After a little more than two hours of deliberation, a Pittsfield jury found Erick Ruiz-Trujillo guilty of forcibly raping a child.
Adam Bard could spend the next six years in prison for causing a crash in Worcester that killed a 48 year-old man.
The polls closed across Mass. at 8:00 p.m. Here are the election results for Tuesday’s Massachusetts Primary Elections.
In a closely-watched state primary race, Martha Coakley has won the Democratic nomination for governor of Massachusetts.
Former healthcare executive Charlie Baker will again be the Republican party’s candidate for governor, after winning the party’s nomination.
Eric Lesser has emerged the winner of the Democratic Party’s primary in the First Hampden and Hampshire District.
Anthony Gulluni has come out the winner of the closely-watched four-way Democratic primary for Hampden County District Attorney.
Carlos Gonzalez is likely headed to the Massachusetts House of Representatives after winning Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
In a three way race Tosado came out ahead of Peter Murphy and Ed Collins for the party’s nomination in the Springfield-based district.
22News projects that Holyoke police officer Patrick Leahy will take on incumbent Sen. Don Humason in November.
Voters in Springfield’s 11th Hampden district sent 80-year-old state representative Ben Swan back to the State Legislature Tuesday.
Chicopee State Representative Joseph Wagner was re-elected for a 13th term as representative of the 8th Hampden District.
Maura Healey has won the Democratic Party’s nomination for Massachusetts Attorney General, 22News projects.
Michael Valanzola will be the Republican Party’s candidate for the state senate seat long held by retiring Senator Stephen Brewer.
In a three-way race with apparent favorite, Stephen Kerrigan looks to be the choice of Mass. Democrats to run for lieutenant governor.
The three-way Democratic primary for state treasurer has been won by Deborah Goldberg.
Supporters from around Mass. waited in anticipation Tuesday night to find out if their candidate won the 2014 primary vote.