The 22News Storm Team has declared a Weather Alert Day due to the snowfall expected for western Massachusetts on Tuesday.
UMass Amherst officials told 22News they tried to take action more than a week ago to protect the students.
President Donald Trump has fired the Acting Attorney General after she announced she would not defend his immigration order.
The arrest came after a man complained to police that he had been robbed while trying to sell four ounces of pot.
A 73-year-old man was arraigned on Monday in Hampshire Superior Court on charges connected with a crash that left a 22-year-old man dead.
For the second time, Amherst Town Meeting members rejected the merger of two elementary schools in town.
The Democrat said in a tweet Monday that Trump’s actions are unconstitutional and harmful to Massachusetts.
The Boy Scouts of America says it will allow transgender children who identify as boys to enroll in its boys only programs.
Rather than bringing us together, social media can put us in an echo chamber where we only read things we already agree with.
MassDOT announced several overnight road closures from Monday, January 30th to Friday, February 3rd.
After several months of delay, a working group finally met for the first time Monday night about the “Rattlesnake Island” proposal.
Hundreds of people attended Monday night’s job expo in Springfield, which was held by the FutureWorks Career Center.
President Trump’s travel ban is being applauded by many of his supporters, who voted because of his proposal to ban Muslims.
The White House is defending its move to give President Trump’s controversial Chief Strategist a key role on the National Security Council.
Stop & Shop delivered hundreds of notes written by New England Patriots fans to Gillette Stadium, Monday morning.
A Massachusetts man has been convicted of burning down a restaurant he owned in Rhode Island.
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Demonstrations against President Trump’s travel ban targeting seven Muslim nations continue across the country.
Gonzalez, who announced his campaign for governor on Monday, has a similar resume to Baker.
Lawmakers and Baker agreed to a six-month delay, postponing the date by which the first retail licenses may be issued to July 2018.