After 18 years on the bench, the judge was celebrated for her contributions Friday.
Easthampton police are hoping you recognize a man accused of a theft Friday morning.
Legislative leaders had earlier expressed confidence that a deal would be struck on a recreational marijuana bill by the Friday deadline.
On the last day of school Col. Tom Bladen, operations group commander, visits Highland Elementary School to engage with refugee students.
Holyoke Community College says the fireworks display has been postponed due to weather.
Two F-15 Eagles are scheduled to fly over the Star Spangled Springfield Independence Day celebration.
Michael Oski was last seen on Dakota Drive in Chicopee back on June 12.
Planning on going out to celebrate our nation’s independence? Then here is the line-up of events happening in our coverage area.
State police say the Choice Foods store on Main Street was broken into overnight.
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Tourism officials have decided to abandon their efforts to re-brand the Pioneer Valley as “West Mass.”
A 20 year-old woman from Athol was arrested Thursday following a traffic stop on Route 202.
A Northampton woman arrested during a pipeline protest in Berkshire County says she’s fighting “for the future of life on the planet.”
Possible Stronger Thunderstorms Saturday Afternoon
More than 38 million Americans are expected to be on the road this holiday weekend.
The president of Williams College says he is stepping down to lead a philanthropic nonprofit group in New York.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni says that they have dismantled a major heroin trafficking operation in Hampden County.
Happy Valley Compassion Center is opening up a medical marijuana shop on route 9.
The school was hoping to use the money to fund two new positions and buy more supplies for students.
More than 200 hundred people came out to see Shea debut his new film “Grey Lady,” at the Basketball Hall of Fame.