“On Point” heroin was seized on Wednesday after police arrested a suspected drug dealer and customer near Stearns Square in Springfield.
Springfield Police say they’re working to make sure crime doesn’t peak when MGM Springfield opens, but some are worried.
The Springfield Rescue Mission was ordered to pay more than $200K in property taxes. 22News explains why they could be forced to pay up.
A man arrested after his wife was found dead in their Mass. home has been ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing.
Police in Sunderland are searching for a burglary suspect who broke into the Sunderland Market in the Squire Village Plaza, Thursday morning…
Springfield Police detectives were trying to find out who fired several gunshots in a Mason Square neighborhood Thursday night.
Authorities are looking for a man who opened fire at a Salem police officer but missed
One of the suspects was arraigned Thursday in Springfield District Court, while police still search for the other.
Hampden County DA’s Office announced the name of the 69-year-old man who died in a house fire in Palmer’s Bondsville neighborhood.
Protesting UMass students continued on Thursday to pressure the university on how to invest their endowment money.
Police are working on a way to stop distracted driving, and find out if you were on the phone during a car accident.
Thursday Governor Charlie Baker approved millions of dollars to go toward road construction projects this season.
The Massachusetts Registry of motor vehicles wants to simplify your license renewal process.
Springfield’s still struggling to figure out how to enforce the city residency rule for six ranking fire officials.
The Muslim community came together Thursday night to learn about their protected rights, among growing anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Protesters calling for pay of $15 an hour and a union were at McDonald’s restaurants around the country and overseas Thursday.
Long Island driver, Timmy Solomito of Islip, New York, started Icebreaker in 13th, put on a thrilling performance for the win.
Rep. Frank Smizik’s bill would specify that public beaches shifting as a result of coastal erosion, sea-level rise or the drying up of “grea…
The study released Thursday, which compared insurance claims to e-health records, found major gaps in the population it reviewed.
Humanoid smartphone “RoBoHon” can recognize its owner’s face and engage in conversations.