Echoing the other four, Nevada’s Dean Heller said he opposes the measure “in this form”, but does not rule out backing an altered version.
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Longtime slugger “Big Papi” was honored Friday as the team officially retired his number, the 10th Red Sox player to earn that honor.
The Western Massachusetts Red Cross is participating in a five year program to install thousands of smoke detectors.
Despite taking the top spot, “Cars 3” continued a downward trend for sequels with the worst opening in the series’ history.
It’s not open to the public yet, but in less than 168 hours, the concourse will be bustling with commuters.
Numerous fire departments in the Pioneer Valley will be represented as firefighters receive certificates of completion.
The state’s tax-free holiday is decided on a year-to-year basis, and with tax revenue below estimates, there are no guarantees.
A ferry hit the rock jetty at the entrance to Hyannis Harbor Friday night, injuring over a dozen people.
The next generation of broadcast and print journalists took the first step towards realizing their dreams on Saturday.
The sneaker maker said that it plans to focus on the hottest-selling sneakers and slash the number of styles it offers.
The company selling the new device claims it is easier to use than the EpiPen, and should come at a lower cost.
Sessions claims his recusal was not because he had done something wrong or was, himself, the subject of the investigation.
Liv and Blaine go full-on zombie mode to rescue a fellow zombie on the next episode, Tuesday at 9/8c on The CW Springfield.
The sorority’s “Hats Off” event allowed members to mix business with pleasure, as they provided college aid to scholarship recipients.
A house fire in the McKnight neighborhood in Springfield resulted in the death of the homeowner’s dog.
More than 100 police departments took the Turnpike to Harvard, where Special Olympics winners received their medals.
Recent violence in the city of Springfield was fresh in the minds of those marching to end violent crimes in the city.
State Police have confirmed the identity of a woman killed when the car she was riding in rolled over on the Mass Pike.
The Quaboag Valley Relay for Life started Friday, but motivated participants could still be found walking late Saturday morning.
The organization said they fill at least three dumpsters every year with old television sets, air conditioning units and computers.