Page 5 of President Donald Trump's budget this week paused to flag "highlights" in the plan.
For arts advocates in Massachusetts, and for U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, what stood out were lows: Scuppering a slew of programs and agencies to offset a $54 billion increase in military spending.
Stories emanating from the Washington press corps recently suggest that Congressman Richard E. Neal may just be centrist enough to have some influence on the Republican budget and tax agenda.
Ireland INC, a private sector platform that aims to advance economic development between Ireland and its closest trading partners, hosted the seventh annual Ireland Day at the New York Stock Exchange today.
It opened in 1926, a hub for travelers and the commerce hurtling through Western Massachusetts. But time — and changing tastes in travel — were not friends.
So in the 1970s, Springfield’s Union Station was shuttered.
Now, more than four decades later, and after $95 million worth of renovations, the landmark downtown station is primed for a revival.
HATFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts announced a new anti-hunger initiative in partnership with Holyoke Health Center Friday afternoon.
Congressmen Jim McGovern and Richard Neal joined members of the Food Bank’s Task Force to End Hunger to make the announcement.
All 11 members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are calling for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the wake of reports that he met with a Russian official during the 2016 campaign season and failed to disclose those meetings under oath.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Massachusetts, called on House Republicans Thursday to share with House Ways and Means Committee Democrats legislation that seeks to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
Refugees and the media.
Neither have been particularly popular with President Donald Trump since he took office last month.
But members of the Massachusetts delegation in Congress made sure both were represented when Trump addressed a joint session on Tuesday night.
U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward J. Markey both chose to bring former refugees as their guests.
WASHINGTON — As congressional Republicans move to solidify their Obamacare repeal-and-replace legislation, concern is mounting that their strategies will leave millions of Americans with less financial assistance and more expensive coverage.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Richard E. Neal of Springfield, Mass. aims to counter conservative priorities of President Donald Trump, while seeking a few shared trophies as the new top Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee.