After accepting a top White House job, President Donald Trump’s new communications adviser announced Saturday that he’s deleting old tweets.
If you’re the lucky holder of a winning ticket this time around, you’ll get the 18th largest prize in the history of the game.
The ranking is based on a formula of categories like the average salary, crime, commute time, home prices, and education.
Visitors to Bristol County jail in Massachusetts won’t step foot in building, they’ll be directed to trailer with videophones.
The Chicago Sun-Times reported the CEO of the game’s developer was booed when he tried to explain the problem to the crowd.
U.S. allies will rest easy, Trump said, but America’s enemies will “shake with fear” when they see the Ford cutting across the horizon.
The city of Westfield is exploring the creation of a playground for kids of all abilities.
Four people were taken to the hospital after a man from Connecticut allegedly drove through a red light, causing a three-car crash.
Pennsylvania authorities say their deal with Lillian Webb does not extend to federal jurisdiction.
Police were alerted to the body by someone who reported a foul odor near the Elm Court Hotel.
Food, fun, and support for the military and western Massachusetts first responders were just part of the day’s events.
Three U.S. airlines will each pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to settle claims that they violated rules aimed at protecting consumers.
In an unusual Saturday session, the Ware Select Board appointed Shawn Crevier as Chief of Police on Saturday.
About 1,000 people joined John Lewis on a march through the crowded San Diego Convention Center at Comic-Con.
Some drivers told 22News they have to leave 20 minutes early every morning to make it through construction.
Police and neighbors hope a cookout in the park will nourish the spirit of cooperation, leading to safer and more secure Springfield.
Democrats announced that a bipartisan group of House and Senate negotiators have reached an agreement on a sweeping Russia sanctions.
On Sunday July 23, the Save North Pond Band Jam at Whalley Park will be taking place from Noon until 5 p.m.
Authorities say a large number of people hospitalized were underage attendees experiencing “severe intoxication.”
Prosecutors allege a man solicited buyers on Craigslist for two paintings.