The state just awarded Charter Schools nearly $16-million dollars in federal funding to build new schools.
The arrest follows a threat that was discovered at the high school Wednesday, when the phrase “Bomb at 12” was written on a bathroom wall.
Firefighters helped riders off the “Wipeout” amusement ride that was stuck Thursday night.
Everyone has their own reason for going to The Big E every year. For many, it’s the food!
The Massachusetts conservation and recreation department has provided the money to create a hiking trail off in West Holyoke.
The $350,000 has been awarded through the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources’ (MDAR) Urban Agriculture Program.
With September coming to a close, the state’s budget concerns are on the minds of lawmakers on Beacon Hill.
Within ten years Massachusetts’ elderly population is expected to be double what it is now.
A neighborhood improvement group that’s restored Springfield homes in poorer neighborhoods is expanding.
West Springfield Police are looking for a man and woman allegedly involved in two larcenies.
The 104th Fighter Wing at Barnes Air National Guard Base, Westfield Mass., will be executing training September 26-30.
Springfield college students will soon be effecting young lives in the cities mason square neighborhood.
The three officers have been placed on administrative leave after an incident involving the use of force was caught on in-house cameras.
The sheriff has been credited with creating programs that have helped people live productive lives after getting out of jail.
Producers of “1916 The Irish Rebellion” visited a garden in Forest Park dedicated to the memory of those who fought in that uprising.
Alternative forms of medicine have helped several of patients manage pain symptoms.
Detective Gregg Bigda was suspended for 60 days, after being caught on camera threatening three teenagers.
Cities and towns are looking at ways to get the public more involved and aware of their option to vote early.
Springfield police say they received complaints about “open air” drug sales going on in the city’s Brightwood neighborhood.
The boats, which are being stored at Pioneer Valley Yacht Club, were vandalized with lime green spray paint sometime this week.