Officers spotted a car with stolen license plates out of Connecticut on Armory Street around 7:35 p.m. and began a pursuit.
Hitting a pothole can cost you anywhere from $100 to $600 depending on the damage.
The once grand gilded age home has fallen into disrepair over the last decade after being left vacant.
Of five students involved in the sledding accident, two were seriously injured, and only one of those two has returned to campus.
Officers recovered more than 6,320 bags of heroin, more than 80 rounds of various ammunition and $10,900 in cash.
Martinez’s conviction was part of an 11-month investigation into cocaine, heroin, and firearms trafficking in the area.
The highway will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes from 9:00am until 3:30pm Friday afternoon.
Office Mike Wilk of the Chicopee Police Department told 22News there are no reports of any injuries.
Raymond Chevalier is described as 6 feet tall and was last seen wearing a dark vest and beret.
Isaiah Hall of Springfield is facing charges including assault with intent to murder and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling…
Holyoke is now home to hundreds of hurricane victims looking for work.
91-year-old Charles Kovitch was buried at the Western Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Agawam.
A new coalition has been formed, called Western Massachusetts Businesses Against Human Trafficking.
Project New Hope is a baby pantry that helps hundreds of military families with everything from diapers to children’s clothing.
All of the home’s neighbors have approved the re-zoning of the mansion’s property from residential to professional.
Bernard “B.J.” Calvi will be formally installed during a ceremony held at Springfield Symphony Hall.
Traffic lights in Chicopee Center are back on.
The left lane closure will be in the area of the bridge over the Mass Pike in West Springfield,
Construction work could slow your commute if you’re headed between Springfield and West Springfield Thursday.
Anyone with information is asked to call the West Springfield Detective Bureau at (413) 263-3210.