22News found out the best way you can stay hydrated during the high temperatures.
These recent hot temperatures have hardware stores and other businesses stocking up on air conditioners and fans.
Despite temperatures in excess of 90 degrees, plenty of people were walking, running, and biking around on Tuesday.
Springfield’s annual 4th of July Celebration will bring thousands of people downtown to see the fireworks launched from the Memorial Bridge.
The purpose of the three-month effort at Easthampton High School was to educate, and provide more exposure to women in these careers.
The administration of the hospital plans to keep the facility open, using nurses from a staffing agency.
In less than two weeks, the renovated station will replace the Springfield Bus Terminal as the hub for the PVTA.
A technician is expected to deploy ground-penetrating radar on some private property in an effort to see whether a car is buried there.
The man allegedly used a fake $100 bill at an ice cream shop.
The city has set up cooling centers in six libraries and one community center for those without air conditioning.
Peter Sheremeta of Belchertown was indicted exactly seven months after the crash in Amherst, which killed 55 year-old William Wanczyk.
The suspect, who was wanted on multiple warrants out of district and superior court, was arrested Tuesday morning.
The Massachusetts Division of Standards examined 1,525 gas pumps across the state last month.
Boaters and swimmers be aware! A popular spot for water recreation will be off limits for a couple days this week.
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The eternal flame at the monument on the Town Common is no longer burning, and the mechanism will be re-designed.
The viral internet challenge started in Massachusetts and helped raise money and awareness for ALS.
The city’s financial reporting team is led by City Comptroller Patrick Burns and Chief Administrative and Financial Officer Timothy Plante.
The temperature hit 90 degrees at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee early Tuesday afternoon, marking three consecutive days of 90+ heat.
Westfield parents were provided with a glimpse into the online worlds their children may experience and the potential dangers.