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A Northampton city councilor at the center of the local debate on institutional racism received strong support from residents at lat night's council meeting.
Proponents of a downtown Northampton affordable housing project will have to wait until next month for a final decision from the city council.
Northampton City Council and School Committee members will continue to be eligible to receive city health benefits after a council vote.
A key member of Greenfield Mayor Bill Martin's economic team has been put on paid administrative leave, but no one's saying why.
An Easthampton developer has secured a derelict property following an order from the city's building inspector
UMass Amherst is ending it's campus police program that used students as confidential informants in drug investigations.
Hampshire County has landed a half million dollar grant for a new coalition to fight opioid addiction.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno is protesting the state's plan to relocate 175 homeless families from hotels in Holyoke and Chicopee to Forest Park.
Towns and cities across Western Mass are getting notice of state funds to fix local roads.
High Street in Holyoke will open to traffic again today after progress is made in Essex House demolition.
Pioneer Valley climate activists are joining their counterparts nationwide in asking President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.
A Greenfield juvenile has been arrested after being found in possession of a sawed off shotgun.
Bill Cosby will not be doing a stand-up comedy show in Worcester next month.
A Springfield man is behind bars after threatening a store clerk with a knife.
Southampton police are investigating a car crash that involved a school bus Tuesday.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has discussed the state's budget deficit with leaders including Senate President Stan Rosenberg, who says new taxes would be a last option
Climate protesters in Northampton will add their voices to a national day of action
A young girl who fell off of a chair lift at Berkshire East is expected to recover
OSHA has issued fines for the second time to a Salem-based contractor working in Easthampton
A former South Hadley man has pleaded guilty to embezzling from his high school classmate's memorial fund