Coleman and Boyle were rescued Wednesday, five years after they had been abducted by a Taliban-linked extremist network.
The Troop 303 Trail of Screams is in its 10th year of creating a maze and haunted walk in South Hadley.
Teachers from the Maurice A. Donahue School took a golf cart provided by Gary Rome Hyundai to visit the families of their students.
People attended the vigil and walk from the Corner of Main and Bancroft Streets to remember loved ones lost to HIV and AIDS.
The Boy Scouts said the move will make joining the scouts more convenient for families, but not everyone supports the idea.
AG Healey wants to protect tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents from facing significant increases in healthcare premiums.
Police said Carmelo Kercado Jr., also known as Melo, David Brown or Carmelo Mello is wanted for the fatal shooting of two men.
DeVos will speak at the Washington Policy Center’s annual fundraiser in Bellevue Friday evening.
The attorneys sued the league last month after Hernandez was diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Senate proposal calls for raising the age for juvenile court jurisdiction to 19 and repealing mandatory minimums for some drug offenses.
It just got easier for elderly and low-income families to take advantage of high speed internet in Springfield.
A parent from Ware raised concerns about the middle school not recognizing students who make honor roll.
One in seven of people living with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they have it.
Every western Massachusetts city and town has an emergency mobile communication system to alert the public to an unusual occurrence.
The three day festival at St. Luke Greek Orthodox Church in East Longmeadow brought many to celebrate Greek food and culture.
It takes 270 electoral votes to win the U.S. Presidency, but a resolution in the State House hopes to change that.
The Baker administration is making sure the arts community in western Massachusetts continues to thrive.
Local law enforcement would need a vote of approval from a local governing board before applying for equipment.
It’s a million dollar grant from MassWorks that will support local businesses, accommodate new housing and improve pedestrian safety.