Springfield police and the Dakin Humane Society are looking to identify two suspects.
The simulated course had students driving while texting, drinking water, changing the radio station, and taking a selfie.
Drivers in Easthampton can expect a long detour until the late afternoon.
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Rain could affect Eversource’s semi-annual aerial inspection this week.
MassDOT is asking that you give yourself extra time to drive, and to be patient as these projects are completed.
Most of the day will be dry and warm, but chances for storms increase as we head from the afternoon and into tonight.
A moratorium in Agawam would not completely ban recreational use, but it would put a temporary hold on sales until July 1, 2018.
Crews are working to repair the break, but police haven’t said how long it’ll take.
While October may be the ideal time to get a flu shot, it’s not a bad idea to get one in September.
Starting Wednesday, Peter Pan buses will no longer leave from Main Street, and will call Union Station their new base of operations.
The U.S. Hurricane Center said as of Monday afternoon, Irma had winds of 130 mph.
The state Department of Fisheries and Wildlife says bobcats are the only wild cats in Massachusetts.
During Campus Fire Safety month, students are being reminded to take steps to prevent and prepare for fires.
A new report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has found that Massachusetts is the third least obese state.
A viewer sent us photos of a hawk that flew right through his windshield Sunday afternoon.
Meadow Street and Empire Street has reopened after a moped accident in Chicopee, Monday.
State Police received a call about a shooting on Orchard Street Monday evening.
There were long lines, as people anxiously waited to access the fair grounds.
Gas prices could continue to rise over the next two weeks.