Dozens of businesses and hundreds of people were forced to evacuate from Wednesday’s water main break in downtown Springfield.
A group of local investors have made a bid to move the Portland Pirates to Springfield. The deal is far from done.
Lottery fever is burning hot Wednesday night in western Massachusetts. Click Here to view the winning numbers to the Powerball.
Holyoke Mayor Morse filed a complaint in Superior Court on Wednesday against the company it hired to demolish the Essex House Hotel.
3 people were arrested on Tuesday, and more than 1,000 bags of heroin were seized, after police raided an apartment in Chicopee.
1 of 12 alleged Latin Kings members who were arrested in November of 2015, after a drug investigation by the FBI, pleaded guilty on Wednesda…
An Arizona man accused of luring a Massachusetts boy to have sex has changed his plea to guilty.
Firefighters in Greenfield were working to control a house fire Wednesday night on River Street, near the Barn Grocery Store.
Police in Pittsfield want parents to tell their kids to not make false reports after three separate false reports from children.
The award-winning food at UMass Amherst is putting them in direct competition with the local restaurant industry.
Court documents say Sonja Farak worked while under the influence of methamphetamine, ketamine, cocaine, LSD, and other drugs.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump says that the state also failed to properly pay out benefits to dozens of spouses of pensioners who had died.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University estimate that errors in medical care are responsible for 250,000 deaths each year.
Disturbing new info about the death of Prince, his aides made a desperate phone call to an addiction specialist hours before his death.
Nothing can wipe out a retirement like a health problem. That’s the message from financial advisers when it comes to planning for long-term …
Hadley residents will decide Thursday whether they want to see a new library in town.
One Springfield middle school is pledging to not wear the clothes that cost the blood, sweat, and tears of children.
A key question up for debate is whether doctors who prescribe OxyContin and similar drugs should be required to undergo the training.
Wednesday, researchers at Children’s National Health System reported equipping a robotic arm with tools that let it track moveable tissue –…
Alexandre Daccache is suing developers Ariel Quiros and William Stenger, the financial firm Raymond James, and Joel Burstein, Quiros’ then-s…