Celebration of Hope held their 6th annual pink mass in Springfield Saturday to raise money for cancer research.
Dozens of people gathered in Holyoke tonight to enjoy an evening of politics with former congressman Barney Frank.
Saturday, the state’s new and improved prescription monitoring program, known as “MassPat” went into effect.
Searchers found two more bodies inside vehicles that were submerged in flood waters in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew.
The Department of Justice and the state attorney General will review video of a Springfield detective allegedly threatening two suspects.
When the LAPD released video capturing part of a deadly confrontation between police and a black man, the criticism was immediate.
A judge on Friday dismissed a wrongful-death lawsuit by Newtown families against the maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook massacre.
No bail for a man and a woman from Athol accused of killing a 95-year-old man during a home invasion in Orange last week.
Police in Dallas say a gunman who had fatally shot a man was himself killed by an officer who was in the area responding to a separate call.
Dartmouth College has created an app for those who want to find the presidential candidates around every corner.
The Police Commissioner said the shooting was gang related and the shot was intended for the little girl’s father.
The U.S. military says it’s detected what’s being described as a failed missile launch by North Korea.
The headmaster of a Connecticut high school has apologized after its football team named one of its plays “Hitler.”
An early morning argument at a Los Angeles restaurant apparently triggered gunfire that left 3 people dead and 12 wounded.
If you’re looking for authentic Polish food and music, look no further than the 40th annual St. Stanislaus Parish Bazaar in Chicopee.
Saturday was an eagerly awaited day for those of us here in Western Massachusetts who love the taste of Greek Food.
450 people took part this year at the Crohn’s and colitis walk at Stanley Park in Westfield, almost double the number from last year.
Congressman Richard Neal was among the dignitaries leading the 300th anniversary parade from Palmer high school on Main street.
People attending a prostate cancer awareness day learned that Black men are more likely to die from Prostate Cancer.
Officials say the two Boston police officers shot and wounded remain in critical but stable condition.