Sen. Spilka said the person would have “the authority to cut through all this bureaucratic stuff and say, ‘This is what a person needs.'”
Prosecutors say that the officer displayed his gun and badge, took cocaine, and threatened to arrest the dealer if he didn’t cooperate.
Drivers are being warned to expect significant delays on Thursday, Friday, and possibly this coming Tuesday.
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Some of the participating museums include the Springfield Museums, Historic Deerfield, and the Children’s Museum at Holyoke.
BOSTON (AP) — A former Massachusetts police officer has agreed to plead guilty to extorting cocaine from a drug dealer by threatening to arr…
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Numerous interviews with Tom Brady’s former bosses reveal the star quarterback had potential in the financial world.
Giant pendulum ride at speeds of nearly 70 miles per hour reaching 147 feet in the air before plunging downward from 15 stories.
BOSTON (AP) — More than 100 cultural institutions in Massachusetts, including museums, theaters and aquariums, are now providing free or ste…
BARNSTABLE, Mass. (AP) — Three police officers who took the stand in the trial of a former Coast Guardsman charged with killing a fellow pet…
BOSTON (AP) — State Treasurer Deb Goldberg has named a former business executive to serve as chairman of the Cannabis Control Commission, th…
A Berkshire County man has been in Houston since before the storm hit, helping deliver goods to residents who lost everything to the hurrica…
Police said the suspect was arrested after a minor collision in Holyoke after a low speed chase.
It’s still summer, but people are already preparing for the winter heating season.
Springfield Police Officer Conrad Lariviere took to Facebook to share his thoughts, which many found offensive and insensitive.
Be wary of certain crowdfunding operations that could be out to take your money instead of donating to disaster relief areas.
Non-profit agencies associated with western Massachusetts or northern Connecticut can apply.
The bill would eliminate the need for Massachusetts to amend state law every time a new drug needs to be prohibited.
A Massachusetts company is recalling over 32,000 pounds of cooked chicken sausage product due to misbranding and undeclared allergens.