One group is urging the university to make the school a sanctuary campus to protect undocumented students.
The three hour event caused some traffic delays, but attendees said they hope the Holiday Stroll can become an annual event.
Post Offices in Hampden, Hampshire and Berkshire counties will be open the next two Sundays to help customers during the holidays.
The U.S. surgeon general says electronic cigarettes are a public health threat to young people.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor’s Council for…
Nearly all of the state, with the exception of Cape Cod and the Islands, is still under a “Drought Warning.”
The police departments received granta allowing them to step up the patrols during the holiday season.
Springfield Police stepped up their efforts to crack down on crime in Forest Park after numerous calls for service on two streets.
UMass Amherst raised millions of dollars to help students and make improvements to the campus.
Hadley school officials are investigating a Hopkins Academy student, who recorded a racist video that went viral.
The Amherst Zoning Board of Appeals held a public meeting to discuss redevelopment plans in the works for a large former mill complex.
The president of the city council says that the city already essentially operates as a sanctuary city, but now wants the title.
A 31-year-old Northampton man has been convicted of sexually assaulting two young girls.
The accident happened at around 1:00 Wednesday afternoon near North Whitney Street in Amherst.
Residents approved a ballot question to construct a new school that would combine the existing Fort River and Wildwood Elementary Schools.
22News found out a new parish center could soon be built in Northampton after the St. Mary’s Church is sold.
The notice asks parents to make sure nothing hangs from their child’s backpack or clothes that could potentially snag in the bus doors.
Veterans’ organizations, military members, federal, state, and local officials attended Wednesday’s ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary.
After 60 years, Don Gleason’s Camping Supply is closing its doors at Pearl St., but the online portion of the store will still be operating.
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