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It’s four more years for Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, who defeated challenger Salvatore Circosta to win a fourth term in office.
Alex Morse will serve as mayor of the city of Holyoke for the next two years, but the city’s next election will be for a four-year term.
The Chicopee mayoral race is a rematch of the city’s election two years ago, and the result has turned out the same.
Brian Sullivan will become Westfield’s new mayor, defeating Michael Roeder in a bid to replace retiring three-term Mayor Daniel Knapik.
Town Attorney William Reichelt has defeated State Representative Michael Finn to become the next mayor of West Springfield
William Martin will lead the Town of Greenfield for the next four years, defeating Patty Morey Walker.
By a convincing margin, City Clerk Linda Tyer has defeated incumbent Pittsfield Mayor Daniel Bianchi.
There was only one name on the ballot for the Agawam mayoral election. 22News spoke with Richard Cohen about his plans after re-election.
Voters in Easthampton have allowed incumbent Mayor Karen Cadieux to continue her work for the next two years.
Ohio votes down legalizing pot for medical, recreational use
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a suspect in a drive-by shooting in downtown Greenfield on Halloween night.
A registered sex offender pleads guilty to persuading a 16-year-old to run away from home to engage in sexual activity in New York.
A businessman operating a warehouse out of Springfield, avoids paying nearly $200,000 in tobacco taxes to Massachusetts.
Several Massachusetts inmates released from prison after sentencing guidelines are revised.
The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline has asked the US government to put its review of the controversial project on hold.
Police investigating the gruesome discovery of a family of four murdered in their home.
Three people hurt when a wall collapses on workers in Merrimac.
A couple became upset after finding out their seats were over booked. Five passengers were removed for trying to stick up for the couple.
Healthcare workers face suspension and possible loss of their license if they don’t seek help for substance abuse problems.