Sixty years ago next week, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed by the US government for allegedly selling atomic secrets to the soviets.
A few hundred Northampton residents attended a community concert Sunday to highlight the arts in public education.
A throng of fans lined a side-street of Northampton, Massachusetts to catch a glimpse of local singer Michelle Chamuel, who’s just made it into the finals of the televised singing competition, “The
With so many soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afganistan, the courts are seeing a growing number of criminal and civil cases stemming from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder — from homicide to domes
Massachusetts is the first state to receive federal funding to create what officials are calling a health information exchange.
Massachusetts doctors are reacting to the health cost control bill that has been sent to the governor’s desk.
Now that Massachusetts’ health cost control legislation is all but signed, doctors are stepping back to look at how it’s likely to affect their medical practices.
As Massachusetts’ anti-foreclosure bill heads to the Governor’s desk, some housing advocates are urging him to make it stronger before he signs it.
Anthony Baye, who is accused of arson and murder, was arraigned on 42 counts Thursday in Hampshire County Superior Court in Northampton, Massachusetts.
The recent sanctions against Penn State have focused attention on the institutional fallout of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
The mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts is standing by a newly established needle exchange in the city, after the city council president complained the program was not legally enacted
Holyoke has become the second city in Western Massachusetts to offer needle exchange as a way to reduce infectious disease among drug users.
Folk icon Woody Guthrie would have turned 100 on July 14. To celebrate, the “Guthrie Family Reunion” will sing Saturday at the Green River Festival in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
The Ko Festival of Performance begins its 21st season July 6 at Amherst College.
More than forty percent of all children in Holyoke, Massachusetts are overweight or obese.