The trial of a woman accused of encouraging a friend to commit suicide won’t be heard in front of a jury.
The state’s Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on almost 100 bills dealing with the criminal justice system.
22News explains why officers are now starting to carry naloxone for their four legged partners.
Sueysha is a sweet and spunky little girl who is curious and wants to be part of the fun!
MassDOT says the roads should be back to normal by now.
The rotary in East Longmeadow is one of the most dangerous roads in western Massachusetts.
Stavros Center in Amherst refurbishes donated wheelchairs, shower chairs and power chairs to give to anyone in need for free.
More bear concerns have officials advising residents.
The president of the National Urban League was in Springfield Monday to celebrate the organization’s anniversary.
Sidney Najimy was last seen on Monday morning.
A bit of disagreement about Southwick Days puts the fair’s future in question.
Springfield police say that they found more than $1,800 in cash as they searched the suspect’s home.
After a makeover a park in Southwick is ready for you to enjoy.
The grant will allow the department to increase activities related to liquor license compliance in the city.
Springfield police say that one of the suspects attempted to run from detectives, and tried to discard a loaded, stolen gun.
Advice to make sure kids have fun in the sun, not the emergency room this summer
John Shea was a graduate of Cathedral High School.
Students at the Northampton school were dismissed early, due to a gas leak across the street from the building.
Logan, the “Koaster Kid,” stopped at Six Flags Monday to ride all 13 coasters to inspire children with developmental disabilities.
The money will go toward the building of a new school building at the site of the former Belchertown State School.