Chicopee residents will receive flyers included in their electric bills, reminding them of these guidelines.
The three Democrats running for Hampden County Sheriff defined their differences, Monday night, in a debate at the 22News studios.
David Becker will be allowed to serve his probation in Ohio, where he will be attending college.
Jury duty is your civic obligation, but lots of people simply ignore the summons when it comes in the mail.
Neighborhoods across Western Massachusetts will be busy with traffic, as college students move back in.
A new prescription drug monitoring system meant to help prevent potential abuse went live in Massachusetts.
Southwick Police arrested 2 men in the parking lot of Roma Restaurant, after they allegedly saw 2 bricks of heroin in one of the vehicles.
Progress is being made on the elevated portion of I-91, but it’s still causing anxiety for drivers.
The foundation for the first floor of MGM’s planned six-story hotel along Main Street has already been poured.
Much of western Massachusetts is considered to be experiencing a severe drought right now.
Police shut down Chapin Street in Ludlow, early Monday evening, after a car accident.
Tiva is a Dixie Dog who is looking to put down roots in the northeast! She also enjoys car rides, and she’s a great co-pilot!
On Monday, Spirit of Springfield will announce plans for the 2016 City of Bright Nights Ball.
Springfield College men’s volleyball head coach Charlie Sullivan and Team USA Men’s Volleyball team beat Russia for the bronze medal.
Construction crews in Springfield will be working will be working at two locations on Monday making water and sewer upgrades.
Two men were shot outside of 173 Marion Street shortly after 7:00 p.m. Sunday.
The president of a small Catholic college in western Massachusetts plans to retire at the end of the upcoming academic year.
Crews for the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission will begin construction at two locations in Springfield.
The Summer Olympics was watched by millions all over the world, including many amateur athletes here in western Massachusetts.
Since Northampton police helped save “Flint” from the clutches of the catnip kidnappers, he has grown into something of a celebrity.