West Springfield police say the bags of heroin were stamped ‘Red Bottom’ and ‘Made in Mexico.’
An arrest warrant that went out for former Springfield Police Detective Steven Vigneault on Monday, was recalled by Tuesday afternoon.
As the law currently stands and was approved by voters, there must be a community-wide referendum to ban Marijuana retail stores.
A non-profit that has already launched support groups, has created a one-on-one mentorship program for those battling cancer.
Perhaps you’ve seen the billboard as you drive over the South End Bridge Agawam. “Would you give your child heroin for a sports injury?”
For more than 65 years, nobody knew just what had happened to Army Corporal Jules Hauterman, Jr.
22News explains why social workers are urging Massachusetts lawmakers to help the state’s most vulnerable residents.
Easthampton DopaFit boxing classes are tailored to help individuals with Parkinson’s disease fight their symptoms.
“Eddie’s Wheels for Pets” designs and manufactures custom-made wheelchairs for handicapped pets.
Over 500 Massachusetts business owners are calling on Governor Baker to withdraw support for building natural gas pipelines in the state.
Greenfield police are looking to the public for help in reuniting pet duck with its owners.
The Massachusetts Securities Division is reminding you to never make payments over the phone to a company or person you don’t recognize.
The UMass Athletic Director choose Winthrop head coach Pat Kelsey as the new basketball head coach for the Minutemen.
A deep freeze has decimated peach, blueberry, and apple crops in the South, but what about here in western Massachusetts?
The Town of Agawam is doing their part to make taking out your garbage and recyclables easier.
Financial literacy is not always a subject taught in schools, but it is important for young people to learn how to manage money.
F-15 pilots will be taking off and landing after dark over the next couple days, as part of their required training.
A $3.7 million intersection improvement project in Southwick has been pushed back again, and will now start next week.
Some of the other services the Thrive Center offers include personal-budgeting help and workforce-development training.
DCR will increase fees for out-of-state residents and initiate fee hikes on state residents that were approved over two years ago.