The arrests come as part of an effort to crack down on human trafficking and prostitution in Massachusetts.
State lawmakers are still working out the final details of the state’s recreational marijuana law.
Bruce Cassidy’s week started poorly, with the Bruins’ elimination from the playoffs, but he has something to smile about Wednesday.
A Barre police sergeant says that the bobcat charged at him and another officer, so they shot the animal.
Major road work is almost done in Willimansett, but while it is getting finished, a major stretch of roadway will be closed.
18-year-old Simon recounts his abusive childhood at the hands of his adoptive parents.
The Springfield high school was awarded a $22,000 grant for its Breakfast in the Classroom program.
The Trump Administration plans to unveil a broad outline of how it wants to rework America’s tax code.
There will be a referendum vote in June over whether to prohibit recreational marijuana shops from opening in town.
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Uber called the charges “a horrible crime” and said the suspect’s Uber account has been blocked.
The House passed its fiscal 2018 budget Tuesday night, green-lighting the more than $40 billion spending plan after just 2 days of debate.
With a record number of Americans flying this spring and summer, experts say to expect crowded flights.
You probably don’t put a lot of thought when you hit the brakes in your car, but one group says what they found was worrisome.
Internet companies are readying for a showdown with telecoms and a Republican-controlled government over net neutrality.
South Korea’s military said Tuesday that North Korea held major live-fire drills in an area around its eastern coastal town of Wonsan.