Local and state police are investigating the death of a 42-year-old Clarksburg man, who is the husband of Joanne Ringer.
A 19-year-old woman was identified as the victim of the deadly car crash in Deerfield that happened Thursday night.
A 30-year-old Athol man was indicted on a murder charge Friday in connection with the death Isaiah Buckner.
The MassDEP is looking to determine which of Westfield’s wells have high levels of a perfluorinated chemical, also known as PFC’s.
Massachusetts is one of three states where a driver’s license can be suspended if you’re caught littering.
The Norfolk County District Attorney’s office held a news conference, showing images of a sweatshirt, bracelet, and ring.
The father accused of killing his girlfriend and then kidnapping their young daughter is on his way back to Connecticut.
The state’s highest court has rejected the arguments of Benjamin Sanchez, sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 killing of Ana Cruz.
An Ohio man has pleaded not guilty to chasing a family member with a hatchet.
While most major crossings feature flashing lights and arms that block the roadway, some crossings do not have such features.
The historic Yankee Pedlar in Holyoke will likely be demolished to make way for a new PeoplesBank financial center.
Westfield State University students had a goal of raising more than $50,000 for cancer research, Friday night, during the Relay for Life eve…
The money raised from the Relay For Life event will going directly to the American Cancer Society.
This was the 5th year of the event, in which the proceeds go towards the advocacy programs and services of Friends of Children.
A Southern California police department is looking to cut down on high speed police chases.
A new survey finds that regular use of alcohol among older populations has risen in the past 20 years.
A Uber driver charged with pointing a gun at a passenger during a dispute over smoking marijuana in his car has pleaded not guilty.
One of Tom Brady’s two Super Bowl jerseys that were recovered is going on display at the New England Patriots’ Hall of Fame.
Nearly 6,800 U.S. postal service workers were attacked last year while out delivering mail.