In addition to tricks and treats this Halloween, residents in Westfield will also have more construction in the city.
Refugees are coming to Northampton in January. They’ll need a job and a place to stay, all while learning how to speak English.
A new poll shows that 55% of likely voters support legalizing and taxing marijuana, while 40% oppose the issue.
While drainage and utility work was going on, it didn’t look like much was happening at the construction site. That has changed very quickly…
For the first time, registered voters in Massachusetts can cast their ballots before Election Day on November 8th.
Junior Achievement helps educate about 10 million people worldwide about life skills, but it actually all started in Springfield in 1919.
Geri Spear of the Costume Closet in Springfield said that she has been in the business for 43 years, and this is the slowest year ever for c…
Wednesday’s warm temperatures made it feel more like August, and gave people likely a final glimpse into the summer season.
Springfield Crossing Guard John English is one of those people who really enjoys their work.
Students gear up for a healthy school year by celebrating their enhanced breakfast program and new recess equipment.
Saturday’s drop off is just one of several similar events being held across western Massachusetts, and around the country.
Everything from dating violence to alcohol and drugs, to stress was discussed Wednesday to seniors at West Springfield High School.
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All lanes are now open following the tractor trailer crash.
The Environmental Protection Agency has upheld its plan to require General Electric to clean chemicals from a western Massachusetts river.
Firefighters responded to 41 Kenyon Street early Wednesday morning,
A man was rushed to the hospital Tuesday night after being shot in the city’s Brightwood neighborhood.
One person was stabbed Tuesday night near the intersection of Dunhill Avenue and Dubois Street in Indian Orchard.
All guests are back in their hotel rooms at the Marriott in downtown Springfield on Tuesday after a carbon monoxide scare.
Springfield Police applied the state’s Good Samaritan Law to protect four women who overdosed on heroin near their kids