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A new study out of UMass Amherst says the fast-food industry can easily afford to pay its workers 15-dollars-an-hour.
Southampton has approved spending 30-thousand to buy a half acre that would host a septic system for a future public safety complex.
Holyoke City Treasurer Jon Lumbra won't be seeing an immediate pay cut.
The city of Springfield has filed a lawsuit regarding two apartment buildings where an influx of homeless people have been relocated.
The blockbuster film starring Bradley Cooper may be controversial, but one thing not up for debate is that this baby is fake!
The former NBA star is now a reserve police officer in South Florida.
The Republican-controlled panel is revising the landmark No Child Left Behind education law.
Facebook has taken steps to clamp down on "hoaxes" and fake news stories that can spread like wildfire.
The actress is not a fan of the term and says she is not on the prowl for younger guys.
A look at some of the sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Jan. 21.
Your Super Bowl party will be like this ... even though you hope it's not.
It’s well known that too much sitting time is bad for our health but it turns out it might be worse than we thought.
Ernst, just two weeks into her Senate career, also appealed for cooperation from Obama.
Some of the ballsiest reactions to the latest NFL controversy.
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Jimmy Fallon and J. Lo team up against Anthony Mackie and Steve Higgins for a very intense game.
Here's our guide to pairing beer and wine with America's favorite cookies.
President Barack Obama in March will recognize the 50th anniversary of historic marches fighting segregation.
Three-quarters of residents say the city should vote on a planned bid to host the Olympic Games.
It's time to "turn the page" from recession and war to boost middle-class Americans who have been left behind, the President says.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has dismissed claims as "ridiculous."