BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts residents wouldn’t have to reset their clocks during the darkest months of the year under an idea being studied …
Several families have to leave their homes after city inspectors found too many safety violations in the buildings where they live.
Massachusetts’ top public safety official said inmates had armed themselves and were prepared for “war.”
Police are asking for the public’s help with identifying a suspect who allegedly robbed a market in Sunderland, Monday night.
A Massachusetts man has been sentenced to up to 6 years in prison after admitting he stabbed his pregnant girlfriend.
Do you think an Agawam teen will get to go to prom with Khloe Kardashian?
It may now be legal to smoke marijuana in Massachusetts, but you cannot do so at public housing in Springfield.
The plan includes developing 55 units of affordable family housing and retail space in the downtown Northampton area.
Homeowners in the Town of Hadley will have higher property tax bills after Tuesday night’s special town election.
Massachusetts’ position as the state with the fewest gun deaths per 100,000 residents was confirmed Tuesday in a Violence Policy Center anal…
Westfield State University ranked in the top 15 percent of the latest “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs” evaluated by U.S. News & World Repor…
Danny Amendola says he’s “feeling good” and hasn’t had any setbacks while recovering from an ankle injury.
Starters, Chris Long and Chris Hogan, who have filled significant roles this season, will be making their NFL postseason debuts.
BOSTON (AP) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren has found an unusual ally in her criticism of Donald Trump’s choice for education secretary. The Massach…
At least one university is dangling tuition-free professional graduate degrees as a way to entice applicants.
Jurors in the double murder trial of Hernandez can consider tattoos that prosecutors contend amount to an admission of guilt.
We will be seeing temperatures into the 50’s by Thursday, but they will come back down by the weekend.
The threat came in the form of a phone message that was sent on Monday, but not discovered until Tuesday.
Public Safety Secretary Daniel Bennett says inmates smashed furniture, computers and fire extinguishers to fashion makeshift knives.
Dupree Hinds, Robert VanHoy, and Joseph Massa have been indicted in connection to the November home invasion.