A state police accident reconstruction team has been called in to investigate the crash.
Two people were forced from their apartments by a fire late Tuesday morning in Springfield.
If you are thinking about planting or digging, you may want to keep in mind that the ground may be soft on the surface, but not below.
The panel discussed the growing numbers of minority students in the juvenile justice system, even as youth arrests decline nationally.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or has any information is asked to call the Hadley Police Department at 413-584-0883.
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The rolling hills surrounding the Armory were flattened in the 1960’s to make way for athletic fields; leading to new flooding hazards.
The man pleaded guilty to four counts of rape and abuse of a child and three counts of indecent assault and battery.
Sheffield Elementary School students and staff recently raised $17K in support of a classmate and One Mission Charity.
Tune in! The Kellogg Crew from 94.7 WMAS is collecting donations for the hospital and its patients during the Radiothon.
The city’s police responded to what one ranking officer described as a reported home invasion over the weekend.
Gronkowski will be meeting with second grader Dimitri Conway, who is in remission from Leukemia, and approximately 300 of his peers.
A legislation was passed requiring AEDs at all school sponsored events like those on their athletic fields.
The project aims to improve traffic flow and safety along Route 5, where North King Street and Hatfield Street meet.
If you will be traveling early keep in mind there could be some icy spots out on the roads and sidewalks.
A popular market in Northampton is closing after more than six decades, and members of the community said they’re sad to see it go.
The fire started just before 6 p.m. at the coup behind a home at 145 Ware Street.
Pittsfield Police say the suspect is armed and dangerous.
Longmeadow Police are warning residents of the dangers of leaving your unattended vehicle running when letting it heat up in the cold.
The Massachusetts Municipal Association is asking state lawmakers to secure three-year’s worth of transportation funding.