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Police say a man experiencing a medical condition may have triggered the crash which forced the closure of Route 202.
It was apparently a good year for the State Lottery.
The practice of "shark finning" is now illegal in Massachusetts.
A former JV volleyball coach at a Western Mass high school has pleaded not guilty to having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl.
A new in-patient detox center is in the works for Franklin County.
A third lawsuit has been filed in connection with the alleged mishandling of remains at a now-closed South Hadley Funeral home.
Police are investigating the theft of a camera belonging to a former foreign war correspondent.
A massive overnight fire has destroyed a large luxury home.
A historic barn will remain standing for at least a little while longer.
The chairman of the Gill Board of Selectmen is calling for a push for greater safety measures along the French King Bridge.
Officials are developing a future re-use plan for the Lunt Field complex off Kenwood Street.
A new Cooley Dickinson Hospital Cancer Center is two hundred thousand dollars closer to becoming a reality.
Police are investigating a break-in at the North Pleasant Street Carriage Shops property.
The death of a Hadley dachshund has prompted officials to issue a warning regarding coyotes.
A man has been ordered held without bail on attempted murder charges.
UMass Amherst is mourning the death of it's men's soccer coach.
A fruit recall is affecting produce sold at Stop & Shop and Big Y stores in Massachusetts.
Police are investigating a pair of home invasions.
Northampton city officials say the discovery of PCB's at a former King Street Honda site is unlikely to hamper efforts to redevelop that property.
An Amherst apartment dweller has been told to stop keeping wild pigeons inside his home.