A water main break flooded part of Chicopee Center Friday night, closing West Street and School Street.
Western Massachusetts houses of worship often help the Red Cross recruit blood donors.
A city-wide senior center has been in the planning stages in Springfield for 30 years.
The high school so few know about has been helping drug dependent teenagers for ten years.
The centennial edition of the Big E provides plenty of shopping opportunities, in particular at the Crafts Common.
The Wipeout ride that stranded dozens of fairgoers in the air at the Big E has been shut down Friday night.
A controversial tape of a Springfield police detective is allowing more alleged criminals to avoid jail time.
The man has an extensive criminal record and five outstanding warrants in Massachusetts for his arrest.
Take your picture in a coach’s chair! Visit the transportation center at gate 1 behind the Avenue of States. View photos from Friday, Septem…
A new partnership between the Springfield Public Schools and Tishman Construction will help give real-world experience to Putnam students.
The Springfield mayor says he wants to find out what facts or videos can legally be released to the public.
Police found a man with two gunshot wounds near the corner of Main Street and Arlington Court.
While one man is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, the other man is facing very different charges.
Springfield police say that what began as an investigation into drug activity at a parking lot ended with the discovery of a child in an uns…
Cathy Sabol of Feeding Hills pleaded guilty to a charge of operating under the influence causing serious bodily injury.
Detectives made the arrests after receiving word that large amounts of oxycodone pills were being sold at a parking lot near the “X.”
Prosecutors say the three were running a scheme in which untaxed cigarettes were being delivered to convenience stores in southern New Engla…
Many local veterans are gathering at the Greek Cultural Center in Springfield, for the annual event.
Chicopee police are hoping you recognize a suspect caught on camera stealing from a Memorial Drive market.
Chicopee police are urging residents not to call 911 if they see the moose, but rather call their non-emergency dispatch line.