People making donations realize that their toys are the gifts that thousands of children in need will receive this Christmas.
The Tantasqua Regional High School chorus brought the Christmas spirit to Beacon Hill Friday.
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Nearly all of the state, with the exception of Cape Cod and the Islands, is still under a “Drought Warning.”
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The distinctive sloping “G Building” at Holyoke Community College will have a new look, and more space, under a renovation plan.
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 Chicopee Police Department is warning local residents of a possible scheme involving disabled police officers.
The Westfield Detective Bureau released more photos Thursday night of a man accused of stealing multiple vehicles in western Massachusetts.
The FBI has been called to help West Springfield Police find the source of threatening e-mails sent to staff members Thursday morning.
A device used in some open-heart surgeries can cause a dangerous and sometimes deadly bacterial infection.
The Ride to Remember donated three checks Thursday night to memorials for fallen officers and other organizations.
It seems like all too often we are hearing about police officers being killed in the line of duty across the country.
The Amherst Zoning Board of Appeals held a public meeting to discuss redevelopment plans in the works for a large former mill complex.