A homeless Mass. man whose criminal trespassing cases went all the way to the state’s highest court has been sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Sunday marks 15 years since the deadliest terror attacks on U.S. soil, and people here in western Massachusetts will pause to remember.
Massachusetts residents looking for health insurance can apply on-line or with assistance from a state approved Health Connector Navigator.
The high-profile campaign for Governor’s Council is over, after numerous television ads and debates.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
Incumbent Tricia Farley-Bouvier was challenged by Michael Bloomberg for her party’s nomination in the Pittsfield-based district.
Polls open around the state at 7 a.m. Thursday and close at 8 p.m.
The grants not only help support localized community efforts to reduce/reuse/recycle, they also show the state’s commitment to protect natur…
New fund will provide affordable working capital to family farms and other small businesses impacted by historic drought conditions.
Prosecutors say the two brothers broke into several Berkshire County homes, and their parents stored the stolen items.
The technology would help police figure out when someone is using their phone for anything, not just texting.
The problem with Hermine is that she’s not going anywhere quickly.
Sixteen year-old Samantha Beveraggi of North Adams has been entered into the National Crime Information Center as a missing person.
Many government services will be unavailable, and some businesses will be closing early on this holiday, which honors American workers.
The federal grant will allow certain elementary and middle schools to either extend the school day, or create after school programs.
Jeffrey Morneau and Mary Hurley answered questions about issues ranging from marijuana legalization to the condition of the Hall of Justice.
State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey and local officials are asking anyone with information about the fire to come forward confidentially.
A man who admitted to firing his gun into a busy intersection in Massachusetts is heading to prison.
Schools in Holyoke, Pittsfield, and West Springfield are receiving a share of more than $1.7 million in federal money.
All Democratic and Republican candidates in one western Massachusetts legislative race have signed the pledge.