Two deadly accidents killed 4 people over the weekend on I-91.
Massachusetts State Police have blocked off parts of North Road and Main Road in Montgomery.
Dick’s Sporting Goods in West Springfield extended their hours Sunday night after the Patriots win, and opened early on Monday.
The bus driver told police he sneezed and the bus slowly rolled forward.
The 47-year-old man was arraigned in Berkshire Superior Court on Monday.
A Palmer resident has died from his injuries following a crash on West Street.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or thinks they saw the car driving prior to the crash is asked to call Connecticut State Police.
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A Senate vote that could end the government shutdown is scheduled for noon.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Berkshire, Franklin and western Hampshire County through tonight and into Tuesday morning.
Your ride to work on Interstate 91 in Springfield should be a bit easier Monday, whether you are traveling northbound or southbound.
I-91 south was temporarily closed near Enfield due to a deadly rollover car crash.
Jeffrey Lovell is charged with killing 15-year-old Dylan Francisco in July 2016.
Several of Sunday’s key players talked to press after the game. Hear what they had to say about Sunday’s win and the Super Bowl.
Visitors to the Springfield Armory museum found the building closed Sunday.
The vehicle was found on it’s roof, and was twisted and mangled, with the guard rail torn up.
The bays were filled much of the day with drivers who also discovered just how much grime had accumulated so far this winter.
With milder temperatures and bright sunshine, Western Massachusetts parks enjoyed a late January resurgence.
Four dead from two traffic accidents on Interstate 91 this weekend. What caused these deadly crashes?
Drivers are calling to Interstate 91 through downtown Springfield a “danger zone.”