City officials met with residents to address the continued late night “quality of life” disruptions in Pine Point.
The cost to register your pet depends on the city or town you live in, so check with your local town clerk.
Dispatch received multiple calls for a plane that sounded like it was having motor troubles.
The downpour slowed Traffic on Route 20 in Westfield.
The two largest daily fantasy sports companies have decided that now is not the best time to merge, avoiding a federal antitrust challenge.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 10,000 people were killed by drunk drivers in 2015.
The Department of Homeland Security says it’s the only way to successfully expand a program that tracks nonimmigrant foreigners.
The amputation kits were owned by Dr. John Warren, a Continental Army surgeon and a founder of Harvard Medical School.
The U.S. Justice Department said 45-year-old Furvio Flete-Garcia, of Lawrence, admitted guilt during his trial.
It’s one of 180 lots linked to space travel that Sotheby’s is auctioning off to mark the 48th anniversary of the pioneer lunar landing.
The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York said the 46-year-old rapper from Yonkers, New York took various steps to conceal his…
In some Massachusetts towns, it takes an average of more than 60 days to process a firearm application.
Costs to go to college in Massachusetts continue to rise. 22News explains a state proposal to make higher education more affordable.
Could you go two months without a paycheck? The 22News I-Team reveals why that’s become the norm for a group of state funded lawyers.
The FBI and state police from Massachusetts and Pennsylvania gathered at the Dartmouth home of the wife of fugitive Donald Eugene Webb.
The Springfield Fire Department uses a boat launch to deal with flood emergencies.
22News explains a proposal to help the state’s service men and women get around.
“Phase two” construction causing delays for Springfield drivers.
22News explains a proposal to crack down on drug possession as the state continues to battle a deadly opioid addiction crisis.
More than 400 people enjoyed food and entertainment at their Chicopee complex on Thursday.