Massachusetts allows residents to have six marijuana plants per person, with a 12 plant limit per household
We’ve all seen them, potholes on the streets we use every day. If you want to get them fixed, now there’s an app for that.
The Highway Safety Division offers these tips to New England Patriots fans who will be hosting parties and celebrating on Sunday.
A student reported to UMass Police that she was punched on the side of the head from behind, early Thursday morning.
Lanesborough Police are searching for a man who allegedly attempted to abduct a young girl at the Berkshire Mall last weekend.
West Springfield police are looking for suspects following an armed robbery at a sandwich shop Thursday night.
A former police detective can’t go back to work while he is suing the City of Springfield.
Friday was the American Heart Association’s Go Red Day, and some Go Red ambassadors are being honored in a unique way.
The nation’s largest franchise dedicated to male hair care opened its doors in Springfield’s Five Town Plaza on Friday.
It’s called “Manuary”, and it calls for police officers to grow their beards out for a good cause.
A panel of immigration experts maintained that the travel ban was keeping refugees from escaping war torn countries.
There were less vacant storefronts in the City of Northampton in 2016 than the year before.
A small but prepared Amherst Fire Department is ready to take care of any emergencies in town on Super Bowl Sunday.
Despite criticism from both the Governor and taxpayers, the House and Senate secured enough votes Thursday to raise their own salaries.
A 25 year-old Sunderland resident is the second person charged in connection to the October 30 incident on South East Street.
This will affect the people who need the money the most: the millions of low-income people who claim the Earned Income or Child Tax Credit.
UMass Amherst researchers found what some of the most common negative impacts are of gambling before MGM Springfield opens its doors.
Students at the Bellamy Middle School dressed in their Patriots best Friday to send-off teacher Kimberly Roy.
The UMass Amherst dining director has started somewhat of a food fight with the University of Georgia because of the Super Bowl.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States.