The protest was held in solidarity with the annual March for Life, being held Friday in Washington, D.C.
Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?
The Longmeadow Democrat says that a high-speed rail link between Springfield and Boston would bring much-needed jobs to our region.
More than 20 state lawmakers were in Chicopee on Friday morning, to hear from staff volunteers and clients of human service agencies.
The city’s police department has a new face for animal matters.
The two tribes that run Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos in Connecticut want to build a third casino to compete with MGM Springfield.
A man who allegedly stole an elderly woman’s purse in Ludlow was arrested on Tuesday after driving with a suspended license.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order which would strip funding from so called “sanctuary cities.”
One case of MRSA has been detected at the Department of Youth Service Center in Westfield.
The Springfield License Board approved the strip club’s request to change its name to Wonderland.
The goal of a third Connecticut casino is to take business away from MGM Springfield, which has some residents worried.
The Western Massachusetts Baseball Hall of Fame held their fourth annual induction ceremony Thursday night.
Members voted this week to sell the club, its golf courses, and its clubhouse to the Hannoush family for an undisclosed sum.
Springfield Police said the homeowner came home in the middle of the alleged break-in on Mountainview Street.
It’s a shocking statistic, there are hundreds of active gas leaks in Springfield. 22News explains what Columbia Gas plans to do to fix them.
The Agawam police officer was serving as the treasurer of the Agawam Police Patrolman’s Union.
The three tenants at the newly-redeveloped Union Station in Springfield will be located on the ground floor in the main terminal.
Attorney General Maura Healey said the settlement resolves allegations that Dr. Julia Faigel improperly billed MassHealth.
The first harvest from a new hydroponic food system in Springfield will be ready by the end of January.
The project is set to cost around $6 million according to Cressotti, with state and federal funds making up the majority of funding.