Over the years, the city has tried different strategies to revitalize its downtown area: a new courthouse, thriving health center, vacant buildings renovated as condos.
A new report is calling for major investment into redeveloping the real estate market in Massachusetts’ so-called “Gateway Cities.”
A $1.7 billion strategic investment by the state over 10 years would dramatically boost the economic climates of two-dozen small and midsize Gateway Cities such as Taunton and Fall River, according to a report MassINC released Thursday.
An institute dedicated to strengthening Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities is proposing a $1.7 billion public investment in those cities, which include Springfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield and Westfield.
MassINC is calling for a 10-year infusion of $1.7 million in public money to jump-start private investment in the state's 24 Gateway Cities in a process it calls "transformative redevelopment."
Outgoing Republican Sen. Scott Brown may not be gone from Capitol Hill for long, according to a new poll of Massachusetts voters.
Outgoing Sen. Scott Brown might not be out of Washington for long.
WBUR poll of 500 registered voters finds U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is in a strong position should there be a special election to fill U.S. Sen. John Kerry’s seat.
A WBUR/MassINC Poll released Thursday shows current outgoing Mass. Senator Scott Brown is in good position to win a potential special election to replace Sen. John Kerry.