A new bill making its way through the State House would eliminate meter maids and send you parking citations through the internet.
The Hampden-Wilbraham regional school district is working to create a safe environment for students.
A national health foundation is supporting an initiative in Springfield’s Old Hill neighborhood.
Hundreds of job seekers filled Holyoke’s Heritage State Park looking for work during the 8th annual “Hot Dogs for Hot Jobs” job fair.
Besides the posting of the signs, the town has pledged to observe August 7 as Purple Heart day.
The gates, which are normally shackled shut due to vandalism, will be opened to allow visitors to explore the grounds.
The tartan was designed to capture the essence of West Springfield, reflecting on the 100 years of history of the Eastern States Exposition
Police departments are taking to social media to express grief and sympathy for the death of a young corrections officer who died Thursday.
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The suspect in the theft at the Candlewood Suites was last seen running down Elm Street.
The commission was created by state lawmakers to address concerns in rural communities that typically don’t impact the rest of the state.
Springfield Police are searching for a man with a Mohawk who shot a woman in the buttocks and a young girl in the leg, Thursday evening.
A young corrections officer from Leyden died Thursday as he was riding his motorcycle home after working the midnight shift.
Police are investigating the cause of a single car crash that happened on the Massachusetts Turnpike, Thursday afternoon.
Springfield Police investigated an attempted armed robbery, Thursday night, at the D’Angelo’s on Boston Road.
There have been at least 6 motorcycle crashes in western Massachusetts over the past 2 weeks, 4 people have died.
Tree companies have been busy in western Mass. lately dealing with damage from fallen trees due to strong winds.
Parents lined Route 202 in Granby Thursday night with signs saying “Save Our Public Schools.”
The City of Springfield took steps Thursday to make sure there will be enough money to cover the pensions of retired City employees.
The money will be used to grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.