The partial federal government shutdown is riling witches and visitors alike in the Massachusetts city that held the notorious witch trials of 1692, where officials have lined up dozens of volunteers and some portable toilets to replace services lost when the National Park Service closed its visitor center.
Workers helped hundreds of tourists outside of the visitor center in Salem on the first day of the government shutdown. Hundreds of thousands flock to the area for Halloween festivities that start this week.
Police in New York have arrested a man who was wanted for slashing two people on a Salem State University shuttle bus.
Voters in several Massachusetts cities are heading to the polls to whittle down the number of candidates running for mayor.
When Gordon College agreed to book an acoustic act to play at the school-managed Old Town Hall historical building in Salem, officials at the small Christian college admit they didn’t know what they were getting into.
A shelter in Salem has taken in more than two dozen dogs from Florida after a hoarding arrest.
The WBZ Kidcast Mobile Studio was at The Salem Jazz and Soul Festival on August 18th, 2013!
A scientific search party fanned out today along the Massachusetts coast looking for unwanted and potentially dangerous visitors.
Police are looking for a small, dark Honda or Mazda that left the scene of a fatal pedestrian collision Saturday morning.
The Massachusetts city famous for the Witch Trials of 1692 is bracing itself for an influx of emergency workers.