Last year more than 70 students were arrested during the Blarney Blowout. So far this year, police have kept the partying under control.
Nearly 8,000 students are inside the Mullins Center for a free “Bring the Spring” concert featuring artists Kesha, Juicy J and Ludacris.
The energy in the air was electric in Selma as people made their way to their places ahead of President Obama’s speech.
A suspect was arrested after a reported stabbing at a home in South Hadley.
“Was it inspiring? Was it scary?” 22News asked. “Everything that you could come up with,” Rep. Swan responded.
Holyoke’s annual St. Patrick’s parade and road race weekend is just two weeks away, but many parts of the city are still piled high with sno…
The loss moves the Falcons to 32-21-6-0 on the season and 5-4-0-0 in the 10-game season series.
When a man battles Darth Vader, Nazis and other evildoers for work, what does he do for fun? For Ford, the answer is in flight.
A Colorado teacher is accused of posting an instagram picture of a student.
An unarmed 19-year-old man in Wisconsin was shot and killed by a police officer after assaulting that officer.
Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram has reportedly pledged formal allegiance to the Islamic State group.
The namesake of the bridge that is holding the 50th anniversary commemoration of “Bloody Sunday” is seeing a new round of controversy.
John Bish Jr. successfully completed EMT training, crediting his sister’s memory as motivation.
The people of western Massachusetts opened their hearts and their checkbooks during the two day radiothon.
Virginia legislation seeks to protect digital privacy after death
High school students from all over Massachusetts paraded their robots before the judges at the MassMutual Center.
A new concept in renewable energy is catching fire across the country, allowing customers who might find solar panels too expensive.
The Dr. Seuss sculpture at the Springfield Quadrangle drew a crowd Saturday as families came to wish the famous author a happy birthday.
Environmental advocates suing state over greenhouse gas law
A mother admitted to hiding 14 bags of heroin in her three-year-old’s jacket and taking her children with her to buy it.