Make sure you have collision insurance coverage to make sure your car is covered for pothole damage.
The man is not wanted by police, but detectives believe he may have information related to a shooting that happened Thursday night.
The F.L. Roberts car wash located on Memorial Ave. in West Springfield was robbed at approximately 6 p.m. on Friday.
Hundreds gathered Saturday night at the Colleen Coronation and Awards Ball.
All the money raised from the benefit dinner will go to award 5 or more high school seniors with scholarships to college.
22News got the information that might give you the inside track for a job in the casino industry.
Students from Pathfinder Regional Technical High School competed Saturday afternoon for a chance to represent Massachusetts nationally.
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Thanks to the boy scouts from Troop 164 scouts, the Palmer town library has finally completed its seed bank.
Police struggled with and arrested a 61-year-old man from Worcester, who had been visiting family in eastern Hampden County.
Girls ages 6-12 attended a free sports clinic in exchange for a donated item to benefit domestic violence victims.
The UMass campus in Amherst is in mourning this weekend because of the death of one of its students.
Doctors are still trying to figure out why this flu season is particularly bad.
Springfield’s Bulk Mail center on Page boulevard was evacuated about 7:30AM this Saturday morning.
A new study just released Friday shows the number of doctors visits last week ties the numbers seen during the 2009 swine flu epidemic.
Both individuals are facing several charges including cocaine trafficking and possession with intent to distribute.
Lifepoint Church hosted a special prom night experience at the Castle of Knights in Chicopee.
The cost to install solar has dropped by more than 70 percent since 2010, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
It can quickly infect large groups of people because there are often no symptoms for a few days.