Police were called to the intersection of Cottage Street and Berkshire Avenue just before 3:30 this Saturday morning.
Westfield Police Captain identified the deceased woman as an Agawam resident. There was no suspicious cause.
Springfield man was arrested in Ludlow this week for allegedly assaulting a woman in the Christ the King Parish in Ludlow.
Three people were hurt and one was arrested after a road rage incident Friday night on State Street in Springfield.
The organization allegedly sold “Hollywood” and “Donald Trump” stamped heroin that has been connected to overdose deaths.
The weather has been getting cooler and we’re seeing less daylight each day. Here are some of the predictions for this winter’s weather.
A woman was taken to the hospital Friday night after she drove into two buildings in Chicopee Center.
A law requiring health officials to check the state’s new drug monitoring website, before prescribing opioids, is going into effect Saturday…
Several states are still recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. The American Red Cross is now asking for your help.
The Springfield Mayor and Hampden County D.A. both requested a civil rights review of Det. Bigda’s interrogation of juveniles in February.
Massachusetts State Police closed the left lanes on I-91 in Longmeadow, early Friday night, after a three car accident.
Prosecutors “provided voluminous discovery” according to federal court documents.
The cats were found abandoned in a now vacant home located at 19 Queen Avenue in West Springfield.
The suspects were allegedly driving a stolen car when they were arrested.
100 grams of cocaine was confiscated by detectives as well as , a .12g shotgun, ammo, scales, packaging material, and $263 in cash.
When officers were approaching Jose Lopez, 26, he ditched his BMX bike and started running towards the Rt. 91 underpass.
North Adams Police arrested two men following an investigation into the distribution of crack cocaine.
In your neighborhood or hundreds of miles away, The Red Cross of Western Massachusetts is there with open arms, blankets, teddy bears, food …
HIV/AIDS is still a big problem. Find out what one community is doing to spread awareness.
On Friday, 22News shows you how you can help its local volunteers and those displaced and affected by Hurricane Matthew.