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A teenager from Hampden is dead after being shot at a Springfield housing project
Candidates for the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire Senate seat will debate this week in Easthampton
Governor Patrick is back in Boston after visiting Springfield to campaign for Martha Coakley
The confidential police informant program at UMass-Amherst will undergo new scrutiny. Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy has named an 11-member working group…
Amherst Police are investigating a vandalism incident at the high school’s soccer field. Police were called to the school shortly…
A Northampton man has been arraigned on drug trafficking charges in northeastern Massachusetts. Dean Colpak was arrested Wednesday in…
Mountain Road in Easthampton remains impassable Thursday morning, and officials say it won't re-open until around noon on Friday
The owners of a popular ski area have now added a restaurant to their holdings.
A controversial mural will find a new home outside Holyoke City Hall
An Easthampton woman is being held without bail after allegedly threatening to kill her next-door neighbor with a kitchen knife
Precision manufacturing in Western Mass was in the spotlight yesterday as two members of the Obama administration visited the region
A state of emergency has been declared in Easthampton. Mountain Road is expected to be closed for the next 48 hours as homeowners and residents survey the damage from severe storms
New England's largest colleges reported about 40 percent more sexual assaults last year when compared to 2012
A Turners Falls woman is getting one more chance to save her dog after it attacked two mail carriers.
The liquor license for the Apollo Grill has been transferred to the owner of the Eastworks building
A large stuffed rooster has been stolen from the Amherst Farm Winery
Thirty-seven cats rescued from a squalid apartment in Springfield are available for adoption
A Massachusetts doctor who is back in the hospital this weekend after being successfully treated for the Ebola virus last month does not have the virus.
District Attorney David Sullivan is apparently re-opening his investigation into the death of a UMass student
The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company has been granted permission to use an "expedited" filing process with FERC