President Donald Trump has put the “sanctuary city” issue in the spotlight after a recent executive order.
The Diocese of Springfield says that an engineer has found the steeple of the Holyoke church is at significant risk of collapsing.
Springfield Police arrested an alleged drug dealer who was recently released from prison after serving 15 years.
While victims of a fire on North East Street have received an outpouring of support, victims of another fire say they’ve received nothing.
Adrianna Jazmin Hernandez-Gomez was one of four people whose young lives were cut short in a crash in Springfield last week.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst student left campus on the afternoon of Feb. 9, 2004.
Baker said in a statement, “Now is not the time to expend additional funds on elected officials’ salaries.”
About 5,000 people from low-income areas will pay nothing to get their taxes prepared this year.
The current minimum wage in Massachusetts is $11/hour, but cities and towns are not required to pay their municipal workers this amount.
There could soon be a crackdown on some Chicopee property owners who repeatedly fail to clear the snow from their sidewalks.
Police in Wilbraham interviewd bank employees and reviewed bank surveillance footage as part of their investigation.
A small child was taken to the hospital as a precaution, after Northampton police say a driver did not stop at a crosswalk.
State environmental police said Hunter Richardson’s rifle discharged as he tested the thickness of ice
Pleasant Street in Northampton will undergo improvements as part of the Complete Streets Program.
The protest was held in solidarity with the annual March for Life, being held Friday in Washington, D.C.
Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?
The Longmeadow Democrat says that a high-speed rail link between Springfield and Boston would bring much-needed jobs to our region.
A rejected Amherst school project is getting one more chance. 22News looked at this final opportunity to merge two elementary schools.
More than 20 state lawmakers were in Chicopee on Friday morning, to hear from staff volunteers and clients of human service agencies.
While they aren’t too worried right now, the folks at the Davenport Maple Farm are hoping it won’t be as dry as sugaring season approaches.