The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office has released the identity of a man killed in a crash on Route 67 Saturday.
A Barre police sergeant says that the bobcat charged at him and another officer, so they shot the animal.
Kennedy plans to personally address the nature of his relationship with Hernandez at a future date.
Two 16-year-old boys in Massachusetts are being called heroes for saving a man’s life, twice.
Longmeadow residents found out Wednesday night their taxes will go up if the town builds a new Department of Public Works facility.
More than a dozen local youths were recognized Wednesday night for their contributions to their community.
New information about Iran’s latest provocation of the U.S. military, a former military official called the most recent incident very danger…
United Airlines is reviewing its handling of a rabbit that died after being shipped across the Atlantic from Britain on one of its flights.
The U.S. Navy’s precision flying team marked its 71st anniversary and have been flying along with special guests, Air Force Thunderbirds.
An officer scuffles with a suspect holding a gun and it is all caught on camera.
A six flight chase, Officer Justin Martin snatched a disturbed man before he could jump, his body camera capturing it all.
It’s a new American weapon that’s already traveled abroad. The F-35 stealth combat jet has been deployed to Estonia, on NATO’s border.
Northampton Police will conduct field sobriety tests on anyone they find impaired at Extravaganja.
With the budget deadline looming, lawmakers are trying to come up with ideas to boost federal revenue before its too late.
Western Massachusetts business leaders met with lawmakers on Wednesday, and some expressed concerns over the health care proposal.
Western Massachusetts business leaders gathered at the state House in Boston, Wednesday, for their annual Beacon Hill Summit.
The White House is rolling out an ambitious tax reform plan, but lawmakers on Capitol Hill are skeptical.
ESPN plans to lay off 100 on-air personalities and writers as the company begins a restructuring plan Wednesday.
State lawmakers want to prevent welfare recipients from buying marijuana with their state issued debit cards, once pot shops open next year.
Allegations range from racial slurs to physical violence.