Lightning is being blamed for a destructive house fire in Worthington.
Anti-pipeline marchers are expected to show up at the State House in Boston tomorrow.
Members of a tree removal company are safe after being trapped inside their truck in Deerfield.
The state legislature has designated volleyball the official recreational and team sport of Massachusetts.
Crews have been working through the night to restore power to customers in Berkshire, Franklin and Hampden counties.
The owners of a Holyoke nightclub will try to get their liquor license back at an emergency meeting scheduled for today.
A Habitat for Humanity home has been completed for a Northampton family on Garfield Ave.
The National Weather Service has confirmed the sighting of a funnel cloud in Springfield Sunday afternoon
A silent protest march in Northampton Friday expressed solidarity with Gaza and condemned the Israeli military campaign
Congressman Richie Neal is against using Westover Air Reserve Base temporary housing for a thousand child refugees
Hadley police have arrested two men for stealing a cash box from a farm stand
Close to $4 million dollars in state money is being made available to clean up the former Belchertown State School property.
Damon Road will be closed to through traffic for much of the weekend because of a railroad crossing construction project.
A local synagogue is $10-thousand dollars richer today.
A dispute with the Board of Selectmen has triggered the resignation of Rowe's long-time fire chief.
Police say a man experiencing a medical condition may have triggered the crash which forced the closure of Route 202.
It was apparently a good year for the State Lottery.
The practice of "shark finning" is now illegal in Massachusetts.
A former JV volleyball coach at a Western Mass high school has pleaded not guilty to having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
A new in-patient detox center is in the works for Franklin County.