Hoax bomb threats were phoned in against four passenger jets Tuesday, two of them were international flights.
A police shooting in Boston has raised questions about ISIS’s reach in the United States.
The city of Holyoke considers a panhandling ordinance after resident complaints.
On Tuesday, President Obama signed the USA Freedom Act into law, overhauling the NSA’s bulk phone records collection program.
Western Massachusetts Red Cross disaster services is sending a volunteer to help with the deadly flooding in Texas and Oklahoma.
Two children were found dead in a home that was filled with natural gas on Tuesday, and police are treating the deaths as suspicious.
Clay Buchholz pitched eight innings and got all the run support he needed on Rusney Castillo’s RBI single in the eighth.
Harrison Street in Greenfield was closed for a time after a pickup truck crashed into a tree.
Lawmakers met with federal regulators and officials from the Takata Corporation about the company’s massive airbag recall.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation reviving and reshaping surveillance laws that expired temporarily Sunday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made it official Tuesday: He will hear Tom Brady’s appeal of his four-game suspension.
With the Hampden County Sheriff moving into the old Holyoke Geriatric Authority building, taxpayers will soon be seeing some relief.
Nearly 9 out of 10 adults now have health insurance, according to a major independent survey
The reduction in production-related jobs affects facilities in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Poland.
The coal-burning plant closed last year, and now the city would like to see it converted into a gas power generating plant.
The American Gaming Association is against the changes and says it has collected nearly 10,000 signatures from opponents.
At least one parent is upset that her daughter’s college scholarship could have been in jeopardy after a recent suspension.
Shopify says the blue “buyable pins” will allow retailers to sell products directly through the Pinterest app.
The first Friday of every June is National Doughnut Day and that means a FREE doughnut for you! Two, if you plan ahead.
Red Sox owner John Henry says watching Boston play this year is “painful.”