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East Longmeadow voters were at the polls on Tuesday, voting on who should sit on the new 7-member Town Council.
Narcotics officers raided a “drug dealing den” on Mill Street in Springfield, Tuesday night, and arrested 2 suspected drug dealers.
Hillary Clinton declared victory Tuesday night in her bruising battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Belchertown Police shut down Barrett Street, early Tuesday night, after a person was found dead in the area.
A section of I-391 north was closed in Chicopee, Tuesday night, after a serious accident near Exit 3.
Agawam Police were called to Walnut Street Monday night, after reports of man attempting to kidnap a child.
The police chief says he’s upset there’s been more debate about what the predator is, than there has been concern for the farmer.
Turners Falls firefighters discovered the body shortly before 8:15 Tuesday morning.
Northampton Police held a class Tuesday night to help residents understand how police respond to resistance.
The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission announced they have several improvement projects in the works that’ll cost about $95M.
HAP Housing is developing a complex known as Library Commons in Holyoke as low income housing for 47 families.
A new report shows American millionaires control nearly two-thirds of the wealth in the United States.
Ludlow’s Council on Aging told the town’s Select Board Tuesday night, the senior center on Chestnut Street is falling apart.
At least five bicyclists have been killed after being hit by a pickup truck north of Kalamazoo.
The Food and Drug Administration warned doctors and patients Tuesday that the drugs can cause potentially deadly heart problems.
Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors, but medical experts say to be on the lookout for ticks.
As Tom Brady awaits the outcome of his latest appeal, Jimmy Garoppolo said his preparation for the season remains unchanged.
The company said Tuesday it’s offering customers refunds for the full purchase price.
Ordnance men and women constantly haul bombs and missiles into elevators to the carrier’s flight deck where they get mounted to the jets.