A flag was raised in front of the Westfield City Hall on Tuesday to commemorate those who have given the gift of life through donation.
Not many people can claim to feel great after running almost 85 miles in just 24 hours, but Henry Ward has done just that.
Organ donors plan to gather Wednesday at the State House in Boston to launch a new campaign.
As the percentage of Lottery revenue paid out as prizes drops, the Lottery’s profit margins are bolstered.
Two days weren’t enough to relieve Boston’s pain after a 6-game loss to Ottawa in an Eastern Conference first-round playoff series.
There’s a cloud trailing Isaiah Thomas these days. In his basketball world, though, there’s also been light and even some levity.
BOSTON (AP) — A self-driving car company has been given the go-ahead to expand testing in Boston. The city says nuTonomy has received approv…
Courts in Massachusetts have held that when a defendant dies before having an appeal heard, the conviction is vacated.
Massachusetts lawmakers killed a permanent sales tax holiday on Monday, but they there’s still hope for a sales tax holiday this year.
A Springfield firefighter had to be taken to the hospital after being injured while working to put out the fire on Melville Street.
A minivan struck a light pole near the corner of Union and Orleans Streets in the city’s Old Hill neighborhood Tuesday.
The suspect allegedly told police that he needed money to pay for medical bills for his daughter.
Pittsfield Police are warning the public to be alert after several reports of a man accosting people running or walking.
The teen allegedly attacked a woman at a detention facility in 2014 while awaiting trial for the murder of his teacher.
His stepfather said doctors expect to bring the boy out of the coma on Tuesday.
Dozens of police dogs and their handlers are going through certification at Westover Air Reserve Base this week.
Bears are out of hibernation now, and they may be looking for food in your neighborhood!
We have seen a good amount of rainfall this spring, and that has been good news when it comes to drought conditions.
Mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders are seen by advocates as being biased against people of color.
Businesses leaders from western Massachusetts will be in Boston Wednesday for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.