheduled to take place during both daytime and nighttime work shifts.                  

A trial on criminal sex charges for suspended Vermont state Sen. Norm McAllister has been put off until at least May.

Vermont's disappointing ski season so far this winter has not helped state revenues.

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Authorities took a woman in a stolen vehicle into custody after a series of hit-and-run crashes and a car chase in Burlington.

Medical marijuana dispensary in Plattsburgh, NY
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Some 551 New Yorkers have been certified to obtain medical marijuana, nearly one month after the state's program began.

U.S Attorney Preet Bharara
U.S Attorney Preet Bharara

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is being honored Friday night in Westchester County.  U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara will be the keynote speaker tonight at the Westchester County Crime Stoppers dinner at the VIP County Club in New Rochelle.

Asha Burwell,  a junior from Long Island and student manager of the women's basketball team, addressed the crowd at Monday's UAlbany rally.

Last weekend's alleged racial incident involving University at Albany students aboard a CDTA bus remains a mystery after videos have been scrutinized.

This is a picture of Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy

A Connecticut town is considering a program that trains teachers to use guns in the event of an active shooter. But Governor Dannel Malloy is coming down hard on the idea.

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Up until recently, if you weren't a coffee fanatic, you may not have heard about Death Wish Coffee. But if you're among the many millions watching the Super Bowl this weekend, you will.

Karen DeWitt

Senate Democrats are optimistic about their chances for winning a special election in April to replace convicted ex-Senate Leader Dean Skelos.