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The owner of O‚ÄôConnell Home Care has announced he‚Äôs running for Mayor of Holyoke.
NORTHAMPTON-A $500,000¬†dollar check was presented to the Hampshire Council of Governments by the Western Mass Congressional Delegation were part of…
A Florence man is being held without bail until his trial on arson charges.
Organizers of tomorrow's 34th annual Noho Pride parade say it'll be a day of celebration as well as a time to focus on the unfinished work of equal rights.
A second person has died as the result of an accident on Route 5 in Holyoke last night.
The president of the Holyoke Teachers Union says he‚Äôs ‚Äúoutraged‚ÄĚ that the state will be taking over the failing public schools.
Former Westfield State College President Evan Dobelle has reached a settlement with the state attorney general.
Some elderly people are not happy with Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz‚Äô plan to move the Parks and Recreation department to the Senior Center.
Some batches of heroin going around are laced with Fentanyl.
The UMass Board of Trustees is set to name a new president for the university system.
The House has voted to soften the impact of a new law requiring motorists to turn on headlights when they're operating their windshield wipers.
Easthampton City Councilor Jennifer Hayes has announced she's running for a second term.
Springfield Police Commissioner John Barbieri will take part in a public conversation about relationships between police and minorities.
A Northampton man with Alzheimer‚Äôs was found Monday after disappearing for four hours.
A Greenfield teenager has been arrested with LSD, cocaine, and ketamine.