CT – A medical group that was criticized for its national guidelines for diagnosing and treating Lyme disease will reassess its findings following an investigation by the Connecticut attorney general. More from WAMC's Carrie Saldo
Pittsfield, MA – The Colonial Theater is entering its third season of arts and entertainment programming, after the historic restoration of the former vaudeville house in downtown Pittsfield. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo has the details...
CT – A Fairfield man who was brought to court when he claimed security lapses after finding bank documents in trash bins has ended the dispute by signing an agreement. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo has the details.
Northwest, Conn. – Many in Connecticut believe General Electric should be willing to do more when it comes to removing PCBs from the Housatonic River. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, who has been following the issue in Massachusetts, checked in over the border and filed this report;
CT – A group of Yale Law School students says they will ask the Connecticut Supreme Court to endorse their argument that every Connecticut child is entitled to an adequate education. Details from WAMC's Carrie Saldo
CT – Democrats in the Connecticut senate say they're pushing for a bill in the final days of the General Assembly session to create a state-sponsored 401(k) retirement savings plan for small businesses. WAMC's Carrie Saldo has this report;
Northampton, MA – The historic Academy of Music in Northampton Massachusetts has hired a new executive director. It's the first time the post has been filled in 15 months. The directors of the oldest municipally owned theater in the country have overseen a financial reorganization at the 118 year old downtown landmark. WAMC s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with the Academy of Music's new executive director Debra Jay Anthony......