Some drivers had a hard time Tuesday, as fog and pouring rain throughout parts of the day made for a frustrating commute.
A petition has been launched calling on the federal government to punish Hampshire College for not flying the American flag.
Alexander Ciccolo, a former Berkshire County resident, was indicted on terrorism charges in June.
The lawyer for a Granby woman who killed her wife and was sentenced to life in prison, asked a judge to reduce her conviction.
Police are warning of thieves who may be looking to steal your holiday gifts in your car.
People are starting to put up holiday decorations and when it comes to hanging lights, there’s a lot to consider.
Hundreds of low wage workers rallied at the State House in Boston Tuesday as a part of a nationwide movement known as the “Fight for $15.”
Top state leaders and the veterans community are sending a strong message to Hampshire College to let the American flag fly.
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday are all over, and now it’s time to think about the causes you care about.
Springfield Police said the suspected dealers met in the area of Spring and Salem Streets.
One suspect led police officers on a foot chase through back yards and over fences.
A jury has acquitted a former employee of a western Massachusetts pizza parlor who had been charged with raping a teenage co-worker.
The year’s first snow has already arrived for much of western Mass., and that means it’s time for some people to put on their snow tires.
The campaign will provide more education to first responders, as well as businesses, on how to better serve people with dementia.
Governor Charlie Baker and the First Lady joined military families for a tree lighting Tuesday.
Yankee Candle staff allegedly saw the suspects smuggling the candles and toys out of the store in canvas bags.
Springfield Police said the store’s security cameras confirmed the two break-ins were done by different men.
The Westfield Legislative & Ordinance committee addressed smoking on city owned property at their Monday meeting.
Repairs on the bridge over the Deerfield River were expected to take about three months, but they have been finished much sooner.
One of the cats will soon be put up for adoption, while the other needs some more care before she can be placed in a permanent home.