Pittsfield police say that a gun was thrown from the car after the driver sped away from the traffic stop.
One city councilor is working to write an ordinance that would allow outdoor fireplaces to be in yards without the potential for a fine.
The purpose of the meeting was to let members know that they were in need of early bird signups.
Last minute tax filers were at the Post Office on Tuesday to mail their tax returns before the midnight deadline.
Heavy flames were coming from the building’s third-story porch, and smoke could be seen from blocks away.
When MGM Springfield opens, it could be competing with even more casinos in Connecticut; possibly one of its own.
Potholes and winter sand can cause motorcycles to lose traction, but there are steps you can take to prevent accidents.
Some Massachusetts lawmakers want to increase funding for programs to keep young people off the streets and out of trouble.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse presided over a flag raising ceremony at Holyoke City Hall to call attention to the problem of child abuse.
This project was the result of a complaint made by a Southampton resident who crashed while riding his bike over the tracks.
The City of Chicopee has received grants to help build sidewalks on Gilmore Street.
Taxes are due today, and if you skip out on your payment, you could face some serious consequences.
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The section of Brickyard Road will close at 8:00 a.m. and is expected to be open for the evening commute.
Under the current state law, Connecticut can only negotiate with the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes.
Multiple crews from Franklin and Hampshire County were called in to help put out the fire.
Police arrested an armed robbery suspect from Connecticut on Monday after a police chase and crash of a suspected stolen vehicle.
Amherst and State Police are investigating the cause of a single motorcycle accident that happened Monday afternoon.
The bill would create requirements for school districts that decide to offer sex education. Some parents believe the state is overstepping.
Local drivers told 22News they had hoped cities and towns would be faster at filling potholes, like the ones in West Springfield.