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.
The Red Cross is helping to establish a family assistance center to provide mental health and spiritual support to loved ones.
People came out to St. John’s Church on Elm Street to show support for those affected by the tragedy.
Seattle-based online retail giant Amazon is looking for a second city to house another headquarters.
A Westfield police officer was injured when a car struck his electric motorcycle Monday night.
As a part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, some businesses in western Massachusetts are asking for your help to raise money.
A tractor trailer driver died after he was trapped in his burning cab that rammed the rear of another big-rig on the Mass Pike.
It’s the beginning of fall, but western Massachusetts orchards are already seeing a lot of customers.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse joined members of the local Polish community in front of Holyoke City Hall.
City leaders and members of the Italian community raised the Italian flag at the Christopher Columbus statue on Main and Locust Streets.
Board is hearing from stakeholders as well as the public about regulations before creating guidelines and protocol for issuing licenses.
The death toll in Las Vegas in likely to rise. The victims are spread across five hospitals, making an accurate victim count difficult.