Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Brian Gladu told 22News it was around 10 p.m. Sunday night near the Emerson Road overpass.
Springfield Police are searching for suspects in connection to a pair of shootings in the city Sunday night.
The average price at the pump has dropped one cent in the past two weeks to 2 dollars and 37 cents per gallon.
Many people are looking forward to the change in the weather but there are some things you need to know to stay safe in the heat.
Franklin County Probate and Family Court, is part of an effort to deal with the region’s opioid addiction crisis.
The city of Orlando, and the rest of the nation, is picking up the pieces, after the tragic shooting that killed 49 people.
It’s been a tradition for nearly 40 years and it has managed to keep attracting runners on when dad could be doing something else.
The shocking loss of life in Orlando inspired some Western Massachusetts community organizers to hold a Father’s Day family gathering.
A day of cultural pride in Springfield today as the city’s Vietnamese community came out to recognize the sacrifices of war.
The events on Monday will mark the astronomical change of seasons when days are longest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Visitors to the Mutton and Mead Medieval festival in Turners Falls found what they were looking for. Turning back the clock on modern living…
Bocce enthusiast Rico Daniele put on a clinic for children and their dads, a Forest Park tradition he began 19 years ago.
There were cigarette cartons, newspapers, alcohol nips and an empty food container just a few steps away from a trash receptacle.
Sunday would likely have been a much quieter day at area golf courses had it been wet.
Eversource crews are out on Boston Road working to repair a utility pole that was hit by a car early Sunday morning.
A record high of over $14 billion dollars expected to be spent, according to the National Retail Federation.
The four day food festivals featured over 20 different restaurants.
Belchertown Police have heavy hearts Saturday night as they mourn the death of their first-ever police dog.
A shooting a week ago still has seen no arrests made. Springfield Police say, it’s because residents won’t speak up.
It’s an important holiday for African American history that commemorates the end of slavery, over a hundred and fifty years ago.