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The Massachusetts House and Senate have both given their approval to Sunday morning liquor sales.
The Pioneer Valley Performing Arts High School in South Hadley is planning a 2-million-dollar addition.
A suspect remains at large in a Greenfield armed robbery.
A stairway fire at Forbes Library in Northampton is being investigated as arson.
Northampton resident Barbara Madeloni has assumed the presidency of the Massachusetts Teachers Association.
The region could be seeing some severe weather today.
The body of a homeless man has been pulled from the Westfield River in Westfield.
A federal judge has ruled the Holyoke Geriatric Authority is a public agency and not entitled to Chapter 11 bankruptcy protections.
Montague Selectmen have reaffirmed their opposition to a proposed Franklin County natural gas pipeline.
The suspect in a deadly Holyoke stabbing has pleaded not guilty to murder.
An Amherst man has been arrested in connection with a series of house breaks in Leverett and Shutesbury.
The Stanley Cup is coming to Franklin County.
A Fitchburg man is recovering after falling 30 feet into the Deerfield River. It happened Sunday evening near the Stillwater bridge.
Clarkdale Fruit Farm in Deerfield has become ground zero for anti-pipeline protesters.
A Holyoke father of two is dead after a broad daylight stabbing late Sunday morning.
At the onset of mosquito season, Amherst is already at moderate risk of seeing EEE, according to the state's Department of Public Health.
Several people are facing charges after an investigation by Franklin County House of Corrections officers uncovered a conspiracy to smuggle Suboxone into that facility.
A Southampton man who allegedly exposed himself to two women at Puffer's Pond in Amherst has denied charges of open and gross lewdness.
The city of Holyoke is trying to prevent the Holyoke Geriatric Authority from being granted bankruptcy protection.
A Springfield native has been selected to lead the new UMass downtown Springfield satellite center.