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Massachusetts-based Kayem Foods is recalling more than 59,000 pounds of chicken sausage, because the meat may be contaminated with bits of plastic.
An ambitious plan to redevelop the former Clark School for the Deaf into luxury apartments is officially dead.
Amherst has abandoned plans to build a solar farm on its old landfill.
A Holyoke homeless hotel will be torn down and turned into an Applebee’s.
An on-line fundraising campaign has been launched for the family of a man killed in motorcycle crash in Westhampton.
Senate President Stan Rosenberg says the state should take steps to keep Narcan affordable.
A 28-year-old man from Gill is dead in an ATV accident.
Bridge Road between Hatfield and King Street will be closed to eastbound traffic this week.
Local runners are back home after a cold and wet Boston Marathon.
Mountain Road (Route 141) will be closed during the day for most of next week so city and state crews can clean up the remaining debris from last October's microburst.
Bay State Repeal has filed a draft ballot initiative petition with the Attorney General’s office.
A Sunday morning crash in Hadley has sent a 73-year-old Belchertown man to the hospital.
It was another tough weekend for brush fires in the area.
Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts crowded on the Amherst Town Common for the 24th--and possibly the last--"Extravaganja Festival."
The city of Northampton is close to becoming the first Pioneer Valley community to ban the use of single-layer plastic bags.
Northampton city councilors have opened debate on an ordinance which would reduce the amount of money municipal candidates could accept from individual donors.
Northampton residents will continue to pay the same water and sewer rates next year
Holyoke Police are wrapping up Operation Full Throttle. Over the last two weeks police made more than 200 arrests.
Amherst and Greenfield are among nine communities statewide to receive grants through the "Massachusetts Downtown Initiative."
Gov. Charlie Baker is calling on members of the board that oversees the MBTA to resign.