You’re driving along and you hear a loud squealing noise coming from your tires, but it may not be as serious as it sounds. If you hear a sound like that you should have your car checked, but it may end up being a pretty simple fix.
A federal judge has allowed a lawsuit filed by former Westfield State University President Evan Dobelle to move forward.
The effort to replace a tornado-damaged school with a new building reached a milestone on Thursday morning.
A high school in Chicopee was on display Thursday morning, as lawmakers look for new ways to bring money into the area.
Traffic Alert // A major onramp to Interstate 91 and Route 5 in Springfield will be closed Friday night and Saturday morning, due to work to replace a leaking valve on a water main.
Police are looking for two men who ran away from an early morning car crash in Springfield
Police are searching for two people that ran away from a car that crashed after a police chase that started in Wilbraham and ended at a Springfield car wash.
Most people would agree – it was a long, cold costly winter, but the negative impacts of the cold weather are hanging on for some people.
The Holyoke Police Criminal Investigations Bureau is searching for whoever shot and wounded a man on Elm Street Wednesday night.
Customers of the Thorndike Water District in the Town of Palmer are being advised that on Thursday, April 10th, water will be shut off on several streets during the day.
Starting Thursday morning, more than 500 people will gather in downtown Springfield to discuss education, housing and income inequality problems here in western Massachusetts.
Some 40 to 50 people met at Ware Middle school Wednesday night to hear about Monson Savings Bank’s partnership with MassSaves.org.
Children and Teens had the chance to learn about Healthy living in Springfield’s Mason Square Wednesday night.
HapHousing has big plans to save some historic buildings and develop affordable apartments near the Holyoke Public Library.
The merger between United Bank and Rockville Financial Bancorp was approved by shareholders Tuesday.
A major envelope manufacturer will be moving out of western Massachusetts in less than two months, and that will have an impact on more than 200 workers.
Thirty-seven employees at the Savage Arms manufacturing facility in Westfield have been laid off, its parent company says. About 440 people will work on site moving forward,
Not all prepaid debit cards are created equal. They’re becoming increasingly popular, but different cards carry different fees.
A Springfield nightclub will be temporarily shutting down, following a meeting between an owner of the club and the city’s director of licensing, a spokesperson for Mayor Domenic Sarno said.
The state’s Transportation Department is putting $40 million into fixing potholes. Cities and towns were able to apply for funds from the Pothole and Winter Recovery Program.