The single-engine plane had to make an emergency landing on the sandbar Tuesday, after the pilot reported engine trouble.
There may be a healthy aspect to our dry summer. 22News explains why we’re seeing fewer ticks.
Holyoke Police Narcotics seized more than 2,000 bags of heroin, Wednesday morning, after a drug bust on Maple Street.
Police arrested three people Wednesday morning for allegedly breaking into homes in Easthampton over the past several weeks.
Springfield police hope you recognize two women who allegedly took a wallet that contained a lot of money.
South Hadley police are hoping you can help them identify two suspects accused of breaking into locked cars at a golf course.
A hit-and-run accident that happened in front of an off-duty Westfield police officer led to the arrest of a Westfield woman.
A probation sentence has sparked outrage across the U.S., and now thousands want a judge at Palmer District Court to step down.
Two Massachusetts men have been sentenced to prison for attempting to rob a West Springfield convenience store.
With the help of two bystanders, a Connecticut State Police trooper successfully freed a man trapped inside a burning car.
Representatives from Springfield’s Department of Veterans’ Services held informational sessions for veterans and their families.
Dozens of children will start school in Springfield this month with new supplies, new winter coats and for some a new look.
Superior Court judges Kimberly Budd and David Lowy were sworn in by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker during a private ceremony.
Gov. Charlie Baker will spend his day Thursday in western Massachusetts, where he will visit a Berkshire distillery.
A nine-year-old child with a pacemaker was prevented from flying home because TSA thought his pacemaker was a bomb.
Jimmy Garoppolo entered training camp last month knowing that for the first time he was preparing for his first NFL regular-season start.
His message is blunt and there has been no shortage of controversy since he said African Americans live in poverty and have no jobs or good …
Some moms in Connecticut are using back to school as an opportunity to clean out their kids closets and make some money.
Technology makes it easy for a bully to go beyond the classroom and into a child’s life and sometimes it is even more traumatic.
Fifty-nine percent of respondents rated general business conditions in their area as “normal,” with 31 percent saying conditions were “good”…