The Bruins shutout the Sabres 4-0.
On Saturday night, 6 players were inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame, including American Tara Cross-Battle.
Chicopee firefighters saved a woman from a burning home. It happened at 118 Meadow Street around 7:30 Saturday night.
A fundraiser was held Saturday night to make a difference in the lives of teens and adults who struggle with substance abuse.
The Springfield Falcons took on the Hershey Bears at MassMutual Center in Springfield Saturday night.
An aspiring model and a private pilot have been arrested after authorities found drugs worth roughly $2 million in a private jet.
Keene State College officials say off-campus gatherings coinciding with an annual pumpkin festival escalated, leading to arrests and injurie…
Hurricane Ana was on course to miss Hawaii by more than a hundred miles but was generating high waves, strong winds and heavy rains.
UMass gets four touchdown runs from Shadrach Abrokwah to beat Eastern Michigan 36-14.
The sole survivor of a deadly house fire lost his new wife, her four young children and his disabled father in the Saturday morning blaze.
Searchers found human remains on Saturday that could be those of a University of Virginia student who has been missing since Sept. 13.
Latino owned businesses came together with potential customers Saturday during the 8th annual Latino community expo in Springfield.
Dakin lowered the price to adopt adult cats to just five dollars for Saturday’s event.
From big losses to big gains the market volatility is high.
Canada sends experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization for possible use in West Africa.
A woman out for a walk Friday night may have been 15 to 20 feet from wanted ambush suspect Eric Frein.
Police say he vandalized a memorial to the police officers and firefighters who died in the World Trade Center attacks.
Republicans are criticizing whether president Obama’s choice for “Ebola czar” is the right person for the job.
With winter cold comes the increased threat of house fires. Every year, winter home fires cause more than 900 deaths across the country.
It’s cold and flu season, which means you may see some coworkers coughing and sneezing in the workplace.