A woman from Worcester County has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus, the state’s Department of Public Health announced on Monday.
Beth from Sterling asked, “I’ve noticed black bird feeder contraptions, they’re attached to trees, but there are no birds. What are they?”
August 6, 2011 In an effort to help those affected by the severe storms and tornados in Hampden and Worcester counties on June 1st, the Federal and Massachusetts Emergency Management Agencies known as “FEMA” and […]
A 7-year-old boy who nearly drowned in an outdoor swimming pool at St. John’s High School last week died Monday night.
Tornado ravaged towns in western Massachusetts are hoping to get federal assistance, but some communities could get left out.
A Webster man charged with killing his wife was ordered held without bail Wednesday.
Unitil, the public utility that took heat for leaving many ratepayers in the cold after the 2008 ice storm in north central Massachusetts, is advising customers in that area to prepare for ice-rated power outages tomorrow.