MassDEP said elevated levels of PCB’s were found on the grounds of the former Belchertown State School.
Springfield Police were looking for a Toyota Sedan that sped away from an accident on Wednesday, in which an older woman was hurt.
Police are investigating a house break-in that happened Wednesday morning on Montague Road in Shutesbury.
The suspect, a Holyoke resident, also had more than $2,200 in cash on him, West Springfield police say.
The moose was immobilized and relocated to an undisclosed rural location after caught roaming near the Mass Pike.
The state awarded $16-million to cities and towns to fix small bridges, and a good portion of that money will come to western Massachusetts.
After more than 20 years in Northampton, the Main Street candy shop will be closing.
Springfield police are searching for suspects following a deadly shooting late Tuesday night on Johnson Street.
Residents held flags and lined up along South Street and Northampton Street to honor a soldier who died decades ago.
Construction workers hoisted the final curved steel beam atop what will be the hotel rotunda along Main Street.
Springfield fire investigators are trying to figure out what caused the fire Wednesday afternoon.
A section of Route 9 was shut down and one person was taken to the hospital following the crash Wednesday afternoon.
Deerfield police said it appeared the driver did not rest on his trip from Seattle, and only used drugs.
A section of Hatfield Street in Northampton was temporarily closed on Wednesday after a car crashed into a pole, snapping it in half.
Lawmakers are working to give funding to cities and towns for vital road repairs that help keep you safe while driving.
Fixing Wildwood & Fort River elementary schools will cost at least $72 million, compared to proposed $34 million plan to combine them.
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A group of students and alumni are calling for additional funding, so that tuition may actually go down in the coming years.