Governor Charlie Baker is getting in on the ongoing debate over hand-held cell phone use while driving.
There are more and more potholes showing up across western Massachusetts and the city of Westfield is using a special new truck to fix them.
The suspect was arrested Friday at an apartment where he was allegedly hiding out with his girlfriend and several small children.
A total of 67 bags of suspected heroin were seized following a traffic stop on Main Street Thursday.
Springfield Police said the man drove to Saint James Circle near Exit 4 after he was shot.
More than 100 UMass students and some professors participated in Friday’s event, which coincides with a national “general strike.”
The police say it’s a common problem and you may have experienced it. 22News talked to the Springfield Police about road rage.
Recent snowfall is providing some relief from the drought we have been experiencing for the better part of a year now.
Signs line Milton Street banning parking between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the week, and warning of a fine for idling.
The program was piloted in the Springfield area over the last year, and will soon be available to the rest of the state.
Chapter 90 funding is the only money many communities receive from the state for roads and bridges.
In just the past two weeks, three men from Berkshire County all won $1 million prizes from the Massachusetts State Lottery.
February has been looking and feeling like winter, but January was a different story.
Senators laid out bills to change the state’s criminal justice system, which they believe targets low-income residents and people of color.
One person was killed in a head-on collision on Friday. People who live near Route 9 in Belchertown said it’s a dangerous stretch of road.
Changes to the laws regarding record acquisition have been active since Jan. 1 of this year but it has largely gone unnoticed.
Redistricting Westfield schools was the topic of discussion in order to close a budget gap of $2.9 million.
Robert Jackson of Springfield was arrested following an investigation by Springfield narcotics detectives.
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