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The state Department of Public Utilities has ordered Eversource and National Grid to reimburse customers who were hit with a one-time electric rate recalculation for switching carriers in an attempt to avoid large rate hikes imposed by those companies.
A number of cases of antibiotic-resistant bacteria have been reported at the Westfield Youth Service Center.
The Rivers Park Pool was supposed to close for the year on Sunday, but due to the forecast, the city's Parks and Recreation Department decided to keep the pool open between 1pm and 5pm this week.
After a weekend hiking accident in Ashfield, a 13-year-old boy was helicoptered to Baystate Medical Center after sliding 80 feet down steep slope at Chapel Brook Reservation.
Officials say state child welfare workers visited the Massachusetts foster home of a 2-year-old girl three days before her death, but did not disclose the reason for the visit or what was found.
Easthampton Police are asking the public's help in catching an armed robber who held up the F.L. Roberts Mobil Station on Northampton Street at gunpoint at around 11pm on Friday night.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has ordered that speed limits on I-91 in Springfield be reduced from 50mph to 40 miles per hour beginning Tuesday.
The hearing is the continuation of a July discussion on the Five College Consortium's planned library annex set to be constructed on an empty parcel of land between North Maple Street and Rocky Hill Road.
A renewed focus on Planned Parenthood is highlighting Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's strong support of the group
Two Cape Cod beaches closed after visitors spotted a great white shark biting a seal and spitting it back out onto the beach
Senate President Stan Rosenberg will host a public comment session on the Kinder Morgan project September 10th at GCC
James Ainsworth was high on heroin when his SUV slammed into a motorcycle, killing Edward McGrath of Holyoke and his daughter Brittany
Two restaurants and a package store received the warnings this week from South Hadley Selectmen after they were caught selling to underage customers
The comments generated at the meeting will be added to Deerfield's report to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Rosenberg has written to the company, demanding that it lift the moratorium because of its impact on the local economy
Chris Duval has been issued a cease-and-desist order by the town of Williamsburg, which is denying his CRV Metalworks a special permit
Police say many of the ten bikes stolen had been left unchained
A piece of metal from the building was delivered to the town's Fire Department
A Hatfield man who crashed his car, killing one of his best friends, has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail
Massachusetts social workers say the case of a slain Vermont DCF worker highlights the dangers they face every day