Shoppers should check their Christmas list twice, but they should also check their emails.
Samsung is planning to disable the batteries of remaining Galaxy Note 7 devices in January.
Dangerous drugs are showing up on the streets in several Alabama counties.
Residents in the Westfield and Southwick area found a way to avoid the chaos while still experiencing the holiday feel of vibrant Christmas …
Why juggling so many things at once can do more harm than good.
Mayor Brian Sullivan announced yesterday that the city would be replacing balustrades at several city parks near the Great River Bridge.
Prosecutors are again asking to use the contents of Aaron Hernandez’s cellphone as evidence in his upcoming double murder trial.
If you had your heart set on a “Happy Hour Playset” from Fisher Price, you’re out of luck. It’s fake.
There is a rush on birth control as doctors say they are getting questions from women who are concerned Trump may make it difficult to get.
The rookie receiver the past two games has suddenly become an important part of the New England offense.
A man who made bomb threats to schools in four states has been sentenced to the time he has already served since his June 2015 arrest.
A winter wallop has delivered the first real taste of cold weather to much of the country.
Class was back in session at West Springfield High School Friday, one day after a possible threat led to a very early dismissal.
You’ve heard the term sanctuary city, but now, 450 churches across the country are offering sanctuary to immigrants.
It was a warmer than normal fall. Temperatures were above average across almost the entire country from September through November.
“Izzy” was found with serious injuries to both of her back legs, and now Second Chance Animal Shelter is trying to raise money for her care.