Police officers, friends and family gathered to mourn the loss of Officer Ronald Tarentino on Thursday, who was killed in the line of duty.
Mass. abolished the death penalty in 1984, but Gov. Baker wants to see that change, after several officers were killed in the line of duty.
Three houses on Clark Street were damaged on Thursday, after a fire started on a front porch. One firefighter was taken to the hospital.
Two Holyoke men were arrested in connection with the deadly shooting in Springfield; the City’s first homicide of 2016.
A man from Springfield was arraigned on Thursday for allegedly selling heroin and crack cocaine in the summer of 2013.
Chicopee teachers and school officials will be losing their jobs, as an attempt to close a nearly $5-million budget deficit.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo said residents will likely get to vote on whether to lift the charter school cap on the November ballot.
Springfield residents rallied in opposition Thursday night to a proposed wood-burning biomass plant on Page Boulevard.
A tattoo artist works right across the street from where the panhandler sits. He became outraged when he saw the man get into a newer truck.
A Connecticut man was sentenced on Thursday in U.S. District Court in Springfield in connection with distributing marijuana.
Springfield Police arrested a 17-year-old Wednesday night for allegedly shooting a handgun in the middle of Girard Avenue.
In what can only be described as a heist. 30 massive, extremely heavy benches, 22 feet long were stolen when the building was vacant.
Massachusetts is considering a plan to bring passenger rail service from Springfield to Boston, and improving the current service.
The company that was looking to build a marijuana cultivation facility in the Town of Ludlow has pulled out.
South Hadley residents say they’re concerned about driver and pedestrian safety at a busy intersection in town.
Attorney General Maura Healy announced on Thursday that Massachusetts electric rate payers are getting back more than $3-million.
Health officials fear that if the resistance spreads to other bacteria, the U.S. may see supergerms impervious to all known antibiotics.
Federal health officials on Thursday approved an innovative new option for Americans struggling with addiction to heroin.
Trump passed the magic number, 1237 delegates needed to ensure a first ballot nomination at the July republican convention.
Donald Trump might not want Muslims to come to America, but he still wants their money.