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Legal Action Eyed In Jump Rope Case

The homeless man falsely accused of trying to hang a nine-year-old girl from a tree in Northampton is considering legal action against the Northwestern DA’s Office.

Illegal Alien Faces Child Rape Charges

A former Amherst man is held on 100-thousand-dollars bail after denying that he drugged and raped a teenage girl 13 years ago.

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Another Hollywood Movie Being Filmed in Western Mass

Hollywood is coming back to Western Mass–and this time, you might be able to be a part of it.

Amherst Man Charged With Two Northampton Armed Robberies

Northampton police have arrested a 26-year-old Amherst man in connection with back-to-back armed robberies of two convenience stores overnight.

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Woman Sentenced For Defrauding MassHealth

A Holyoke woman has been sentenced in federal court for defrauding MassHealth

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Homeless Man Free In Cutchins Assault Case

All charges will be dropped against a homeless man accused of tying a nine-year-old girl to a tree off Pomeroy Terrace in Northampton.

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UMass Cancels Party Fearing ‘Molly’

UMass Amherst has canceled an electronic dance party because of concerns over the deadly party drug known as “Molly.”

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West Springfield Rejects Hard Rock Casino

West Springfield voters have rejected a plan by Hard Rock New England to build a casino on the grounds of the Big E.

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Morse Top Fund-Raiser In Holyoke Race

Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse has raised more campaign cash than the other four candidates combined.

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Ehamp Vice Principal Resigns After DUI Conviction

Easthampton Assistant Principal Anne Beauregard has resigned following her third drunk driving conviction.

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Greenfield School Committee Member Dies

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Jeff Cominitz passed away last Thursday. He had been treated at the Baystate oncology unit.

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South Hadey Funeral Home Owner Facing New Charges

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The former owner of a South Hadley funeral home accused of improperly storing dead bodies faces additional embezzlement charges

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Whately Farm Family Sued By Watershed Council

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A Whately farming family is being sued by the CT River watershed council for allegedly violating its federal pollution discharge permit

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New Americans Sworn In At Northampton Courthouse

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Hampshire County has 48 new American citizens sworn in Saturday in a naturalization ceremony

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Greenfield Police Using Facebook To Identify Sex Offenders

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Greenfield Police plan to continue listing information about Level Three sex offenders on the department's Facebook page