Massachusetts authorities say a woman has died after the car she was driving hit a concrete barrier near an overpass ramp in Boston.
Cole Hamels will still be wearing red pinstripes and pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies rather than for Boston, in their season opener.
The American Red Cross is marking the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings by conducting three commemorative blood drives.
Rolling Stone magazine has apologized and officially retracted its article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
Christians across the world are celebrating Easter, commemorating the day followers believe Jesus was resurrected 2,000 years ago.
Multiple people were taken to the hospital over the weekend after two serious traffic accidents in South Hadley.
A man was shot and killed in Holyoke. Holyoke Police Lt. Isaiah Cruz told 22News gunshots were fired just before 6 o’clock Sunday evening.
Proposed funding cuts to social service programs are one of the most vexing challenges for Connecticut lawmakers.
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton is planning to meet the medical community to highlight a bill at rolling back a tax at medical device makers.
A Massachusetts man is charged with drunken driving after two people were killed in a car he hit while going the wrong way on a highway.
The high-octane “Furious 7” peeled out of the gates in its opening weekend, picking up a stunning $143.6 million.
As people all over the world observe Easter Sunday, Pope Francis called for peace and understanding during mass at the Vatican.
Violence in Springfield continued Easter weekend when multiple shots were fired inside the Hippodrome night club during a concert.
A suspect arrested after the discovery of human remains in a discarded duffel bag is due in court Monday.
Springfield’s Mount Carmel Society was among those who opened their doors to the homeless Sunday, their first Easter dinner for those in nee…
A baby boy in Connecticut couldn’t wait for his mother to get to the hospital early on Easter Sunday.
An overnight electrical fire that damaged underground cables left thousands without power in Hartford and West Hartford into Easter Sunday.
Parishioners frequently hold services outside the doorway, as they are no longer allowed to enter the closed church.
A community of volunteers came together this Easter Sunday to help the Springfield Open Pantry serve dinner to the homeless.
Mass pension board is considering a plan to press companies to include more women and racial minorities on corporate boards.