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Western Massachusetts Red Cross volunteers are helping victims and assessing the damage from the floodwaters in Missouri and Arkansas.
Billerica Fire Captain Bill Paskiewicz was making his rounds on a detail Wednesday at the Lynnway Auto Auctions when chaos erupted.
The world of competitive video gaming can yield big cash payouts, prompting the industry to fight back against cheaters.
Police arrested a man from Springfield after he allegedly stabbed an elderly man during a fight on Riverdale Street in West Springfield.
The TSA found 66 firearms last week in carry-on bags around the nation; 61 were loaded and 20 had a round chambered.
The Pittsfield Police Department arrested a man they said inappropriately grabbed a woman in the City.
The Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad is investigating a “suspicious fire” that damaged a house on Tyler Street in Springfield on Wednesday.
Springfield firefighters controlled a brush fire late Wednesday afternoon that started in the woods at Forest Park.
Cybersecurity and opioid abuse are shaping up as policy focus areas of the Massachusetts Senate.
The committee working on alterations to the pot law could choose to separate its recommendations into two separate bills.
Police added an armed and dangerous man to Massachusetts “Most Wanted” list for a murder that happened in Lynn on April 16th.
Police arrested two suspects on Tuesday who may have been involved in multiple shoplifting throughout western Massachusetts.
Melha Shrine Circus attempted to put on a show without animal acts last year and lost money, according to the Eastern States Exposition.
Former police officer Michael Slager pleads guilty to civil rights charges in fatal shooting of an unarmed driver during a 2015 traffic stop…
Pittsfield Police are urging residents to be vigilant while walking alone and immediately contact police if they believe they’re being follo…
The House Speaker suggested a new approach state officials could take in regulating the new legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
The “unorthodox” idea of providing a sanctioned space for illegal intravenous drug use deserves further study, the Governor told reporters.
The Forest Park Zoo announced on Friday that the American Alligator who went undetected for about 26 years in West Springfield had died.
Massachusetts State Police arrested a 59-year-old man Thursday night after a cruiser was hit near a construction area in Methuen.