Amherst police say they have made an arrest in connection with a weeks-long investigation into heroin distribution in the town.
A drunk Wisconsin couple is facing felony charges after allegedly letting a nine-year-old girl drive them home.
A federal lawsuit has been filed alleging the former FDA Commissioner who was well aware of problems with a popular antibiotic.
Police received a call about a fight shortly after the last parade unit completed the route, and officers learned shots had been fired.
Hadley Police are trying to find a woman accused of stealing.
Chicopee Police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a gas station convenience store at knife point.
He met the person online and was meeting in person to buy an expensive piece of clothing when he was shot.
Police in Chicopee need your help Saturday night to catch an armed robbery suspect.
Michigan authorities have charged a former “Survivor” contestant with possessing child pornography and running Ponzi scheme.
One car was destroyed and another damaged in what the Springfield Arson & Bomb Squad is calling a “suspicious fire.”
Springfield Police were searching for a woman who robbed the Walgreens on Boston Road, Friday night.
Nine people were arrested in Springfield’s Historic District this week after drug raid at a house that sheltered drug addicts and dealers.
A man from Queens, New York was arrested in Chicopee this week after a woman reported being forced into prostitution.
A Northampton jury has convicted a 20 year-old former UMass student from Longmeadow of rape and assault.
Eddie Saez was found guilty of using another person’s name and Social Security number to fraudulently obtain Social Security benefits.
A developmentally delayed Belchertown man is awaiting a judge’s disposition as to whether he can be released on bail.
Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity.
Authorities say the death of a 5-year-old boy whose remains were found wrapped in a blanket and packed in a suitcase ruled a homicide.
South Hadley’s superintendent says they believe they have found the student responsible for the threat.
The Internal Revenue Service says that phone schemes are still a huge threat to the general public and top their annual list of tax schemes.