Athletes suffer different injuries depending on the sport they play.
Chicopee Police, fire department, a tow truck and emergency services responded to the accident.
Police said a motor vehicle stop led to the arrest of three people for trafficking in fentanyl on River Road in Greenfield.
Peter Pan Bus Lines settled a lawsuit after the company was accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
More than 200 people came to Greenfield High School Wednesday night for the City Council vote on a “Safe City” Ordinance.
As many as 600 people attended Sheriff Nick Cocchi’s first annual summer picnic Wednesday.
Clear the Shelters Day is just 3 days away and there are hundreds of pets that need forever homes right here in Western Massachusetts.
Instead of blowing into the ignition interlock, police said he’d been getting his two children, both minors, to blow into the breathalyzer.
It’s time to go back to school, and experts say now is the time for parents to talk with their children about bullies.
A lot has changed in 38 years since the last total solar eclipse in the US.
The 13th annual Grand Slam Parade is back for yet another year with thousands worldwide.
For western Massachusetts, only part of the sun will be blocked by the moon in the middle of the day.
Pittsfield Police said they received calls about a loud bang and someone screaming outside of a home on View Street.
Training camp is easier for Tom Brady at age 40 than it was when he entered the NFL in 2000.
A new program is drawing criticism from the American Medical Association. which believes treatment plans should be left to doctors and their…
Removing the orange tip of an airsoft gun can cause confusion, and danger if you get pulled over by police.
Health care spending makes up 40 percent of the state budget. Lawmakers plan to cut down costs by increasing fees on employers.
Hundreds have gathered at the Springfield Elks Lodge for Sheriff Nick Cocchi’s first annual summer picnic.
Taking your child to get their shots for back to school season just got easier.
Northampton Police and fire will provide motorists, pedestrians and bicyclist information about crossing railroad tracks.