A Massachusetts State Police cruiser was involved in an accident, early Thursday evening, on Interstate 391 near Exit 3.
The state settled a lawsuit in April of 2015 over male guards videotaping strip searches of female inmates.
Pentagon leaders said they need to close more military bases. The 22News I-Team investigates the potential impacts at Westover and Barnes.
The City of Holyoke is part of an election experiment to help make voting faster, and eliminate voter fraud.
Springfield city leaders are working to create and improve public safety plans for the city’s South End for when the MGM casino opens.
The car that the men were riding in crashed through a fence at the end of Sheridan St., then slammed into a jersey barrier and caught fire.
Police said the suspects stole rims and tires at a local car dealership.
The Northampton City Council is the first municipality to support the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.
People from across western Massachusetts came together in support of the “March of Dimes” Thursday night.
Head Start works with low income families to give young children a quality early education.
Belchertown Police are helping town residents fight crime with a free smartphone app.
Toll demolition project and road reconstruction on I-90 is ahead of schedule or on schedule at 23 work zones.
Twenty-year-old Eric Sinacori was found dead in his apartment in October 2013. He had been an informant for campus police.
Florence is a proud voter and proud of her voting record in Southwick having voted in every election since she came to town in 1958.
After inspections, some teachers were upset the fire department forced them to take down classroom wall posters, and decorations.
Ludlow police say that the man did not stop for police, but instead abandoned his car and ran away.
The Lancelot Lake Dam is considered a “high hazard level dam” and needs to be fixed. Meanwhile, the Tekoa Dam is no longer necessary.
Calling hours will be held for Summer on Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at Smith-Kelleher Funeral Home in Shelburne Falls.
Recent snow and rain may have helped reduce the area under “extreme drought” here in western Massachusetts.
Regardless of how you heat your home, it will be a smaller part of your budget this winter.