Ryan Fellion is charged with negligent motor vehicle homicide in connection to the crash that killed Larry Kelley.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office says that the incident, though offensive, does not legally constitute a hate crime.
A statement from the university says a 17 year-old boy’s ear was bitten during a disturbance outside a Phi Sigma Kappa party.
The University of Massachusetts is yet again number one in the country when it comes to the best dining options.
Witnesses told police that the 20 year-old had run off into a backyard of a home, where he apparently fell 10 feet down and hit his head.
Students held a “solidarity rally” to make their voices heard on race and immigration issues.
Police say that the man demanded that a woman surrender her purse, and then began struggling with her for the bag.
Tyson Burnett was one of three suspects charged with robbing a pizza delivery driver using a BB gun.
After 80 years of 240-member town meetings, some Amherst residents are looking for a change in government.
Some roadways in the area of the university are being shut down to through traffic, and major roadways nearby may see backups.
Bail for Anthony Florio was set at $30,000, and if he is released, he will not be allowed to have any contact with children.
Before legal marijuana shops open in Massachusetts, the town of Amherst is making some changes to how sales are taxed and regulated.
Anthony Florio served as a volunteer coach for the boys varsity basketball team at Amherst Regional for the past two seasons.
The state is trying to deal with declining tax revenues, and that could impact those who rely on public transit in Hampshire County.
Abdul Ismail was released from jail, but taken into custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Peter Sheremeta of Belchertown was indicted exactly seven months after the crash in Amherst, which killed 55 year-old William Wanczyk.
Professor Lynn Adler is investigating whether sunflower pollen can help bees fight pathogens.
The bill, filed by Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose, would allow legal permanent residents to vote in local elections.
Shutesbury police say that the driver’s speed never exceeded 20 miles per hour.
Jesse Carrillo was found guilty in connection to the October 2013 death of fellow UMass student Eric Sinacori.