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The New England Revolution kept their playoff hopes alive on Saturday night, earning a 2-2 tie with the Chicago Fire.

The New England Patriots visit former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia and the Detroit Lions on Sunday night looking to get back in the win column.
The Patriots are coming off a 31-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last week and are 1-1 on the season.

I have no idea what happened with Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Basely 36 years ago, but I can certainly look at my “crystal ball” to assess to implications today. As I often say, as a political analyst I try to assess what may happen based on history, public mood,...

If the 2016 were held today, Hillary would win in a landslide. In other news, pigs may fly next week.

Just in time for the elections, the New York Times -- surprise! -- offers a helpful primer on "democratic socialism."

iEnhance connects people looking to enhance their look with a directory of cosmetic surgery experts and information for enhancing their body, image, and health.

In a recent post, I wrote that the C-Price for coffee is flawed and there is an urgent need for viable solutions to improve the coffee market. The post got a lot of attention, both positive and neg…

GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, announced today it is the first manufacturer to offer full suites of connected appliances that work directly with the Google Assistant,* bringing consumers the widest selection of...

Parent Orientation for OWL for Grades 8-10
A mandatory parent orientation for our OWL program will be on Sunday Sept 30th from 12:00 til 1:30 in the Chapel.
There'll be the chance to meet the facilitators, ask questions, learn from other parents who've youth have gone through the program and decide if this program is right for your family.
Snacks will be provided. This is for the parents only and both parents should attend unless they have other children who have already gone…

Pittsfield - Today the Baker-Polito Administration announced $140,000 in grants to three Transformative Development Initiative (TDI) districts to support downtown improvements for business growth and job creation. Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash made the announcement during his remarks at the Berkshire Realtors Housing Summit, a gathering of over 150 community stakeholders, local officials, Legislators, developers, and real estate professionals
“The Transformative Development Initiative deploys…