Firefighters were able to save several other horses that were inside the barn at Crowley’s Stables, but one did not make it out in time.
Springfield Police are searching for two possible armed suspects after two laundromats were robbed on Tuesday, during the day.
The Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be $454-million for Tuesday night’s drawing, with a cash option of $319-million.
There’s a new tiny homes trend that’s sweeping the country. 22News found out this trend is making its way to western Massachusetts.
No injuries were reported, but customers that use the South Egremont post office will have to use the facility in Great Barrington.
The 22News I-Team went to 10 different liquor stores and discovered you may need to read the fine print to find that perfect wine.
The American Red Cross has issued an emergency request for blood and platelet donations; the summer blood supply is extremely low.
Two local men were arrested early Friday morning, after police responded to calls of two people breaking into vehicles.
While parents watched their children playing soccer at Woronoco Field in Westfield, four of their vehicles were broken into.
The water restriction has been in effect since the beginning of July. The restriction revolves around non-essential outdoor water use.
Within the next year, there could be 51 Syrian refugees living in the City of Northampton.
Wouldn’t it be nice to hop on a train in Springfield, and ride it out to Boston? Well that might happen.
The facility that handles cash for Boston’s transit system is riddled with security weaknesses that pose risks of theft and physical danger.
Almost 800 kids drown every year, in the United States according to Safe Kids Worldwide.
A man is defending a controversial float that pokes fun of President Barack Obama, calling him African
Nameberry released the most popular baby names of 2016, so far.
State police arrested 31-year-old Junior Clarke, of Lawrence, on Saturday on charges of indecent assault and battery and related crimes.
The Transportation Security Administration said that it plans to begin using computed-tomography or CT scanners to inspect carry-on bags.
Credit score plays a huge role in our lives, and if yours isn’t in goo, your chances of getting a home or car loan are at risk.
For those of you trying to keep up with the latest social media trends, here’s a question: Is snapchat still “cool”?