A special legislative committee is looking at ways to prevent young people from abusing alcohol and drugs.
More than $5,800 in cash and more than three pounds of marijuana was taken by Springfield police following a drug surveillance operation Wed…
The 22News I-Team researches the laws behind the transporting of hazardous materials by train in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts lawmakers are working on legislation that would require anyone under the age of 13 to ride in the back seat.
One neighbor has even installed concrete barriers around his home, thanks to the dangerous traffic situation.
State Medicaid officials would potentially limit members’ flexibility to switch insurance carriers whenever they want.
After a long and expensive winter, the Mass. Department of Public Utilities wants you to have more options when it comes to electric rates.
Families living in Springfield are adamantly against having a substance abuse recovery center as a neighbor.
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The PVTA recorded 12-million riders in western Massachusetts over the last fiscal year.
A 61 year-old woman was found unconscious inside her apartment during a fire back in April.