Easthampton DopaFit boxing classes are tailored to help individuals with Parkinson’s disease fight their symptoms.
The UMass Athletic Director choose Winthrop head coach Pat Kelsey as the new basketball head coach for the Minutemen.
A deep freeze has decimated peach, blueberry, and apple crops in the South, but what about here in western Massachusetts?
DCR will increase fees for out-of-state residents and initiate fee hikes on state residents that were approved over two years ago.
Amherst police currently do not inquire about residents’ immigration status, and the bylaw is designed in part to clarify that.
Northampton’s Police Chief & Public Schools Superintendent are proposing 3 new programs to replace controversial “High Five Friday”.
A legislative committee is considering possible changes to the law passed by voters in November that legalized recreational marijuana.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is conducting extensive interviews over the next three days with President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
Hadley Police are urging residents to lock their cars after a series of car break-ins on Chmura Road.
“High Five Friday” may be over for Northampton schools, but there may be something else put in its place.
Heroes were celebrated at the 15th annual American Red Cross Hometown Heroes breakfast.
Pittsfield police arrested a 42 year-old man who is accused of robbing a South Hadley bank twice, as well as a credit union in Pittsfield.
Last September, the selectmen went into executive session and decided to terminate the town’s deputy fire chief.
The final vote begins for a replacement mascot for the Lord Jeff, which trustees dropped last year.
Economists find Massachusetts relies heavily on immigrant labor
Surrounding town fire departments were called in to assist the Granby Fire Department in putting out the fire.
Dozens of family and friends gathered Thursday night in Easthampton for a candlelight vigil for Joanne Ringer, who has been missing.
MassWildlife has created a public website for the Rattlesnake Review Working Group.
Northampton police are increasing enforcement along bus routes, due to this dangerous violation of state law.
Northampton police say that the bills that the man passed are actually $10 bills that were made to look like $100s.