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.
There are bullet holes in the front porch, front door, and a window of the house in the city’s Forest Park neighborhood.
Industrial Drive has reopened after a report of a suspicious package closed it down around 4:00 a.m.
The amendment proposes changing the zoning of the western side of Union Street.
Longmeadow Police said around 5:45 p.m. officers responded to a collision at the intersection of Bliss Road and Laurel Street.
Ludlow Police have made arrests in connection with multiple car thefts around western Massachusetts.
A recovery home for those with drug and alcohol abuse isn’t getting the support of every McKnight neighborhood resident.
The state just awarded Charter Schools nearly $16-million dollars in federal funding to build new schools.
The arrest follows a threat that was discovered at the high school Wednesday, when the phrase “Bomb at 12” was written on a bathroom wall.
Firefighters helped riders off the “Wipeout” amusement ride that was stuck Thursday night.
Everyone has their own reason for going to The Big E every year. For many, it’s the food!
The Massachusetts conservation and recreation department has provided the money to create a hiking trail off in West Holyoke.
The $350,000 has been awarded through the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources’ (MDAR) Urban Agriculture Program.
With September coming to a close, the state’s budget concerns are on the minds of lawmakers on Beacon Hill.
Within ten years Massachusetts’ elderly population is expected to be double what it is now.