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The Greenfield School Department is close to getting its first assistant superintendent for curriculum in close to 20 years
The Northampton School Committee approved a 30.7-million-dollar budget which does not include a late start time provision for the High School.
Police have identified the body of a man pulled from the Bear Hole area of the Ashley Reservoir last night as that of a missing Amherst man.
At just 33, the legendary Steelers player has already accomplished more than most. Here are six ways he dominates life off the field.
The Holyoke patrol union has issued a vote of no confidence in Police Chief James Neiswanger.
Former inmates of the Chicopee Women’s Jail have reached a class action settlement against the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department.
After 12 seasons the strong safety is leaving the game.
The college freshman whose story went viral, and convinced the NCAA to move up her team's season opener, has died at 19.
LISTEN: The Oscar-winner's 911 call was played in court.
A non-profit group is on a mission to save lives, one bar of recycled hotel soap at a time.
The Oscar nominee is adding author to her resumé by writing her memoir.
Jurors in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez will continue deliberating.
The Minnesota Twins finally scored a run on Thursday, but only after the Detroit Tigers set the modern AL record for the longest shutout streak to start a season.
The actor, who portrayed Leland McKenzie in long-running legal drama, passed away on Sunday.
he encounter took place on the eve of the Summit of the Americas in Panama, where Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro will cross paths.
The fifth season premieres this weekend - get caught up with the help of this handy map.
People who live in areas where salt is used to clear roads of snow are getting some advice from U.S. safety regulators: Hit the car wash.
The "Beverly Hills Cop" star will be saluted with the prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Consumers flocked to Apple's stores around the world to get the first close-up look at the tech giant's smartwatch.
Police are hunting a man dubbed the "Mrs. Doubtfire" bandit because he dresses as a woman while robbing banks.