The Democrat has said in the past that he plans to enter the private sector when his second term as governor ends next January.
But when asked by Politico.com while attending the National Governors Association conference in Washington, D.C. on Sunday whether he could see himself at some point making a White House bid he said "Maybe."
Pittsfield schools have signed up to be among the first in the state to take part in a fingerprinting process and national criminal database check for school employees.
A state law passed last year requires most school employees to be fingerprinted and go through more detailed criminal background checks. Potential school employees are checked to see if they have a criminal history in the state.
The growing problem of heroin addiction will be the topic of a conference Monday in western Massachusetts.
The Franklin County Register of Probate and Family Court John Merrigan, one of the conference organizers, said it was planned months ago, before the spike in heroin overdoses in Massachusetts that some are now calling a crisis.
"The death that we have seen in Franklin and Hampshire Counties as a result of heroin is amazing and people are just mortified by what they are seeing in our communities."
People interested in crime and police work have a unique opportunity starting next month to participate in a civilian police academy in Springfield, Massachusetts. It is free 10-week, one-night-per-week class for city residents. WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with Kathleen Brown, the community liaison for the Springfield Police Department.
Vermont Republicans want the deadline for small businesses to sign up for the state health insurance exchange delayed. They have also asked the Vermont federal prosecutor's office to investigate possible fraud by the software company in charge of the designing the exchange.