Massachusetts voters have approved an animal rights measure, designed to create more humane conditions for farm animals.
Chicopee Police are searching for an armed suspect who robbed a convenience store Tuesday night on Chicopee Street.
The Springfield Fire Department was called to Clinton Street, late Tuesday afternoon, to recover a body from the Connecticut River.
Absentee and early votes had to be folded in an envelope, and weren’t going into their machines Tuesday night.
Several dozen official ballots had to be hand counted Tuesday night, according to the Northampton City Clerk.
State Senator Eric Lesser says he has won a second term in the Legislature, beating back a challenge from James “Chip” Harrington.
Democrat Nick Cocchi is declaring victory in a race to succeed his longtime boss Michael Ashe as the next sheriff of Hampden County.
After making it through a three-way Democratic primary, Patrick Cahillane has won the general election for Hampshire County sheriff.
A Springfield Democrat, Neal was first elected to Congress in 1988.
The Senate President holds a strong lead over Republican challenger Donald Peltier.
Republican Senator Don Humason is celebrating a victory in his re-election bid in the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire Senate district.
Vandals destroyed the Holyoke Public Library’s benches over the weekend, and the library director believes it was intentional.
Police said a green truck was seen speeding downtown with no headlights on just before the crash.
West Springfield Police arrested a man on Main Street, Monday, who was wanted for a gun charge.
The victim described before sentencing Monday the terror she felt when she believed she was going to die at the hands Nathan Tatro.
State Representative Jose Tosado is cruising to a second term, easily defeating independent candidate Robert Underwood.
Nick Boldyga unseated former State Representative Rosemary Sandlin six years ago, and her comeback attempt appears to have come up short.
Hinds will succeed fellow Pittsfield Democrat Benjamin Downing, who is retiring from the Legislature.
Democrat Tricia Farley-Bouvier will continue to represent Pittsfield in the state House of Representatives.
Springfield voters have approved a plan that will result in a real estate tax surcharge to pay for community projects.