A traveling “Convey of Hope” provided Springfield residents with a much needed helping hand, essential items, and left them with hope.
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Do not park on the interstate or the highway. Instead exit the roadway to a safe place to view the eclipse.
Boston lawmakers are considering a bill that would require pharmacies to accept and dispose used needles.
For western Massachusetts, only part of the sun will be blocked by the moon in the middle of the day.
Northampton Police and fire will provide motorists, pedestrians and bicyclist information about crossing railroad tracks.
The clinic was held in Magazine Park to not only teach the game of basketball, but to also mentor the future leaders of tomorrow.
Infected mosquitoes have been found in Holyoke, East Longmeadow, Greenfield, and, Northampton putting Massachusetts residents under risk.
The Northampton School Committee voted to extend the rights of transgender and gender non-confirming students.
It kills 88-thousand people a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Wowing crowds around the country, the team performs maneuvers, taught during World War II.
Friends and family are fighting for Smith College to posthumously award a master’s degree in social work to 23-year-old Courtney Carton.
An online fundraising campaign has already raised about $2,000 to repair the four signs that appear on the city limits.
West Springfield police say a car and motorcycle collided Sunday night.
A man reportedly wearing just his underwear is accused of stealing a police car and leading officers on a low-speed chase Sunday morning.
Three vehicle accidents within a mile of each other slowed traffic to a crawl in the Charlton area.
Diamond RV in Hatfield told me more and more millennials like the idea of traveling with your home.
A gubernatorial candidate from the eastern part of the state, Newton Mayor Setti Warren said he has big plans for western Massachusetts.
Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack came to western Massachusetts to view the progress of two major projects.
After being closed for 18 years, the Old Chapel is back open to the public.
The gun range expanded about a year ago, and now they hear gunshots every single day.