Next year’s budget proposal is almost one billion dollars less than the funding the program had in 2017.
Hampden County Register of Deeds says prices of homes are driving millennials and retirees out of market.
The Salvation Army is helping disadvantaged children at risk.
Tickets will be on sale for a special price over the next 12 days.
Police say a man and a woman approached a 12-year-old girl and her friends at a playground Tuesday.
Eversource system improvements help local businesses in the western Massachusetts area.
A giant inflatable projector screen will be used to screen family favorites Homeward Bound, Tarzan, and Up at three city parks.
Traffic jams near the Westfield Turnpike interchange have been brutal. Read to find out if there is an end in sight.
Southwick police say the suspects in the break-ins have stolen small items from the homes like jewelry and cash.
The American Red Cross issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors earlier this month.
West Springfield police say the homes targeted all had unlocked doors.
The Longmeadow Police Department is reminding residents to have neighbors watch over their homes while they’re away on vacation.
In the event a street is flooded, “turn around, don’t drown” and never drive through high water.
The Texas Road House Restaurant in Springfield donated 10 percent of Tuesday night’s proceeds to Bob’s organization, “Pedal Thru Youth.”
Mayor Sarno said he was livid that Maurice Bailey Jr, whom he described as a “repeat offender,” is back on the streets.
West Springfield will soon be able to make some of the improvements needed to make the city safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
You may know how to spot poison ivy, but poison sumac is another plant you want to look out for.
Neighbors in Springfield said taking care of a vacant property on their street got out of hand.
Chicopee police arrested Alla Bryukhovych Monday, accusing her of taking money from 14 families, who all paid rent for the same apartment.
The state’s proposed 2018 budget slashes spending on problem gambling services by 17 percent.