The arrests come as part of an effort to crack down on human trafficking and prostitution in Massachusetts.
A federal judge halted the President’s plan to strip “sanctuary cities” of federal funding, if they don’t comply with immigration officials.
The American Red Cross is installing free smoke alarms to residents in western Massachusetts who don’t have them.
Police shot at Jeremy Hollins following a pursuit through a West Springfield condominium complex Sunday morning.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni says that police also seized a loaded gun and 44 rounds of ammunition during a raid Wednesday.
The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office has released the identity of a man killed in a crash on Route 67 Saturday.
A student was removed from Pathfinder Regional High School after allegedly making concerning comments on social media.
Longmeadow residents found out Wednesday night their taxes will go up if the town builds a new Department of Public Works facility.
More than a dozen local youths were recognized Wednesday night for their contributions to their community.
Northampton Police will conduct field sobriety tests on anyone they find impaired at Extravaganja.
With the budget deadline looming, lawmakers are trying to come up with ideas to boost federal revenue before its too late.
Western Massachusetts business leaders met with lawmakers on Wednesday, and some expressed concerns over the health care proposal.
Western Massachusetts business leaders gathered at the state House in Boston, Wednesday, for their annual Beacon Hill Summit.
State lawmakers want to prevent welfare recipients from buying marijuana with their state issued debit cards, once pot shops open next year.
Allegations range from racial slurs to physical violence.
Activists have a variety of demands, from an increased minimum wage to bringing an end to deportations.
Even with this week’s gloomy wet weather, 22News find out what you might want to consider putting in the ground now.
Rabbits make very shallow nests and cover them up with grass. They are easy to stumble upon in your yard.
Business leaders in western Massachusetts boarded a bus, Wednesday morning, and headed to Boston for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
Students got to climb aboard a C-5 cargo plane and see what reservists at Westover do every day.