SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved financing for a $41 million re-development of the Paramount Theater in Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD - The federal Office of Housing and Urban Development has awarded the city a $3.6 million loan guarantee that will be used by the city to help finance a $41 million redevelopment of the Paramount Theater and Massasoit Building on Main Street.
The move was announced jointly Thursday night by Mayor Domenic Sarno and Rep. Richard E. Neal.
SHELBURNE FALLS -- From the potential impact of Affordable Care Act cuts to the need for "equal treatment" for addicts, local and federal officials took on a range of topics related to the opioid crisis during a public forum Thursday at Memorial Hall.
SHELBURNE FALLS — The opioid addiction crisis is no longer just an urban problem, but is also leaving its mark on the quality of life in rural towns, Congressman Richard E. Neal told a West County audience Thursday.
LUDLOW -- The conversion of a formerly vacant mill building into 75 apartments for residents age 50 or older is "incredibly impressive," U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield, said after a recent tour of the sprawling Ludlow Mills complex.
SHELBURNE FALLS -- With Republicans prepared to move forward in their efforts to overhaul the U.S. tax code, U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, said he and other Democrats have urged congressional leaders to return to regular order and to not rush through legislation without properly vetting it.
SPRINGFIELD -- Ninety percent of business leaders in the bi-state Springfield and Hartford region say the soon-to-begin New Haven to Springfield CTrail commuter train service will benefit their enterprise.
SPRINGFIELD -- Jim Igoe, president of Preservation Massachusetts, conferred the organization's 2017 Paul and Nikki Tsongas Award on U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal and the team behind the reborn Union Station.
SHELBURNE FALLS -- U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, will join local medical, addiction recovery and law enforcement officials in Shelburne Falls Thursday to bring attention to and discuss how opioid abuse is impacting Western Massachusetts.
CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – From C5s in the sky to weapons on the ground, military bases are funded by the federal government.
Congressman Richard Neal is now one of the lawmakers who will help determine whether our local military bases continue to grow… or get smaller.