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An Easthampton man is held without bail after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend last week.
Amherst is gearing up for the annual Extravaganja festival on the town common Saturday.
The Department of Public Utilities has rescinded a rule that hit people with huge surcharges for switching electric companies.
Western Mass. residents have a chance tonight (Tuesday night) to ask some questions of an oversight committee overseeing the decommissioning of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power plant.
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz has backed off from an attempt to raise water and sewer rates.
Bostonians will mark the second anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings with a citywide moment of silence.
The Holyoke Board of Health continues to consider a demand to stop fluoridating the city’s water.
Two women are hospitalized after a car jumped a granite curb in Amherst and pinned them against a large cedar planter.
Firefighters from 17 departments spent most of Sunday battling an outdoor fire at the Erving Paper Mill.
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.
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.
New England Treatment Access gets the OK to grow medical marijuana in Franklin to sell at its Northampton dispensary.
The Mass Department of Public Health is streamlining the process for licensing medical marijuana facilities.
Amherst Police are searching for an elderly man who has gone missing.
A woman from Cape Cod has been indicted in the death of a UMass student.
The Neilson Library at Smith College is slated for a hundred-million-dollar renovation.
Congressman Jim McGovern was at UMass Wednesday to announce federal grants for food-related research projects on campus.