The Winter Olympics are underway, but one poll is showing some skepticism surrounding the games.
Western Massachusetts schools have begun to observe Black History Month, but the time is particularly meaningful at Springfield’s William N. DeBerry Elementary School.
Winter activities, fire and ice art walks, food and fun! You can find it all at the Easthampton Winterfest coming up this weekend!
1. Should magnesium be taken in a supplement or food?
2. What are baby carrots? Are they bleached?
A great deal of metal items of all descriptions are stolen – from work sites, backyards and the outside storage areas of many kinds of businesses – to be sold as scrap and most of the anonymous metal disappears but a town man is facing larceny charges after he allegedly stole a distinctive item from a neighbor who took the trouble to search for his property at a local scrap yard.
Drastic cuts in federal fuel assistance have left residents, including the elderly, disabled, families with young children and low-income residents, in the cold.
Looking to add some love to your home for Valentine’s Day?
Are you having trouble getting your kids and grand kids to eat their vegetables?
Welcome to Mass Appeal’s Pet of the Week. Every Thursday, we’ll introduce you to animals looking for a home from the Dakin Humane Society.
Authorities say two New York inmates who suddenly died in their jail cell back in December, died from a combination of heroin and Fentanyl.
Realistic sculpture of nearly naked man has students at all-female Wellsley College talking.
Winter storm leaves hundreds of thousands without power across the Northeast.
Knife-wielding burglar douses woman with bleach after ransacking her home.
18-years after he was taken by his mother to Mexico, an Indiana man returns for reunion with dad.
Florida man in handcuffs, makes a break and runs from police booking center.
Gov. Deval Patrick and First Lady Diane Patrick plan to join friends in Switzerland for a long-weekend vacation, leaving Massachusetts on Thursday and returning Sunday, according to an aide.
Ohio Department of Transportation scrambles to provide road salt to communities hit hard by recent snow and ice.
Authorities now say a sniper was behind an April attack of 17 electrical transformers in Southern California. They’re now treating the incident as a terror attack.
Woman intentionally rams her car into a Kentucky Kroger store, the second time she’s done so.
Mr. Giovanni (John) Gesualdo, 99, passed away peacefully at his home on Feb. 3, 2014, surrounded by his family. He had been predeceased by his wife of 75 years, Giovannina Gesualdo.