A Greenfield resident has been identified as the person whose body was pulled from the Connecticut River earlier this month.
Agawam police say that the suspect stole money out of a man’s shirt pocket as the victim sat inside his parked car.
The Spirit of Springfield announced its plans Thursday for its 25th annual Star Spangled Springfield spectacular.
New research shows that the chemicals we use on our bodies every day can interact with the chlorine in pools and have a dangerous effect.
A new program is designed to help people know whether they are at risk for Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
After yet another warm day, you might have thought summer was already here, but it won’t officially be summer for a few more days.
District Attorney Gulluni said this isn’t a “scared straight” program, but it certainly helps in keeping students out of trouble.
Several Franklin County schools reopened Thursday after a threat caused a district-wide shut down on Wednesday.
Are there problems with taking too much B-12 supplements? Is there a diet that can help improve recovery from a hip replacement?
We might enjoy another day filled with lots of sunshine, but our plants? Not so much.
Many of us have old medicine in the cabinet that we no longer need, and it’s not always easy to get rid of.
Western Massachusetts Dunkin Donuts franchisees presented the hospital with a check for more than $24,000 Thursday afternoon.
The City of Springfield recently foreclosed on the property at 62 Bowdoin Street, and obtained a court order for its demolition.
A badge pinning ceremony was conducted by Mayor Sarno and the Fire Commissioner for the three firefighters promotion.
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Check for ticks in the hard to reach areas of your body. Behind your ears, along your hairline, and between your toes.
Ware and State Police are investigating a home invasion after at least one person was tied up in Ware, Wednesday afternoon.
Hundreds of people gathered in front of Northampton City Hall Wednesday night for a “Pioneer Valley Vigil for Orlando.”
Western Massachusetts Muslims gathered Wednesday night to hold a prayer service, and work to spread a message of peace.
If you have an electric bill listen up. A caller is pretending to be from National Grid, demanding your money. This is a fake call.