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Governor Patrick has refiled legislation to lift the state's liquor license cap.
A woman is dead and her driver badly injured after a head-on crash on Route 2.
Five communities are under a mandatory water restriction.
The Springfield group Arise for Social Justice is demonstrating in solidarity with Ferguson, Missouri.
Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to spare.
Prosecutors say four men charged with raping a UMass student in her Amherst dorm room in October 2012 should be tried together.
Western Mass is drying off after yesterday's flash floods.
A backyard chicken case is making its way through Hampshire Superior Court.
The legendary Bread & Puppet Theater brings a performance of its classic work "Fire" to Park Hill Orchards in Easthampton tonight.
The Amherst Carriage Shops will soon be no more.
The Northampton City Council will decide Thursday whether to accept 13 private streets as public ways.
Catholics in Western Massachusetts have a new bishop.
A man and woman were sent to the hospital and two lanes on I-91 in Hatfield were shut down after a two car crash late last night.
Easthampton police are investigating a rollover crash last night.
A 16-year-old Holyoke girl is hospitalized after a jet ski accident on the Connecticut River.
A massive fire at Southpoint Apartments in Amherst was caused by unattended cooking.
Amtrak passenger service will be ready to roll by New Year's. That's according to track owners Pan Am.
Holyoke continues to be number one in the state for its teen pregnancy rate.
Over 40 residents of Greenfield's Weldon Building crowded into a town hall meeting room last night to express their concerns to the Human Rights Commission about a repair project which will disable the building's elevator for several weeks.
More than fifty people are homeless after a massive fire in Amherst.