K-9 Diezel served the campus community working alongside his handler, Officer Varosky, from 2008 to 2014.
The tree was lit near the corner of Main and Morris Streets.
The first annual Keno’s Giveback Birthday Bash was held at Queenies Island Cuisine Tuesday night.
A collaboration with Baypath University and Elms College offered workshops to help students understand the college application process.
The six-member committee was empowered by the full Senate on Monday night to begin the investigation into Sen. Rosenberg.
A lawyer for Exxon Mobil argued before the Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday that Massachusetts lacks jurisdiction.
The company rehired him one year later with a promotion that landed him in the company’s main office in New York.
Zippy is a mannequin in a red onesie, a cap and mittens. He was last seen at the gate by Deerfield’s Veasey Park on Monday.
It's safe to say Rob Isbell is one of biggest Olympic fans you'll ever meet. At his mom's house in Arlington, Texas he set up…
The goal of the tour is to share the economic advantages of “going green” demonstrated by activities and accomplishments in Greenfield.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital’s Mass General Cancer Center received more than $1,400 to help their cancer patients in financial need.
Improperly secured Christmas trees have caused more than 200,000 crashes in the U.S. since 2013.
The AG’s office said Centrus Premier Home Care Inc. improperly submitted and received overpayments for services from MassHealth.
Activists for a higher minimum-wage must submit thousands of signatures to move their petitions one step closer to being the ballot.
Twenty-seven girl scouts and their adult leaders from Chicopee Troop 956 brought their gifts for deserving children.
The couple needs a permit from the town’s new building inspector to complete construction on their home.
Friends of the Homeless received boxes of brand new socks to help keep their clients warm this winter.
Lawmakers begin process to investigate former Senate President following sexual misconduct scandal involving husband.
Executive Producer Todd Helbing talks about the latest episode of The Flash.
Under current state law, stealing anything valued over $250 is considered a felony.