The 5th annual Flag Day Second Amendment Rally drew hundreds to talk about how to defend your second amendment rights.
Ongoing violence has Pittsfield residents coming together to encourage the youth to get off the streets.
For every child who dies from drowning, another five are taken to the ER for injuries that can cause brain damage, or other long term disabilities.
Keynote speaker Governor Charlie Baker and others highlighted the importance of higher education and housing opportunities to support the region's economy.
Both branches of the Massachusetts Legislature have now signed off on bills that would create a new judicial process designed to temporarily take guns away from dangerous individuals.
May 2018 was the warmest May on record in 124 years.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting a near or above normal Atlantic hurricane season for 2018.
Last month we had below normal rainfall and now some parts of the state are experiencing drier than normal conditions.
The project was announced at the start of an international summit on climate change Thursday in Boston.
The biggest shopping center in Berkshire County could soon be forced to close its doors.
The task force released a report last week after traveling the state, and hearing from chambers of commerce and business owners
New research suggests driver cell phone use has gone up in Massachusetts over the past year.
The Easthampton woman is facing three counts of misleading a police officer.
The Holyoke man alleges that the February 2015 stop in Pittsfield went beyond what was allowed by law.
Girls on the Run is a physical activity based program that uses fun running games and discussions to teach life skills to girls in grades 3rd through 8th.
More than half a million devices have been compromised, and officials are worried more will likely be targeted over the next few weeks.
Authorities say the Savoy man attempted to kiss and touched the student's buttocks starting when the child was in the third grade.
Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and sadly, also the start of the 100 Deadliest Days for teen drivers.
The legislation authorizes $1.8 billion in new capital spending.