It has been several months since Mount Tom was hit with a microburst, but the cleanup is continuing this week.
Heavy equipment is being used to tear down two Springfield homes that city officials say has been eyesores for several years.
Holyoke residents will get one last chance today to voice their opinion …on plans to put the city’s public schools into state receivership…
The acting chief executive of the Clinton Foundation is acknowledging the global philanthropy made mistakes in how it disclosed its donors.
She says she has driven across North America twice, stopping along the way to aid the veterans who need her the most.
An officer who found an abandoned newborn in a garbage dumpster has been reunited with the man he helped save.
Parking in Northampton could get easier to find, but more expensive to pay for.
A series of public forums will be held to discuss whether Massachusetts will stick with the MCAS student assessment test.
The U.S Supreme Court is set to consider one of the biggest civil rights issues facing the country this week.
Police in Northampton are investigating a pedestrian accident that happened Saturday night.
Japan’s prime minister has arrived in the U.S. for a closely watched visit beginning with a stop at Boston’s John F. Kennedy Presidential Li…
The reason brush fires are much more common in the spring is a combination of high winds and low humidity.
The game was still in the third inning, and Wade Miley was already done pitching after another ineffective start.