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Members of the 104th Air National Guard unit have flown from Westfield to Germany for Emergency Response Training.
Police met with parents about a series of threats at several schools in town. Some Parents were quite critical of police and school official…
After 16 years, a non-profit firm will no longer help hundreds of homeless families find shelter.
Springfield Police detectives and a police dog are searching for two men who robbed a convenience store in the city’s McKnight neighborhood …
The National Guard has pulled out and Baltimore’s State of Emergency is lifted.
More than 100 students won’t be allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies after trashing the halls of their Tennessee high school.
Oxfam America argued that the SEC has repeatedly delayed its timeline for the regulations.
A group of University of Kansas students went to the Kansas Statehouse Wednesday to hand over a check to help with the state budget deficit.
A bear euthanized by Connecticut officials after it chased two runners at a game refuge has tested negative for rabies.
The Federal Aviation Administration has further loosened the rules on drones as part of a new test program.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the Treasury has held a daily balance of around $80 billion.
Nearly 200 domesticated ducks have been dumped in an El Paso, Texas park since Easter.
A tornado touched down Wednesday afternoon in Lincoln County. It happened just before 2:30 p.m. near the city of Lincoln.
The Superintendent of the Hampshire Regional School District sent a letter to reassure parents that their children are safe.
The company said it would destroy 265 tons of ice cream worth more than $2.5 million.
The company is bringing the burger thief back to its advertising after a 13-year absence.
Dominique Easley comments after an independent investigation found the team likely did deflate their footballs for the AFC Championship.
Baker said he’s looking to maintain the size of the current small group market until a formal waiver can be filed.
Rep. Aaron Vega (D-Holyoke) told the committee that he carries an EpiPen, and he said it should be available in schools. “It’s a real simple…