Western New England University is hosting their 2nd Annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk for Suicide Prevention.
The Task Force is made up of over 60 organizations who work together to reduce violence and develop prevention strategies.
Baystate Medical Center has notified more than 500 kidney dialysis patients that they may be at risk for infection.
A man from Massachusetts faces life in prison after being arrested on Saturday for allegedly trying to have sex with a 14-year-old boy.
Springfield Police arrested two suspects Monday night after an assault and robbery of an elderly woman on Boston Road.
Westfield Police need the public’s help in identifying a larceny suspect.
The East Longmeadow Select Board cancelled another meeting Monday night, but not before swearing in a new police chief.
Thirty-three Massachusetts water systems have had testing samples exceeding the federal limit over the last three years.
An environmental group claims there are nearly 100 natural gas leaks in in Northampton.
The Pittsfield Police Department is collecting used cell phones to help victims in abusive relationships.
Hundreds of people packed the MassMutual Center Monday night to commemorate the Urban League of Springfield on this milestone.
Inadequate procedures revealed by an inspection have caused Baystate Health to notify hundreds of dialysis patients about a disease risk.
Seth Lombard-Hawthorne admittedly gave 16-year-old Lillian Anderson about 10 bags of heroin. The teen was later found dead.
The 45-year-old Chicopee man, who’s federally charged with producing child pornography, was in court Monday for his detention hearing.
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Wilbraham police say that the suspect, a Hampden resident, had driven away following an accident in the center of town last week.
West Springfield police say that the suspect stole a credit card from the car, which he then used.
Firefighters in Springfield were able to quickly put out a fire at an apartment in the city’s Sixteen Acres neighborhood.
FEMA has awarded the city of Springfield an additional $13.6 million in federal disaster relief funding.