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A UMass senior has filed a civil rights lawsuit against Amherst police who arrested him at last year's Blarney Blowout.
A taxpayer watchdog group says Massachusetts could be facing a budget shortfall of up to $1.5 billion, nearly double previous estimates.
The search for a new UMass President officially begins this week with a search committee meeting in Boston.
A 24-year-old woman is dead after a single-car crash in Bernardston.
Outdoor construction of the Nashawannuck Pond boardwalk in Easthampton continues throughout the winter.
A Granby man who admitted to child porn charges and hacking college student computers to get their pictures has been sent to prison.
Some potentially disturbing news today regarding the Greenfield School Department's "expanded learning time" program.
A Hatfield man has been indicted on motor vehicle homicide charges.
The fire chief in Worthington has stepped down during an investigation by the Attorney General's office.
If you saw Paul McCartney skiing at Bromley Mountain in Vermont on Sunday, you were not imagining things.
Supporters of Adams Donut Shop in Greenfield have announced another "cash mob" event this Saturday.
Cathedral and Holyoke Catholic High Schools will be merged according to Springfield Bishop Mitchell Rozanski.
UMass football players were among those involved in an out-of-control party in Hadley over the weekend.
Federal regulators have approved a merger between Greenfield Cooperative bank and Northampton Cooperative Bank.
Two teenage boys from Southampton and Worthington have been arrested after being found with stolen power tools.
Massachusetts Health Connector is extending hours and adding workers at its walk-in and call centers ahead of Monday's deadline to complete an application and pick a health plan.
Police issue warning after a Northampton resident is victimized by a check scam.
A West Springfield woman has been indicted for motor vehicle homicide while under the influence of drugs.
The mayor of Holyoke is suggesting that if Boston is awarded the 2024 Olympics, his city should be tapped to host volleyball matches.
Marijuana fans converged on Boston this weekend for a two-day convention about all things pot-related.