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Up to six inches of snow expected in Massachusetts this week
In Boston, Worcester and Springfield, two to three inches are expected. Little to no snow accumulation is expected on the Cape and islands.
Police Find Loaded Gun During Traffic Stop: 3 Arrested
WORCESTER, MA—Three face charges of carrying a gun without a license, and one faces an extra charge of armed career criminal after a traffic stop over the weekend in the Main South area.
Child exploitation, sex trafficking a growing problem in western Massachusetts
She described it as the toughest conversation she has ever had with her daughter, and one that she'll never forget. "It was confusing, it was scary... I was more scared for her and her future and how it would affect her."
Wrong-Way OUI Driver Crashes Into 3 Cars, Including Cruiser: MSP
SPRINGFIELD, MA — Two people, including a state police trooper, were injured when a wrong-way drunk driver struck three vehicles on I-91 Tuesday night, police said. The West Springfield man behind the wheel was arrested, but avoided injury despite his pickup truck rolling over.
Lisa Ziegert murder case: Hearing postponed on request for DNA, handwriting sample from suspect Gary Schara
SPRINGFIELD -- A hearing scheduled for Thursday in the murder case of Gary Schara, accused in the 1992 slaying of Lisa Ziegert in Agawam, has been postponed.
Here’s a look inside one of the recreational marijuana dispensaries opening soon in Massachusetts
Two medical marijuana dispensaries — Cultivate in Leicester and New England Access Treatment, or NETA, in Northampton — became the first Bay State establishments toget their final retail licenses last month. However, the dispensaries can’t open until they get their inventory tested by the aforementi
Lord & Taylor resolves allegations of racial profiling following AG investigation
BOSTON– Lord & Taylor will hire an expert consultant to review and improve its shoplifting prevention policies and procedures, train its staff, and pay $100,000 to resolve an investigation into racial discrimination, Attorney General Maura Healey announced today.
Parts of northern New England hit with heavy, wet snow
SHARON, Vt. (AP) — More than 6 inches (15 centimeters) of heavy, wet snow fell in parts of northern New England on Tuesday in one of the first significant snowfalls of the season.
6 maps predicting how much snow will fall in Massachusetts later this week
Meteorologist David Epstein says the precipitation, which will include sleet and rain in parts of Massachusetts, will change to a cold rain Friday during the day before skies clear for the weekend.
Bail set for Holyoke man accused of making machine gun in basement
SPRINGFIELD -- A prosecutor on Tuesday described Edward Laboursoliere as a dangerous man, recommending a bail amount of $100,000 for the 50-year-old Holyoke resident accused of making a machine gun in his basement.
Greenfield breaks through, beats Oakmont to reach state Division 2 field hockey final
After having its season ended each of the past two seasons in the MIAA Division 2 semifinal round, Greenfield High School exorcised some demons Tuesday night. Hickey buried a pair of second-half goals, and the Green Wave punched their ticket to their first state title game in nearly two decades than
Man struck, killed by commuter rail train in Waltham
Detectives are continuing to investigate what happened, but foul play isn’t suspected, according to police.
2 Western Massachusetts residents arrested on drug charges following state police stop in Fitchburg
Robert Ortiz, 28, of Erving, and Kishania Vega-Martine, 28, of Turners Falls, were taken into custody after troopers found 48 grams of heroin, 8 grams of cocaine, two pills and a bag with green vegetable matter during the stop, according to a release by Massachusetts State Police.
First Widespread Snow Of Season Coming Late Thursday Into Friday
BOSTON (CBS) - And away we go. It has been 221 days since we last uttered that magical 4 letter word...that word that stirs up so much emotion. For some, it is reason for celebration, while for others, it just brings feelings of pain and depression. SNOW is back in the forecast. Before you lose your
Winter's Worst: Dangerous and damaging ice
When that ice forms on the roads it's called black ice and it can make for extremely dangerous driving conditions.There are tires you can get, however, that will help you drive in icy conditions.
27-year-old man fatally shot in Brockton, DA says
A 27-year-old man was shot and killed in Brockton on Monday, officials said.The victim was shot on Keith Avenue just before 6:30 p.m., according to the Bristol District Attorney's office.Authorities have not yet identified the victim.Brockton police and the district attorney's office did not release
Fitchcbug man faces gun charges after traffic stop
Shavar A. Bellamy, 32, found in possession of a Colt .380 pistol, was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of ammunition without a permit and possession of a firearm without a license, according to a State Police press release.
DUI Checkpoint this Weekend in Worcester – This Week In Worcester
WORCESTER – The Massachusetts State Police [MSP] have announced that there will be a sobriety checkpoint next weekend in Worcester County from Friday evening Nov. 16, into Saturday morning, Nov. 17.
Country Inn restaurant in Warren abruptly closes
The Country Inn on Market Street was among properties managed by The Jan Companies of Cranston, which dates back to 1969 in Rhode Island as the first holder of a Burger King franchise. In 2001, the company acquired regional diner-and-milkshake chain Newport Creamery, and the company now owns and man
Western Massachusetts man, 75, indicted for murder of wife
Jonathan Kastberg, 75, a resident of the town of Holland, previously pleaded not guilty in July in Palmer District Court to murder and violation of an abuse prevention order. The indictments for both those charges move the case to Hampden Superior Court.