There had been doubts that the official vote tally could be certified in time to legalize marijuana on December 15, as scheduled.
Class was back in session at West Springfield High School Friday, one day after a possible threat led to a very early dismissal.
The Federal Communications Commission prohibits people from making phone calls during flights, unless it is made over Wi-Fi.
Springfield Police are searching for a suspect who they say ran off after the stabbing.
“Izzy” was found with serious injuries to both of her back legs, and now Second Chance Animal Shelter is trying to raise money for her care.
People making donations realize that their toys, games, and bikes are the gifts that thousands of children in need will receive this Christm…
Funding is a part of Massachusetts’ commitment to reducing emissions and fuel usage with energy incentives.
We had a preview of winter earlier this week, and more snow could be on the way later this weekend.
A UPS driver is being credited with saving a woman who was beaten and being held captive in her home by her own husband.
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Major life events can impact your financial situation.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor’s Council for…
It’s a new twist on fruit cake!
Nearly all of the state, with the exception of Cape Cod and the Islands, is still under a “Drought Warning.”
It can be great to get together with your family over the holidays, but it can also be stressful.
Jensen brings nearly 30 years of service and experience to Westover, the nation’s largest standalone Air Force Reserve Base.