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Holyoke Shooting Suspect Held on High Bail

A man accused of firing bullets into a Holyoke apartment is behind bars on 50-thousand-dollars bail


UMass Student Charged in Racist Graffiti Case

A UMass student from North Andover has been arrested and ordered to stay away from campus


Deceased UMass Student Identified

UMass has identified the woman found dead in the McNamara dormitory

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Gov. Patrick In Amherst and Springfield

Governor Patrick will discuss economic developments with visits to Amherst and Springfield Tuesday


Montague Man Charged in Home Invasion

A Montague man has been arrested in connection with a home invasion in Hadley

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Keene Sets up Task Force After Pumpkin Fest Violence

Police in Keene, New Hampshire are setting up a task force to investigate violent disturbances near the city's annual pumpkin festival


Northampton Business Legend Dan Yacuzzo Dies

Prominent Northampton business person Dan Yacuzzo has died. Yacuzzo¬†was the former owner of The Eastside Grille and former director of…

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Northampton OKs Spending On Florence Fields

The Northampton City Council has approved more than 160-thousand to help build a pavilion at Florence Fields

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Hearing Set on Northampton City Hall Shakeup

Northampton residents with opinions about Mayor Narkewicz' plan to reorganize city government will have a chance to weigh in


Armed Home Invasion in Hadley

An 18-year-old Amherst man is under arrest after an armed home invasion in Hadley


Massachusetts Gets Fuel Assistance Money

Massachusetts will get 132-million in federal fuel assistance to help low-income households pay their home heating bills


Tractor Parade Planned For Sunday

The Hampshire County Farm Bureau is planning a 32-mile tractor parade through four towns


CT Hospital Admits Patient With Ebola-like Symptoms

Yale-New Haven Hospital admitted a patient late Wednesday night for evaluation of Ebola-like symptoms

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Lawmakers to hold public hearing on Ebola response

A legislative panel is trying to determine if Massachusetts is ready to deal with Ebola.


Greenfield Councilors Debate Free Cash

The Greenfield Town Council has put the brakes on a portion of the mayor's plan to set aside nearly $3-point-3 million dollars in 2014 budget surplus money

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Students Divided Over Racism on UMass Campus

Is racism a problem on the UMass campus? It depends on who you ask


Holyoke Mayor Shocked Over Shooting Suspect’s Low Bail

Holyoke's mayor says he's shocked that a man with a long history of gun offenses, who's now accused of firing shots into a home, has been released on just 500-dollars bail


Pelham Votes to Oppose Pipeline

Pelham is the latest Western Mass. community to officially come out against the proposed Kinder Morgan gas pipeline


Vibrant Sidewalks On The Agenda

"Vibrant Sidewalks" are back on the Northampton City Council agenda


Racist Vandalism Targets Two Umass Students

Officials and police at UMass are investigating an act of racist vandalism targeting two students

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