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LYNN, Mass. (AP) — A Lynn police lieutenant is facing a drunken driving charge following a weekend accident. Lt. James Shinnick was released…
AMHERST, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man facing deportation to his native Guatemala has sought sanctuary in an Amherst church. The First Co…
STOUGHTON, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts high school teacher and coach has resigned amid an investigation into an alleged sexual relationship…
A former drug policy official with the Obama White House was among the panelists at Thursday’s event in Shelburne Falls.
NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — A school bus had quite the scare in Massachusetts after a student’s backpack burst into flames. Police say the fir…
Drivers can expect traffic troubles on a major stretch of road in Longmeadow over the next week.
Lucio Perez entered the church Wednesday evening after being scheduled for deportation on Thursday.
The shots were fired on 100 Eastern Avenue in Springfield around 10:20 p.m.
Law enforcement joined the District Attorney to address human trafficking here in western Massachusetts, and how to combat it.
As many as 46 residents were burned out of eight apartments in Chicopee Wednesday morning.
The Springfield Fire Department told 22News someone lit a fire in a trash barrel at the Emerson Wight playground.
A child was playing outside on Crest Street when they were hit by a car.
More than a dozen residents attended Wednesday night’s pioneer valley planning commission presentation.
A new study in Boston finds that self-driving cars could ease congestion but might also lead to more cars on the road.
Massachusetts education officials publicly released the spring 2017 test results on Wednesday.
Some Northampton residents said they don’t agree with businesses to link their cameras to the police department.
BOSTON (AP) — Steve Kerrigan, the 2014 Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, is the latest candidate to jump into an increasingly crow…
Recent renovations of Union Station to increased transit service offerings were some of the many topics officials spoke about.
More than 200 law enforcement and medical professionals met in Hadley for a hoarding disorder conference Wednesday.