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The State Police Bomb Squad determined the package above the door at Casa Del Sol was a speaker wrapped in plastic.
The woman was hit as she crossed Appleton and High streets at around seven Tuesday night.
McGovern added that the United States has always stepped up to help the most vulnerable victims of war, and the Syrian crisis is no different.
Baystate Health Systems has announced plans to end inpatient service at Mary Lane Hospital, effective next spring.
An administrator at South Hadley High School received a suspicious envelope with other envelopes inside and several stamps.
Geoffrey Kravitz will begin his duties early in the new year
Fire Chief Tim Nelson believes the recent increased potency of heroin may be an unintended consequence of drug trafficking arrests
Michael Cieboter was sentenced to 18-months probation for sending the picture of his buttocks to a sixth-grader
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a brush fire that broke out Monday near some railroad tracks in Deerfield
Over 27 overdoses have been reported since Thursday, a few of them fatal.
Those in attendance said the tragedy has had a profound effect on them, even though it happened far from our shores.
The man was pruning a tree in front of his Oakman Street home when a large branch struck him in the head according to Montague Police.
Police say the students meant no harm when they placed box cameras in several downtown locations.
Police say a light-skinned man with blue eyes walked handed a teller a note and escaped with an amount of cash from the Northampton office of the Greenfield Savings Bank shortly after two.
The Greenfield School Committee has announced that the federal probe is related to alleged misuse of federal food reimbursement money.
45-year-old Daniel Lorenz pleaded guilty to one count of federal child porn possession according to U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz.
November 18 at four pm marks the start of the public presentation MGM officials will make at City Stage.
Meehan says he'd like more state funding for UMass, and after some wrangling with Senate President Stan Rosenberg, he was granted an extra $10.9 million to fund faculty raises.
About 200 Smith students, faculty and staff stood in front of the Campus Center to call attention to what they say is racism on campus
Finance Director Sanford Pooler is leaving early next year