United Bank is eliminating some positions, while it moves certain functions to their offices in West Springfield and in Connecticut.
A former employee at Pride, located in Westfield used a lost debit card from the ATM to purchase items at Walmart.
Members of several local chambers of commerce will head to the Statehouse in Boston to take part in the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
Three accidents that caused heavy delays during the early part of the morning commute have been cleared.
Medical exemptions require a doctor’s approval, but religious exemptions only require a parent’s say-so.
A member of the La Familia Gang, was sentenced on Tuesday in U.S. District Court after pleading guilty in December to firearm charges.
The controversy continued in Wilbraham Tuesday night over whether to combine Wilbraham and Hampden’s middle schools.
Pizzeria UNO and White Lion Brewing Company donated a percentage of Tuesday’s food and beverage proceeds to the Springfield K-9 Unit.
The Springfield City Council approved a special permit to give two old buildings in Springfield’s Mason Square neighborhood a new look.
A section of Union street was closed off in the area of Moseley Avenue and Carpenter Avenue.
Controversy continues in Hampden over the Thornton Burgess Middle School in Hampden. Students could be forced to go to Wilbraham.
The Massachusetts Trial Court will pay $36,000 to the Springfield Parking Authority, due to the parking habits of some employees.
A man wanted on warrants for crimes ranging from witness intimidation to shoplifting was arrested Monday afternoon.
When the officer approached the window, the driver would only roll the it down about a half inch. Drugs were still spotted in the car.
You may be dealing with traffic jams on I-91 in Springfield, but crews are making progress faster than expected.
It’s all about supply and demand: With fewer homes available to buy, buyers are competing for the same property.
The 2nd annual “Wellness to Work” Veterans Health and Career Fair helps connect veterans with information on health care and legal needs.
Western Massachusetts finally got much needed rainfall after such a dry month.
The company was originally founded in 1987 when it started in Chicopee, and moved to Easthampton in 2006.
The Westfield G&E has announced the neighborhoods for the next phase of Whip City fiber. Is yours one of them?