Police say a 19-year-old man believed to have smoked synthetic marijuana assaulted 3 officers before being subdued with stun guns.
A Springfield store owner will spend no time in jail for food stamp trafficking and fraud, but his case is not unique.
One worker died in an ammonia leak Wednesday at a seafood warehouse in the Seaport District in south Boston, authorities said.
Three people were arrested on Tuesday in Springfield for various charges. One man had warrants in Holyoke, Chicopee, and New Bedford.
A convicted sex offender, who was arrested for collecting hundreds of child porn images through his email, pleaded guilty on Wednesday.
A former Pittsfield police officer is accused of stealing more than $220,000 from the police union account he was supposed to manage.
A man who pleaded guilty to robbing his grandmother and other home burglaries has been sentenced to up to four years in prison.
The Mass Pike’s new electronic tolling system is scheduled to go live this fall. 22News explains what the new system will mean for drivers.
Opioid-related hospital visits are “skyrocketing”, with heroin-related visits jumping by 201 percent between 2007 and 2014.
Top law enforcement official says the attacks in Belgium have added a sense of urgency to securing next month’s Boston Marathon.
As the country struggles to address the heroin epidemic, Northampton is working with the courts to get addicts the help they need.
Federal Prosecutors are asking for more time in the Alexander Ciccolo case review more evidence.
Marijuana is becoming a booming, semi-legal business across the country.
The City of Holyoke had the highest recycling volume out of 67 communities throughout the state during the last 6 months of 2015.
HAPHousing will use part of a $21-million grant to bring affordable housing to downtown Northampton.
If recent terror attacks are hurting the travel industry, you couldn’t tell by the crowd at AAA’s event in Springfield, Wednesday night.
The members of the Chicopee Police Department’s Underwater Response Team were certified on Wednesday.
The upgrades will make it easier to re-route electricity around damaged wires and restore power.
The organizations “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Zesta Style” teamed up to help women empty their closets for a cause.
Julio C. Rodriguez pleaded guilty to the charges of Larceny over $250, Food Stamp Trafficking, and Access Device Fraud.