Instead of coming with a full spare tire or even a compact spare in the back of the car, some cars now come with a patch and a can of air.
Traffic on Interstate 91 through Springfield has been more difficult to get through with the ongoing reconstruction project.
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Businesses are being offered loans ranging from $50,000 to $200,000 in an effort to bring more dining options downtown.
Arborists working for the utility company will be hard at work, removing potential hazards along 3,000 miles of power lines statewide.
At this AAA location you are able to renew driver’s licenses, instead of having to go to the RMV.
A new report was released recommending a number of steps to reduce the number of former inmates that end up back in jail.
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Two individuals over the weekend were suspected of shoplifting at Big Y.
Smith College announced on Monday its “Women for the World” campaign significantly surpassed its goal of raising $450 million.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health estimates close to 2,000 people lost their lives to opioid overdoses in Massachusetts in 2016.
A police outreach program in Northampton schools has been canceled after some parents expressed concerns.
Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad was called in to investigate the fire at a three story multi-family home on Hancock Street, Monday night.
Springfield Police arrested and charged a homeless man who allegedly caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to parking meters.
Police say heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, and more than $1,000 in cash was seized during a raid in Springfield Friday afternoon.
Two women were caught on surveillance stealing two computers from the Museum Park Apartments on Chestnut Street.
The warmer weather means some potholes are only getting larger throughout western Massachusetts.
From car dealerships to furniture stores, Presidents Day weekend is one of the biggest and busiest of the year.
Demonstrators gathered outside the city halls of Springfield and Holyoke Monday to draw attention to a variety of issues.