The African Female Professors Award Association held it’s first-ever award ceremony honoring professors from multiple local colleges.
The Puerto Rico Federal Administration in Washington, D.C. has provided a hotline for people to get information.
There were close to two dozen demonstrators on the steps of City Hall before Thursday night’s city council meeting.
Some members of the association have family and friends in Puerto Rico whom they haven’t been able to contact.
About 700 high school students will be able to complete their schoolwork from home as part of the $1Million project.
The camera feeds would stream live to the police department, and be stored for three weeks.
State and city leaders are trying to determine what can be done here, to help Puerto Rico.
Eversource safety personnel demonstrated the effects of electricity on the human body.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump addressed the Massachusetts town clerk association’s fall conference in Springfield.
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake killed at least 245 people and injured over 2,000 on Tuesday.
Secretary Galvin used the visit to highlight Address Confidentiality Program for domestic abuse victims.
The number of cities that qualified for the program increased nearly 10 percent over last year and the value of the awards also increased.
Police said David Benitez of Westfield was last seen around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon wearing tan pants, and a black t-shirt.
The patient, a man in his 60’s, was treated for his illness in the hospital.
The University of Massachusetts is yet again number one in the country when it comes to the best dining options.
A day at the Massachusetts Building, especially during Massachusetts Day, is an enlightening excursion from Cape Cod through the Berkshires.
Hampshire Power is already running one building at the fair with all renewable energy, and they hope to convert all the others.
It can be the most rewarding experience of your life, and the need for volunteers is so high following three devastating hurricanes.
Two of the suspects are charged with trafficking in cocaine over 200 grams, with the third facing weapons charges.
The two were arrested in Connecticut on charges related to a August 30 home invasion in Springfield’s Forest Park neighborhood.