The arrests come as part of an effort to crack down on human trafficking and prostitution in Massachusetts.
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Police shot at Jeremy Hollins following a pursuit through a West Springfield condominium complex Sunday morning.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni says that police also seized a loaded gun and 44 rounds of ammunition during a raid Wednesday.
The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office has released the identity of a man killed in a crash on Route 67 Saturday.
A Barre police sergeant says that the bobcat charged at him and another officer, so they shot the animal.
Students got to climb aboard a C-5 cargo plane and see what reservists at Westover do every day.
DPW superintendent Jeffrey Neese expects the Chicopee Street paving to be finished this summer.
About 20 workers got out of the building safely after the fire started Wednesday afternoon.
The National Action Network is a civil rights organization that was founded by the Rev. Al Sharpton in 1991.
Landon has been involved in hockey in the Springfield area for more than 40 years, from player to team owner.
The Springfield high school was awarded a $22,000 grant for its Breakfast in the Classroom program.
There will be a referendum vote in June over whether to prohibit recreational marijuana shops from opening in town.
Bruce Cassidy’s week started poorly, with the Bruins’ elimination from the playoffs, but he has something to smile about Wednesday.
Uber called the charges “a horrible crime” and said the suspect’s Uber account has been blocked.
The 31 year-old was one of three people inside a Toyota Camry that was struck by an Acura near the Windsor-Cummington line.
A third-generation NASCAR driver, Earnhardt has been plagued by concussions the last several years.
A Springfield firefighter had to be taken to the hospital after being injured while working to put out the fire on Melville Street.
A minivan struck a light pole near the corner of Union and Orleans Streets in the city’s Old Hill neighborhood Tuesday.
The suspect allegedly told police that he needed money to pay for medical bills for his daughter.
Richard Dabate is charged with the killing of his wife Connie, who he says was murdered by an intruder