Police found an arsenal of firearms in the gunman’s hotel suite after Sunday night’s shooting.
A woman jailed after testing positive for fentanyl while on probation has brought a suit being considered by the state’s highest court.
The six National Guard members will help restore communications systems in the most remote parts of the island.
Gun control advocates say that Congress must pass stricter laws, but opponents claim that that won’t help reduce violence.
The sunny early fall weather has been nice, but western Massachusetts could stand for a good soaking rain soon.
Donald Cushing is already serving an 8-10 year sentence for raping a 15 year-old girl inside a classroom closet.
Massachusetts is preparing to welcome Puerto Rican families when flights resume from the hurricane-devastated island.
Concert goers posted videos to social media as the tragedy unfolded in Las Vegas Sunday night.
The suit seeks disability benefits for airmen allegedly exposed to radiation while dealing with a 1966 accident in Spain.
Three people were killed and 500 were injured along the 11-mile path of destruction from Connecticut into western Massachusetts.
The arrest was a result of an investigation into a multi-state heroin operation.
In a memorandum, Judge Michael Ponsor used words like “ludicrous,” “crackpot,” and “abhorrent” in describing the beliefs of Scott Lively.
No arrests have been made in connection to the deadly shooting Monday.
A group of RNs will strike outside Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield for 24 hours Tuesday over stalled contract talks.
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The suspect allegedly took several expensive items, placed them in a basket, and then covered the items up with paper.
Cities must fulfill a lengthy list of requirements in order to be considered for the new headquarters.
The Complete Streets Funding Program awarded $400,000 to make adjustments to the Maple and Springfield Streets.
More than 1.5 million people attended the 17 day fair, and some businesses closed or changed their hours of operation.
Big Y Pharmacies and Wellness Centers throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut will now offer naloxone.