Northampton Police will conduct field sobriety tests on anyone they find impaired at Extravaganja.
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Allegations range from racial slurs to physical violence.
The Easthampton School Committee is taking complaints seriously and taking steps to identify issues at the high school, and how to fix them.
Now that marijuana is legalized, Northampton Police have prioritized their safety protocol for Saturday’s event
The 87,000 square foot building is the largest modern wood building in the northeast United States.
About 200 nursing and medical students attend a conference on substance abuse to prepare working on the front-lines of opiate addiction.
The proposal would add a tax of one cent per ounce of beverages containing 5g of sugar or more per serving.
Northampton Police are warning drivers to not drink and drive after an uptick of OUI’s last weekend.
The Town of Amherst memorialized John Musante, Thursday afternoon, by planting a tree in his honor at the Town Common.
UMass Amherst held a ceremony to celebrate the expansion and renovation of one of their oldest buildings on campus.
Following student bullying, Easthampton’s high school principal & superintendent have come up with a plan to make it stop.
Governor Baker is proposing to allow defendants to perform community service instead of going to jail for unpaid court fines.
The recent warm weather has been melting snow to our north, which is causing the water level of the Connecticut River to rise.
As prom season approaches, police are reminding parents it’s illegal to serve alcohol to their children’ friends.
Town Administrator Michael Sullivan said the non-binding referendum questions are similar to polls of the town voters.
They are looking into where ticks are most numerous, and what kind of diseases the insects are carrying.
Construction work will be going on between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. throughout the week.
Northampton police said firefighters were called to the park just before 3:00 a.m. Monday.
Don’t be a litter bug! You could face a hefty fine, or even have your license suspended if you get caught!
The money raised from the Relay For Life event will going directly to the American Cancer Society.