The State’s Little River Rd construction project continues.
Cool weather in May is to blame for the delay in the arrival of a summertime favorite.
A 23-year-old Holyoke man who was critically injured in a one car crash late Friday night has died, and two others are under arrest.
Being on summer vacation can cause youngsters to lose some of their reading skills, but a program in Springfield aims to prevent that.
The candlemaker and retailer is looking for seasonal help, through at least the end of the year.
City residents will have to refrain from washing their cars, hosing down their driveways, and watering their lawns during daytime hours.
Holland police say a car crashed into a telephone pole in the area of 49 Stafford Road.
The ruling comes after the ACLU filed a lawsuit, arguing the law excludes thousands of voters from casting their ballots.
Frasco was chosen out of hundreds of detailers nationwide to be a part of the Air Force One Detailing Team at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.
One resident is allegedly out $5,000 after falling victim to a phone scheme.
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Both lanes heading eastbound in Blandford were temporarily blocked by the tractor trailer.
The state’s highest court says that state and local authorities cannot detain immigrants solely at the request of federal officials.
Holyoke police say the owner of the business was cut several times during the alleged armed robbery.
A West Springfield resident reported seeing 15 to 20 coyotes roaming Paucatuck Squassick Roads at night time over the weekend.
Guns Inc. has begun construction on an indoor shooting range at 1050 Main Street. It will be called “Hot Brass.”
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy announced Monday the daily number of round trips offered between Springfield and New Haven will double.
The career fair was held at FutureWorks career center in Springfield
Cotto was charged with driving on a suspended license, operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle and negligence.
In a news release sent to 22News from the city’s mayors office, the new lot will be available for both permit and metered parking.